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Saturday, October 01, 2022

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Costume shop attracts eclectic workers for creativity

After spending time at the University of Richmond's costume shop in the basement of the Modlin Center, Kate Jagger made her own dress for Ring Dance. "I had never sewed anything in my life before," said Jagger, a student visiting Richmond from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Jagger, a junior history major, is heavily involved with theater at her home in Cornwall, England.

Film studies major could begin fall 2010

Justin Mallaney, a business major with a finance concentration, has been interested in film since before he can remember. A sophomore at the University of Richmond, Mallaney has already taken three film classes offered by the English department and is now submitting his application for an independent study in film studies.

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon read excerpts from his books at on Monday night in Weinstein Hall's Brown-Alley Room.

Irish-born poet gets audience participating

Internationally acclaimed poet Paul Muldoon recited the mixed and matched, nonsensical sayings that comprised his poem "Symposium" before a crowded Brown-Alley Room in Weinstein Hall on Monday, March 30. "To have your cake is to pay Paul," Muldoon read.

World-renowned children's choir performs at Modlin

Vibrancy and musical talent echoed through the Camp Concert Hall on Monday, beginning with the very first note sung by members of the African Children's Choir. "Inspired by the singing of one small boy, we formed the first African Children's Choir to show the world that Africa's most vulnerable children have beauty, dignity and unlimited ability," wrote the choir's founder, Ray Barnett, on its Web Site. During the two-hour performance, the children bridged the cultural gap by singing and dancing to songs native to their culture. These 30 children, all between seven and 11 years old, performed with the professionalism of seasoned singers and with enormous passion and energy.

WCGA: Plans for October events commence

During this week's Westhampton College Student Government meeting, held in the Alice Haynes Room, a motion was passed unanimously to donate $489 to Trick-or-Treat Street on behalf of WCGA. Trick-or-Treat Street, a fall festival for children in the Richmond community, will take place Oct.

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