The Collegian
Tuesday, July 07, 2020

Brennen Lutz


Legalization of marijuana debated by detective and professors

Students who wanted to learn more about the controversy surrounding the legalization of marijuana attended a debate hosted by the Young Americans for Liberty April 1 in the Alice Haynes Room. There were three debaters at the event, Detective Tim Meacham of the University of Richmond Police Department -- although he was not representing the viewpoint of the URPD -- along with Thad Williamson and Jessica Flanigan, who are both professors in the Jepson School of Leadership. Flanigan said all drugs should be legal, and people should be able to buy heroin at Walgreens, if they are so inclined.

East Asian-style art exhibit opens in Modlin

Stephen Addiss, a recently retired professor who taught art history for 20 years at University of Richmond, recently opened an exhibition called "No Eye Flowers: Paintings, Calligraphy, and Ceramics" in the Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art in the Modlin Center for the Arts. Richard Waller, executive director of University Museums, curated the exhibition, which contains ink paintings, ceramic art and one sculpture. The pieces cover a large time frame, from 1970 to about three or four weeks ago, Waller said.

Students make abroad plans

Recently, a number of University of Richmond students found out where they would be studying abroad in the fall. Sophomore Garrett Fundakowski said he would be attending a Council on International Educational Exchange program in Bonaire.

UR students represent Serengetee

Three University of Richmond students work through social media to represent a clothing company called Serengetee, which is best known for its pocket T-shirts, said Emmy Morse, a "campus rep" for the brand. Serengetee has about 1,500 students representing it on campuses around the country, said Seth Klebe, the marketing manager of the company.

Snarky Puppy comes to Richmond

One week after winning their first Grammy Award in the Best R & B Performance category, Snarky Puppy appeared on stage in the University of Richmond's Alice Jepson Theatre on Feb.

Security administrator explains new password requirements

It only took about five minutes to crack 70 percent of University of Richmond students' passwords in a test last year, which did not associate the passwords with students' NetIDs, security administrator Anthony Head said. Many students are just now realizing that they need to update their passwords to conform to new security restrictions for their NetID accounts to access their gmail and other campus network services. The process of changing password lengths began last year, Head said, with the faculty and staff resetting their passwords near the end of the year.

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