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The Richmond Times-Dispatch published this article on June 06, 1961 in response to a commencement address given at the University of Richmond by Dr. Claudius O. Johnson. Dr. Johnson was a former professor of history and political science at…

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The Registrar's appendix report on registration shows that University College had 1,071 students enrolled. The report also shows the ethnic makeup of University of Richmond. There were 25 hispanic students, 5 American Indian or Alaskan Native, 17…

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This article talks about Marydee Lowe, a junior of Westhampton College from Tsingtau, China, and how she was honored by the Athletic Association of Westhampton for her many achievements in sports. She was awarded with her blazer for making her…

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This article describes the way that Japanese religious leader, Toyohiko Kagawa, was positively received by students at colleges all over the United States of America. Although Kagawa is Japanese, he is a Christian. Kagawa's visit to the United States…

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This article describes the way that University Week was dissolved, and that in its place, several public men were scheduled to speak on different dates throughout the year. Due to this new setup, the University of Richmond was privileged to welcome…

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This article from 1936 describes how Yomeo Tomita, the "Japanese friend of the campus" spoke at the Philologian Literary Society. Mr. Tomita said that he did not believe the peace movements in America meant peace between Japan and the United States.…

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This article describes a talk given by a missionary from China, Mrs. McLaughlin. During the talk, Mrs. McLaughlin described the various phases of life in China, and said that China offers a "field of great possibilities." She believes that the China…

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This article talks about the speech that a missionary to China by the name of A.B. Craig delivered to Westhampton College students on customs of Chinese culture. She talked about customs such as the colors used for Chinese weddings, Chinese salesmen,…

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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 summarizes the arguments given by David Rogers to the International Relations Club in regards to Japan's anticipated conquest of China. Rogers was a Junior who had grown up in Korea and traveled much of the "Orient" with his father, a…
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