The Collegian
Tuesday, February 07, 2023

Opinion


Opinion

GOP Fallout

By Jarrett Dieterle Collegian Columnist Immediately after last Tuesday's election many speculators were busy eulogizing the Republican Party.


Opinion

Letter: Shun JuicyCampus.com

We are writing to address JuicyCampus.com and its consequence to our campus community. First, we wish to express our collective disapproval and disappointment with Juicy Campus.


Opinion

Richmond students are not classy

It's true that the recent frat e-mail was disgustingly prejudiced. But more to the point, the images that were so bluntly described are not that far from the true social life of a typical Richmond student. Here's the REAL problem: The university cannot figure out how to clean up after its students.


Opinion

The juice is loose

A few days ago I discovered a juicy new addition to this campus, and judging by the most popular searches this week (Richmond currently holds the top two spots), it seems that a sizable chunk of the rest of our campus knows exactly what I'm talking about. You might remember the article that ran in The Collegian last year about a fast-growing Web site sweeping the nation's universities -- JuicyCampus.com.


Opinion

Music for social change

By Amanda Cannada Westhampton College '10 Last Monday night, I had the pleasure of going to what ended up being a two-and-a-half-hour information session on careers in the music business.


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Rebuilding our campus

By Jill Eisenberg Westhampton College '09 Our university's administration has acted swiftly and proactively to condemn the horrifying sexism and racism in the Kappa Sig e-mail, but administrators can lecture us until they are blue in the face.


Opinion

Free speech on campus

By Jarrett Dieterle Richmond College '10 In the wake of the derogatory e-mail by a U of R fraternity member, a thorough discourse has arisen within the hallways, classrooms and organized forums here on campus.


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WGSS should lose the "W"

By Nathan Bullock Richmond College '10 The recent uproar and controversy over the inappropriate e-mails degrading women on campus has led to a variety of responses and suggested solutions, most of which miss the point no matter how well intended.


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Get over yourself

By Brennan Lincoln Richmond College '09 First, I would like to address the question of the e-mail "incident" which has struck this university with such fury.


Opinion

Swiping your cash

By Matt Bodnar Richmond College '09 Do you ever end a week without using all your meal swipes?


Opinion

Stand up, don't stand by

Changing peer culture on sexual respect at the University of Richmond, or on any college campus, is not easy, but it absolutely needs to be done.


Opinion

One World, One Hope

By Katie Bell American Cancer Society My name is Katie -- I am a staff person at the American Cancer Society and a University of Richmond alumna.