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In this article, the author speaks about the speech that Dean Keller gave to Westhampton College students on what graduates should obtain through their education. She discussed things she believed every student should acquire before she graduates…

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This article talks about the tri-annual National Student Assembly where MRS. Louise Cardozo's belief in American patriotism was reinstated by watching the youth carry out intense conversations about different aspects of the ongoing war. She was…

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This Collegian article desccribes an interview with a Chinese student, Julia Mao, at Westhampton College. Mao was one of two Chinese students on campus at the time. From Shanghai, China, Mao held a B.A. degree from the University of Shanghai…

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Members of the Chinese Club at the University of Richmond. The members include P.L. Mok, T.L. Sene, W.K. Lam, C.K. Kung, Y.C. Lee, P.K. Lee, M.W. Wong. The Chinese Club celebrated Chinese culture, including the annual anniversary of the creation of…

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This article notes that while Chinese students had been attending Richmond College for several years, Yiu Fong Leung was the first Chinese woman to attend Westhampton College. The first cousin of Yik Chin Cheung, a senior at Richmond College, Leung…

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This article recognizes John A. Paau, a University senior from Canton (Guangzhou), China, who is the president of the Chinese Club at the time. The article discusses a recent trip Paau took to Philadelphia to talk about Chinese politics. The meeting…

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This is a picture of Chack Kwong Wong, a senior in the class of 1925. He was from Canton, China. The text accompanying his photograph states, "Coming to us from the far distant Orient, he has adjusted himself to our manners and customs, and leaves us…

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This is a picture of Kwan Fong Cheung (W'25), a senior at the University of Richmond. Cheung is from Canton (Guangzhou), China and is noted as a "true friend," a "good conversationalist," and "one of Westhampton's best in aesthetic dancing." The…

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This is a page featuring the 7 members of the Chinese Club at the University of Richmond in 1925. There are two women and five men in the picture. Their names are Miss K. F. Cheung, J.A. Paau, Miss Y.F. Leung, C.K. Wong, K. Mok, T.L. Sene, and P.…

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This page shows the biography of Cheng-Yeung Hui, a senior who is a part of the Philologian Literary Society and the Chinese Club. His biography shows his relations with the University of Richmond students. Even during times of race discrimination…
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