Why? That was the first question that came to my mind when I saw the front page article about Zach Jesse.
You will find two window decals on my Nissan Versa. One is a University of Richmond shield. The other is Berklee College of Music's logo.
Last week's front-page story of The Collegian raised some troubling questions, to say the least. It was a shock to me to find out that this university's law school had not only admitted a registered sex offender who had plead guilty to aggravated sexual battery, but had given him its most prestigious scholarship. My colleagues Katie Conklin and Richard Arnett, who spent weeks reporting this story, and my editors expected to receive a lot of feedback.
Last week, The Collegian published an opinions piece that presented two ways of viewing sex. 1) As a selfless act of giving that is completely altruistic and self-sacrificial.
What are you doing this weekend? If your response is anything other than "going on an extended trip outside the Commonwealth," and especially if your plan is "umm... lodges?" then I have an excellent answer to that question.
"When you're ready, come and get it." "The way you grab me...must want to get nasty." "We're up all night to get lucky." "So I cross my heart and I hope to die, that I'll only stay with you one more night." "And then you bite your lip, whisper and say, we're going all the way." "Let's go all the way tonight.
The following is an interview with Vanessa Loftus Lindlaw, '03, vice president of Edelman Public Relations. What did you study at University of Richmond, and what were your post-graduation plans? Growing up, I had a lot of great career models in my family, but I didn't know what I wanted to do with my life.
This is a story of injustice, death and the ecological consequences of each. In honor of a majestic creature that was killed in my own backyard, I would like to warn you of our attitude toward the state of our planet. I live in UFA.
Ken Cuccinelli has a long history of standing up for the innocent--from his work with preventing sexual assault to protecting the preborn--and that is why the Spiders for Life are endorsing Ken Cuccinelli for governor. In 2011, the Virginia General Assembly passed legislation to apply the same health and safety codes that apply to hospitals to abortion clinics.
The gubernatorial election in Virginia has been a notably nasty race, especially with regard to the personal views of the candidates on access to abortion and contraception.
We, the students, are at a crossroads. We, as a collective body, have seen many changes in the past 12 months at University of Richmond.
Last Friday afternoon, I was hacking away at Chinese privet in a national park with a lopper, a cutting tool.