Category Archives: News

Overview of the NFL Draft

Many mock draft projections were made before the start of the 2017 NFL draft, held in Philadelphia on April 27-29. All seemed…

Jordan Edwards: Another Life Gone

The opinions published by The Match are solely those of the author, and not of the entire publication, its staff, or Collegiate…

Protests at Auburn: Richard Spencer’s Speech

“He doesn’t even go here” yelled someone in the audience of James E. Foy Hall during Richard Spencer’s speech at Auburn University on…

GreenGate: Downtown Richmond Brought to the West End

Scheduled for completion in the summers of 2017 and 2018, GreenGate is a retail, office space, and residential area designed to bring a…

Capstones: A New Era at Collegiate

The class of 2017 will be the last class to have Senior Projects in their current form. These projects are meant to give…

A Closer Look at the Vaccine Controversy

Vaccines have saved hundreds of thousands of lives, and they will prevent 322 million illnesses in those children vaccinated in just the last 20…

Syrian Chemical Attack and The World’s Response

On Tuesday, April 4, Syria was rocked by “the worst chemical attack in years,” according to numerous media outlets, including the New…

Life and Death in South Africa

Wildlife Conservation and the Poaching Crisis Instead of the sound of traffic at night, you hear the roar of a lion. Rather…

A Very Pregnant Giraffe

Imagine this. You are a year and a half pregnant. You are taken care of and have all the food and water…

Lower School Tackles Food Waste Problem

Last spring, students in Katie Musick’s third grade class discovered an article about food waste in a Time for Kids Magazine that…