The Collegian
Tuesday, October 26, 2021

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Current active cases

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Total cumulative cases

97.3%

Reporting students vaccinated

94.1%

Reporting faculty/staff vaccinated


Opinion


Opinion

A light-hearted take on finals week

You wake up early and ascend from beneath the sheets full of optimism and academic fervor. You try to recall an appropriate Latin proverb as the morning sun's rays bathe your body in a golden radiance.


Opinion

UR Hungry: Proper Pie Co.

It was Friday and we were hungry. My friend and I looked at each other and without hesitation said, "Pieday Friday!" and headed over to Proper Pie Co. We wanted to eat a pie for lunch and also buy some for dinner later that night.


Opinion

Hardywood Brewery hosts food trucks and live music

Some come for the beer, others come for the food, and others come to mingle. No matter the reason people choose to come, no one leaves Hardywood Park Craft Brewery's food truck night disappointed. Every Thursday during the warmer months of the year, Hardywood hosts a plethora of food trucks--normally about 10--at their brewery to serve food in the parking lot beginning at 5:30 p.m. Apart from the usual food options like burgers, pizza, and fried foods, there are also trucks that sell Asian infused tacos, ice cream, popsicles, and crepes.


Opinion

UR Hungry: The Blue Goat

The Blue Goat is a restaurant right near campus on Grove Avenue. I have always heard great things about it but hadn't had the chance to try it until now, and I'm glad I did.


Opinion

Realize human trafficking here, now

To the editor-in-chief of The Collegian: Realize Human Trafficking Here, Now The United Nations deems human trafficking a transnational crime, and political leaders have placed this issue with terrorism and drug trafficking as one of the "three evils". So why is it that many still do not treat the issue with the same gravity?


Opinion

Make the moon shine brighter

From a dusty field in Mafraq, Jordan, 7 miles from the Syrian border, I watched smoke trail through the sky from the bombs falling on a city in the distance.


Opinion

The downside and difficulty of university leadership

Lately, three things have had the University of Richmond campus community buzzing. The first and most controversial is the article, published a couple of weeks ago in International Business Times, concerning the incendiary remarks by trustee Paul Queally, which we are all familiar with.