• February

    Carter Hamill Backus '01 in the final straightaway of the 1999 VISAA cross country championship meet.

    Always at Her Best

    In a world where hyperbole seems the order of the day, what you’re about to read is anything but.
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  • Photos Compliments of Doug Watkins

    It's How You Respond

    Adversity introduces a man to himself.
                 Albert Einstein
    Ain’t fair. Definitely ain’t fair.
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  • January

    "Oh...you wrestle?"

    One day when Marcella Leonard-Jackson was shopping at the Walmart in Mechanicsville, a woman noticed her gray sweatshirt with COLLEGIATE WRESTLING imprinted across the front and asked her a question which, she well understands, comes with the territory.
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  • Sandy Ting is chairman of the board of the Richmond Cycling Corps and Legacy Academy. She joined the Collegiate faculty in 2014 after a stint at PS 527 in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn.

    "Can't Stop. Won't Stop."

    Last spring, Sandy Ting was exploring ideas for an internship for her doctoral program in curriculum, culture and change at Virginia Commonwealth University when she stumbled upon an intriguing opportunity.
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  • The Cougars Will Be Just Fine

    There’s an old saying that sports don’t build character, they reveal it.
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  • Photos Compliments of Roman Lifson

    Finding That Silver Lining

    It’s been a journey – that’s for sure – and a long one at that.
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  • 2005 Football

    The Sheer Joy of Team

    Induction into Collegiate’s Athletic Hall of Fame is a testament to sweat, perseverance, innate ability and, ultimately, splendid achievement.
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  • Stop. Breathe Deeply

    Speak softly. Walk gently. Listen. Observe. Reflect.
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  • TDIT photos compliments of Doug Watkins

    True to Their Plan

    Years ago, there was this commercial that seemed to air every time you turned on your television where a guy smacked his face with his after-shave doused hand, smiled (or frowned or screamed, depending on the version), then exclaimed, “Thanks, I needed that!”
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