Rose Evelyn started her life in performing at the age of 5 when she started dancing. She then moved to LA where she switched to an online education to facilitate her professional dancing career. Yet by the age of 17, … Continue reading Next Steps: an Interview with Rose Evelyn
On the 22nd of March, Richmond University held its first-ever TEDX event at the University of Notre Dame. The vast number of students and staff, which also consisted of student volunteers, signaled the significance of the event to the university’s … Continue reading TEDXRAIUL: Reinvention in a Dynamic, Fast-Paced World
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
Richmond’s student government elections were yesterday suspended, after it was found that the Student Government Constitution was violated.
News came after sources found that the agreed rules and conditions of the election were broken by Student Government Executive Board Officers. Continue reading “Student Government Elections Suspended After Rules Broken”
You’re going to hate me for saying “I found it before it was cool” but technically it’s not cool yet so I’m allowed to say it. A bit more than a year ago, I heard, through a Tumblr audio post, … Continue reading Who is Mitski?
Clowns. Whether or not you’ve ever had a phobia of them, there is no way to escape this creepy phenomena that is sweeping the United States. The first sighting of a person dressed up like a clown started in late … Continue reading Can This Be the Return of It?
Early course registration is coming upon us again, and hopefully this semester, things go a little better. Earlier last semester, all of Richmond’s students registered for their classes for the Spring 2016 semester. As the registration week passed and advisers … Continue reading Problems with Academic Registry
On Friday, the 13th of November, everything was normal in Paris. People were happy that the weekend was there, and went out with friends and loved ones for some dinner and drinks, or for their favorite band’s concert or cheered for … Continue reading Reflecting on the Paris Attacks
Around 11:43am on Tuesday at the Richmond Hill campus all internet connection went dead. Students and teachers started having difficulties connecting to the Internet, but after realising that they had no hope, chaos ensued. Teachers were able to escape the … Continue reading Richmond Hill Experiences the End of Days