Pam Sutherland: Artist, Teacher, Inspiration

By Dusey Hyman “Life is bigger than the West End and Collegiate,” states long-time Upper School art teacher Pam Sutherland. As a…

Math & Swimming: Mike Peters

By Stephen Laming New this year as a full-time faculty member, Mike Peters comes to Collegiate with multiple responsibilities: during the day…

Composting and Recycling in Collegiate’s New McFall Hall: UPDATED

By Kate Johnston Collegiate’s Earth Society club announced a project for the newly renovated McFall Hall at the end of last year….

Kneeling, Protest, And The Anthem

By Jake Darling These twitter screenshots are only some of the reactions on social media over the last few weeks regarding professional athletes…

A Day for the Seventh Grade

By Grace Stratford Sitting on the turf in the 100 degree heat, observing nine seventh graders attempting to cross a section of…

Sheldon Speedmeyer Might Go To College

HUMOR By Zach Bostic Ever since he was born in 2006 at the age of 17, Sheldon Speedmeyer has dreamed of pursuing…

Recent Earthquakes in Mexico

By Bailey Andress On September 19, 1985, Mexico City was rocked by the deadliest recorded earthquake in the country’s history. Numerous residents…

Will Renovations Save Regency Square Mall?

By Ethan Ruh Regency Square Mall has served as a popular shopping destination in the West End of Richmond since 1975. Over…

Ray Crouch: Cougar and Community Leader

By Austin Tyner For years now, Ray Crouch, known to many as “Mr. Ray,”  has been a friendly face on the grounds…

Inside the Penalty Box: Akum Dhillon

By Ellis Henderson Soccer at Collegiate has grown to become very popular. The varsity soccer team is 3-2-2 this season with Head…