The Collegian
Friday, December 02, 2022

Laila Hart

UR Fashion Police show fashion do's and don'ts

Courtney Harvey, president of UR Fierce, and Ronwyn Pritchett, founder and president of Future American Men of Excellence, schooled audience members on fashion dos and don'ts at the UR Fashion Police show Friday. "It's an event where we wanted to show different things that we've seen on campus and also want to show what to wear and what not to wear in certain situations, " Harvey said.

Welcome Week 2012 aims to build campus pride

Leaders of student organizations, under faculty advisement, are planning "Welcome Week," a series of interactive programs to engage first-year students, unify the campus body and boost university pride. Anthony Crenshaw, assistant director for student organizations and leadership development, hopes Welcome Week 2012 will take place during the first week of the fall semester, he said.

Women's track and field striving for more

The Richmond women's track and field team placed third in the 2011 Atlantic 10 Outdoor Championships and strived for nothing less this year, said freshman sprinter Jasmine Smalls. The team had its first meet Dec.

Author and professor to show "riches of the biological world"

David Haskell, a biology professor at Sewanee: the University of the South, will speak to students Thursday about his book "The Forest Unseen" that focuses on his observations at Shakerag Hollow, an old-growth forest in Tennessee. Haskell, the final guest in the "Global Environment Speaker Series," will speak at 5 p.m.

Trial date set in football player's hit-and-run trial

The trial of University of Richmond football player Jimmy Speros is set for 9:30 a.m. on June 11, following his preliminary hearing in the John Marshall Courts Building on Monday. Speros arrived at the courthouse early Monday accompanied by his father, Jim.

Pi Phi to host charity basketball tournament Friday

Pi Beta Phi is hosting Ballin' for Books on Friday in the Weinstein Center to support its philanthropy, First Book, and to collect donations for Churchill Activities and Tutoring (CHAT), according to Meredith Schlussel, the sorority's vice president of philanthropy.

Academic challenge: Does Richmond make the cut?

Richmond lacks many core course requirements, according to the American Council of Trustees and Alumni's report on cost and quality issues at Virginia colleges. Michael Poliakoff, vice president of policy at ACTA; Lauri Kempson, vice president of operations; and Armand Alacbay, program officer, compiled the report titled, "The Diffusion of Light and Education." It took three months to put the report together after months of planning, Poliakoff said. The report opens with an analysis of general education requirements that should be offered by a university: composition, literature, language, government/history, economics, math and science.

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