Projects for Peace is a program that grants $10,000 to schools and universities for projects promoting peace and resolving conflicts around the world.
Opinions Editor Ben Panko responds to some of the feedback The Collegian has received regarding its Nov. 7 news article about the UR School of Law.
A Richmond political science professor offers insight as to what cost Cuccinelli Tuesday’s race for Virginia governor.
Ready to vote Nov. 5? Opinions Editor Ben Panko summarizes the state of the gubernatorial and other elections in Virginia.
Want to spice up your semester a little? Opinions Editor Ben Panko urges you to take classes outside of your major, and to pursue your suppressed passions.
Does the thought of a tweet give you chest pain? Do you think Tumblr is a drink-mixing website? Opinions Editor Ben Panko is here to comfort you.
Need some plans for this weekend. Opinions Editor Ben Panko has a review of the university’s production of “reasons to be pretty,” running Oct. 3-6.
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.
Opinions Editor Ben Panko reacts to the recent spate of MDMA-related deaths, and gives his take on America’s drug laws.
Paul G. Nahon III, an accomplished tennis player at University of Richmond, died in Colorado on August 15. Nahon transferred from Richmond to Colorado College this year.