The Collegian
Friday, August 07, 2020

Brittany Brady


Campus police holds car safety check

A steady stream of cars flowed through C-Lot Tuesday for the University of Richmond Police Department's Vehicle Safety Day. Officers began their checklist by asking students to start their engines and turn on their headlights, turn signals and hazard, brake and reverse lights.

Seniors begin to raise money for class gift

The class of 2012 senior class gift committee is focused more on participation than a dollar amount, co-chairman Dwayne Foster said. "Alumni satisfaction is one of the factors that goes into our ranking," Bryarly Richards, co-chairwoman of the committee said, "and they factor that by how much alumni give back.

Senior social BUSted

A memorable 2012 Richmond senior Halloween social ended with an accident between one of the social's buses and a stationary car. A bus full of Richmond seniors in costumes ranging from pop stars to Power Rangers hit a car stopped at a red light as it turned the corner, said Jackie Stockinger, president of the Westhampton College senior class.

Sig Ep purchases rush T-shirts from Salute the Brave

Sigma Phi Epsilon will donate to soldiers abroad by designing its rush T-shirts from Salute the Brave, a retailer dedicated to supporting the military and making donations to service members. Every year, the fraternity members design T-shirts that promote their organization for rush week.

Spiders club team CREWsing along the water

A club sports overhaul will allow the University of Richmond crew team to hire a part-time coach. Crew team president, Catesby Saunders, said that the women's club crew team had been on track to follow the men's club lacrosse team.

Complaints trigger off-campus activity regulation

Complaints from off-campus students' neighbors have caused campus police to team with Henrico and Richmond police to regulate off-campus student activity. Concerns from members of the community have increased in the past year, Richmond College Dean Joe Boehman said.

What to do to prepare for presidential speech

Here are a few things students should know about the President's visit and how they should prepare. 1.Tickets will be available for Richmond students, faculty, and staff at the Events-Conferences Office in the Physical Plant building on Thursday, Sept.

White Panda jams in the Greek Theatre

Hot, sticky weather did not keep University of Richmond students inside Friday night when White Panda came to campus. The Campus Activity Board-sponsored concert was held in the Greek theatre where the students filled the green steps with glow stick necklaces, some sitting on others shoulders for a better view. "It was fantastic," senior Chelsea O'Neil said.

Chancellor Heilman to speak about his visit to Pearl Harbor

When students walk into the Heilman Dining Center, they may not always notice the aged blue Marine uniform sitting in a glass case, or know the story behind the man whose name rests above the door. This Friday, the University of Richmond's Chancellor, Bruce Heilman, 85, will share that story, his story, with World War II veterans and young ROTC cadets in Honolulu, Hawaii for the "End of the War in the Pacific" commemoration ceremony aboard the Battleship Missouri. While sitting in Honolulu at sunrise, his hearing impaired slightly by the waterfalls surrounding him, Heilman described a different America.

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