Sunday’s snowstorm provided a useful distraction for Katie Toussaint, who used it as an opportunity to appreciate the little things in life in the face of a daunting work load.
Katie Toussaint responds a lecture on the myth of purity, and its relevance to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation’s withdrawal of funding to Planned Parenthood.
Even as a senior, Opinion Editor Katie Toussaint keeps discovering new places on campus, including the Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art in the Modlin Center.
I had not considered that the church might translate free contraception into the freedom to sin.
Jenna Mourey, aka Jenna Marbles, has made a number of successful, funny YouTube videos that are good for more than killing time.
LGBTQ held a bus tour of Richmond Saturday, the first time it held something like that. One organizer said it was an opportunity to make them more visible.
For all the times I have returned to Charleston, with church spires rising at every angle of the eye, I have never encountered a wall that I was invited to scrawl with graffiti.
Mold has formed in some bathrooms and dormitories around campus this year, causing concern among some students. Cases are referred to facilities before being cleaned.
A small group of University of Richmond students gathered in the kitchen of their rabbi’s home Friday night for UR Hillel’s, the Jewish student organization on campus, retreat.
President Obama’s plan to make college more affordable with federal grants and tax breaks has its limitations, says Opinion Editor Katie Toussaint.