The Collegian
Sunday, May 28, 2023



Back to basics: Fitness 103

Who said New Year's was the only time for change? The back-to-school season is also a time for new beginnings and is a chance to re-engage academically, or to engage at all for that matter! With countless tips you've acquired from past experiences, little do you know, but you are already equipped and on your way to a personal strategic plan that does more than promise.

Pamela Duran,

Malone sisters, WC '10 and '12, killed in crash

One University of Richmond student and one recent alumna were killed in a car accident Thursday morning in Roosevelt, N.Y. The students, Paige Malone, 19, a rising junior, and Jamie Malone, 22, who graduated in May, were two of three people killed in the single vehicle accident on the Meadowbrook Parkway.


Duncan to give speech at 2010 Commencement

Arne Duncan, the U.S. Secretary of Education, will give the keynote address at this year's Commencement, the university announced earlier this month. A Harvard University graduate whose career spans from playing professional basketball in Australia to running Chicago's public schools, Duncan has been in the education field since 1992, when he ran the Ariel Education Initiative, a program dedicated to improving educational opportunities for students in Chicago's South Side. Many factors go into selecting a commencement speaker. "We want someone who is recognizable, informative and uplifting," said Steven Allred, university provost and chair of the speaker selection committee. "The speaker is someone who should not only be appropriate, but also challenging," Allred said.


Anderson named A-10 Player of the Year

The smallest starter for the University of Richmond was voted as the Atlantic 10 Conference's best player. Junior Kevin Anderson, a 6-foot point guard, was named Atlantic 10 Player of the Year on Sunday, becoming the first Spider ever to earn the award. "It feels unbelievable," Anderson said.