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This "Music" section discusses the music enjoyed by students on campus. The article talks about the music by creating imagery that reinforces racial stereotypes. The article describes the music as being played by a "negro" who is "twanging" on a "calf-skin banjo." The article also mentions "Anna Case shrilling her way through an agonizing Wop love song," the term "Wop" was a deragatory term used towards Italians and people of Italian descent in the United States.
"Music." The Richmond Collegian III, no. 16, (January 26, 1917): 2. http://collegian.richmond.edu/cgi-bin/richmond?a=d&d=COL19170126.2.13&srpos=2&e=------191-en-20--1--txt-txIN
The Collegian, University of Richmond
“Article "Music",” University of Richmond Race & Racism Project, accessed November 30, 2023, https://memory.richmond.edu/items/show/178.