The Richmond Free Press would like to address any confusion regarding the information published on the story “Student Government Elections Suspended After Rules Broken”. It has been brought to the attention of the Richmond Free Press that a decision was made between student leaders and candidates to reopen the election due to transparency issues and to honour student voice. A meeting had decided that Article 12.4 had not been broken, under the circumstances that no information was published to the public. Sources state that even though Article 12.4 was not techincally broken, it was felt that the transparency clause had been broken, which led to the decision to reopen the election. The Free Press and the … Continue reading Clarification Letter: Student Government Elections Suspended After Rules Broken
Growing up in Kingston, I can remember always walking to my elementary school (or primary school as the Brits call it). The way the Appalachian Mountains were in the distance, creating the valley I lived in, and made a euphoric site … Continue reading Where I’m From: Kingston, Pennsylvania
As fall break is coming to an end, All Music Matters is only beginning. On this month’s All Music Matter episode, I was joined by my dear friend Verdiana Pagnano. Hailing all the way from Florence, Italy, we met early … Continue reading All Music Matters talks Animation- Interview with Verdiana Pagnano
Freedom of expression is key in the world of music. This will most certainly define individuals as their own unique style, by creating the rules as they go, Dan Reeder’s new album “No one Want’s to be you” goes to … Continue reading Review: Dan Reeder “Nobody Wants to be You”
Robert Plant and his band the Sensational Space Shifters were scheduled to perform as part Radio 6 to promote their upcoming album “Carry Fire” (Release date 13/10/17) at the Madia Vale studios in west London. Out of 50.000 who applied … Continue reading REVIEW: Robert Plant Live at Maida Vale
Since he began his writing career, John Green has specialized in the young adult (YA) genre, but with complex themes and telling stories, his novels can easily relate to any reader of any age.
Following the success of his most popular book Fault in Our Stars in 2012, readers everywhere have anticipated the release of his next book. Fans will not have to wait much longer, however. Over the summer, John Green announced that his new novel, Turtles All the Way Down, will be available on Oct. 10. Continue reading “Every John Green book ranked from great to best”
I’ll be honest; I am beginning to lose faith in Netflix originals.
Netflix has produced amazing content that has been renown throughout the world. Series like Stranger Things, Riverdale, Orange is the New Black, and 13 Reasons Why have contributed to Netflix’s mass popularity and continued success. Continue reading “American Vandal Review: Outrageous Humor, Alluring Story”
Though it has only been on campus for a short time, Richmond’s Fashion Society has already made quite an impression on the student body. Last year, they successfully organized Richmond’s first ever fashion show, which raised over £300 for charity and cinched the award for Best Event of the Year at last semester’s Honours Night. Society founders/Co-Presidents Thimo Grantz and Gabrielle Hollenbeck, along with a talented team of volunteers, worked tirelessly to bring together local businesses, designers, and students. The society managed to transform the drab halls of main building into a full on high fashion experience for the eighty attendees. The show was sponsored by Richmond tea shop T2, and showcased looks from a number of budding young designers including Omniss, PointBlank.-, ArantxaPattern’s, Anna-Maria Couture Dresses, and Grantz’s own label, TG. Continue reading “Richmond Fashion Society Unveils Latest Project”