After 34 years teaching at UR, Professor Mike Spear is retiring. He is without a doubt The Collegian’s biggest supporter and critic. We will miss him.
Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem will force Israel to spend the next decade dissociating itself from an illegitimate president.
Thanksgiving, as cliché as it may be, is truly a time to be thankful and grateful for not just our family, but everyone else who is a part of our lives.
In the election for governor, Virginia’s voters should elect Democrat Ralph Northam, a doctor with a cure to today's intolerance and corruption.
Hygge (pronounced HU-gah) is a Danish word with no English translation, but it transcends from Denmark to Richmond for a Spider studying abroad.
If we hope to overcome the grim threat to our environment, attitudes toward energy consumption must change dramatically and immediately.
Gillespie is a practical, reform conservative who will make a fine governor of Virginia.
New York Fashion Week is an exciting time for art lovers and fashion followers, but we need to reinvent our perception of what fashion is about.
Forcing students to submit SAT or ACT scores when applying to the university makes it difficult for the school to see students' true potential.
"The Great American Eclipse" and Hurricane Harvey revealed that Americans can come together for moments that matter.
When I was a child I was ambushed with videos of the towers crumbling apart on 9/11; the towers in which my loved ones worked.
The Virginia gubernatorial election of 2017 could determine the future of college affordability.
A letter from the Senior Class Legacy Campaign to the class of 2017.
Everywhere you look, walls are going up, but building a massive wall is not the solution.
When the U.S. president says Mexicans are rapists and all Muslims should be vetted for terrorist links, is that not adding fuel to a raging fire?