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Westhampton College hosted a steak and wine dinner for 16 four-year roommates to celebrate their friendships where they played roommate-themed trivia games.
Mike Weiss, a Richmond alumnus, describes the post-college exploits of his former roommate, Zach Lager, who’s founded a non-profit organization in Mozambique.
Those who choose to room with someone younger than themselves immediately lose their lottery number and are lowered to the bottom of their class. Unfair as it may seem, it is necessary.
The roommate dinner was a Westhampton College tradition that celebrated the longevity of roommates staying together and the friendship that came out of that relationship.
After spending the past two summers interning in New York, senior Katie Der said she had decided to consider staying in Richmond more seriously.
While card sharks were mourning their ravaged wallets, senior Ben Sommerfeld and junior Cameron Lee were dashing down the Vegas Strip, stopping only to gather clues.
Former University of Richmond basketball team manager Dan Woolley only lived to be 25 years old, but thanks to friend and teammate Kevin Steenberge, his memory will carry on.
One rainy day in her hometown of Westchester, N.Y., Timmis found a box of her mother’s old beads and necklaces and at age 11, she began to create jewelry.
With an increase in first-year students by about 100, housing on campus has become a concern, especially for students coming back from a fall semester abroad.
I won’t check myself into CAPS just yet, but I won’t be surprised if I need to come January. I, along with many other juniors studying abroad, should be prepared to go slightly insane upon returning to Richmond.