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The September 16, 2010, PDF edition of The Collegian.
I think it’s safe to say that you can’t classify a person in just a few words. But I also think it’s safe to say that there are definitely “types” of people.
The planning for E. Claiborne Robins Stadium has been almost a decade in the making, and the stadium will finally host Richmond football’s on-campus premiere Saturday.
The scene at Tyler’s Grill was a far cry from last year, when at peak meal times, the dining room would be packed and someone could be stuck for 45 minutes in the lines.
What made this Thursday night different were the two “Tickler” articles in The Collegian last week keeping me awake.
They say 60 percent of married couples meet in college. But don’t fret; if you don’t meet someone in college, 50 percent of them are getting a divorce anyway. Oh well.
Women’s golf tees off its 2010 season this Sunday at the Cougar Classic in Charleston, South Carolina.
A group of Richmond students works to bring hope, smiles and magic back to dozens of children by fundraising to send the children of parents who have or have had cancer to a week-long sleepaway camp, for free.
You’d think that working out is working out, plain and simple, and you’d think that all workouts are created equal. Wrong.
For first-year and transfer students, Sept. 10 marked the first run-in with Trayless Fridays at the Heilman Dining Center.