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New columnist George Robb, an exchange student from across the pond, says the blatant sexism of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” is actually genius marketing.
Senior Kerry Boland gives her take on how it has been to be queer in the Richmond Bubble.
New guest columnist Lindsay Schneider shares her opinion on the newest update to the iPhone operating system, and she’s not impressed.
Opinions Editor Ben Panko reflects on the legacy of Matthew Shepard’s murder for being gay, and how it affected hate crimes legislation in America.
The Spider Way: In Print highlights the career paths of UR alumni. For more career tips, visit spiderway.wordpress.com or call Career Services at 804-289-8547.
This year’s first speaker was Peter Guralnick, who discussed the life of an influential music producer and his role in society.
The national conference, held at Richmond, helped students and instructors understand the importance of technology in foreign language education.
Delta Gamma and Theta Chi have partnered to host the event, which anyone can participate in for a fee that will be donated to philanthropic organizations.