The opinion editor tackles the apprehension many people are feeling after another horrific tragedy in America.
Richmond’s women’s lacrosse team is now 2-3 in the Atlantic 10 and has a record of 5-10 overall after its win over St. Bonaventure University this past Sunday.
The opinions editor talks about two coming events in which University of Richmond music students will help raise money for charity.
Opinions Editor Ben Panko criticizes the inequality of priority registration, namely why he has to get up at 7 a.m.
Men’s tennis beat George mason on April 3 with a string of singles victories that outweighed the losses Richmond suffered in its doubles play.
Opinion Editor Ben Panko talks about the importance of independent student newspapers in developing the next generations of journalists.
Opinion Assistant Ben Panko explains why gender and sex inequality is still alive and well at Richmond 50 years after the publication “The Feminine Mystique.”
Richmond women’s lacrosse team won its first game of the season 20-8 over American. Caitlin Fifield and Sam Stevenson each had five goals for the Spiders.
The UR bookstore was robbed of textbooks on February 2 in part of a series of robberies carried out to support drug addictions, reflecting a growing national trend.
Katherine Cook, a sophomore diver, was named Atlantic 10 Conference performer of the week, and Kelley Yang, a freshman swimmer, was named rookie of the week for the week of Jan. 28 to Feb. 3. This was Yang’s second week in a row as rookie of the week.