Longtime columnist Gyra Chan gives her final reflections on four years at Richmond: “But when push comes to shove, I’m pretty excited to get the heck out of here.”
Opinion Assitant Editor Gyra Chan broke away from the norm last weekend and watched ‘The Woman in Black’ instead of watching the Super Bowl with guys who get too into the game.
As a second-semester senior, I’m moderately to majorly freaking out about my life post-graduation.
Gyra Chan offers advice on how to get a boyfriend on the basis of what she has done wrong in her search for one.
The holidays are around the corner, work has started to pile up just enough to ensure that you have a perpetual knot in your stomach and every single thing is starting to get on your nerves.
Let’s talk about casual creeping for a second. We all do it — don’t even try to deny it. Don’t try to tell me that you have never altered your route to class.
This Halloween weekend instead of drinking, Opinions Assistant Gyra Chan said she was the one of the almighty, sober keepers of drunken party stories.
Gyra Chan said she was excited to buy clothes that she wouldn’t have worry about messing up at the lodges. That plan hasn’t exactly worked out as she expected.
A Saturday evening that started out by falling asleep at 8:30 ended up being a memorable night full of shenanigans for Opinion Assistant Editor Gyra Chan.
Opinions Assistant Gyra Chan says the three-per-brother rule to get into lodges just isn’t going to fly with her, and that it ruins the lodge experience.