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Freshman RCSGA senator Harry Lambert talks about comments he made posted in a recent article about President Ayers and discusses his goals for UR’s future.
URPD’s Chief of Police sets the record straight on why officers on his staff originally told students protestors to leave the third floor of the Commons.
Sophomore Joe Gibb voices his displeasure with the Richmond administration’s decision not to provide students with planners this year.
Austin Butler said he applied to five different jobs around campus, but he never hears back about the position, or whether his application was received.
The sentiments expressed in a recent Collegian article about studying abroad are quite different than that of one student who studied abroad in the Netherlands.
Being abroad was a fantastic opportunity that I would gladly repeat, but the European grading system is structured in a way that half of all students fail the class.
Leaders around campus discuss aftermath of fight that happened at Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. on Saturday.
Qualifying for a concealed-weapons permit does not teach the gun owner to handle a firearm in a “tactical” situation such as what happened at Virginia Tech.
As an Ahmadi Muslim, I take strong exception to the author’s baseless claims that Islam requires us to impose its belief system using violent tactics against non-Muslims.
At no point is “News” defined as “the journalists editorialized opinion on a topic irrelevant to the reported event.”