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View an audio slideshow from this year’s performance of The Vagina Monologues, which was performed Friday and Saturday night in the Tyler Haynes Commons.
The students of Catholic Campus Ministry of the University of Richmond organized a Valentine’s Day dance at St. Joseph’s Home for the Aged on Feb. 13, 2010.
Michael Christian, author of the international bestseller, “The Art of Kissing,” came to the University of Richmond Wednesday night to discuss kissing. He used Richmond students to demonstrate the different types and techniques of kisses.
For those of you who argued that games at the University of Richmond would be more fun if the Spiders had a legitimate rival, I hope you’ve been watching ESPN this week.
Michael Christian has literally tried every kiss in the book — his own book, “The Art of Kissing,” an international bestseller that has been translated into 19 foreign languages and printed more than 250,000 times worldwide.
I’ve noticed that some people in my class are starting new relationships during their final year of college.
In a written statement, the College Republicans derided performances of “The Vagina Monologues” at the University of Richmond, saying the play doesn’t empower women, but reduces them to a single anatomical part.
For some Richmond students in long-distance relationships, Valentine’s Day won’t be spent with their partners.