Film Fridays: 'Prey'By Ben de Lemos | September 23, 2022
Like many of my classmates here at the University of Richmond, my senior year of high school was simply a competition — who would become valedictorian, salutatorian and whatever comes after that.
Charli XCX will undoubtedly trailblaze through the coming decade. As the world undergoes a digitalization overhaul, so has she.
The first step to finding an internship is taking into account your own interests. Having a job that you don’t enjoy, both part-time and full-time is absolutely dreadful.
The 1953 Japanese Kaidan film, "Ugetsu," is one of director Kenji Mizoguchi’s most chilling visions. Through it, he paints a tainted portrait of the past, colored by explorations of strife and destruction inherent to patriarchy.
Do yourself a favor and give emo a shot. Your phase might just become an eternal love.
What many describe as the “toxic culture” is much deeper and holds a much more sinister meaning than breaking up with partners. And I don’t say this to invalidate poorly timed breakups.
If you and your partner want to pursue different things, then you should. You’re supposed to, and that’s what college is for.
After a summer tour around Europe and the United Kingdom, Harry Styles is back in North America with another leg of “Love on Tour.”
Each Wednesday, I’ll answer your burning questions about campus life — from choosing a major to choosing a boyfriend — be sure to send your questions to your resident certified know-it-all.
On June 24, The Collegian asked University of Richmond community members to share how they felt about the overturn of Roe v. Wade. Here are some of the responses.