Three sexual assaults at one off-campus party

Three VCU students were sexually assaulted at an off-campus party that was comprised primarily of fellow students early on October 26, as reported by university officials.

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The usual elements of a VCU men’s basketball game were there.

The road to March begins with Black and Gold scrimmage

The usual elements of a VCU men’s basketball game were there.

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Guide to Halloween Weekend

Guide to Halloween Weekend

Austin Walker Staff Writer 1 Return of the Living Dead Bands Strange Matter 929 W. Grace St. Oct. 31 7 p.m. Free 21+ Old-school punk rock comes back with an undead attitude. Bringing back classic rock stars, Strange Matter will host a costume party and concert Halloween night. Local musicians will impersonate their favorite musicians […]

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Kaine campaigns on campus for Warner

Matt Leonard Online Content Editor Campaigning for fellow democratic Virginia senator, Mark Warner, Tim Kaine visited VCU’s campus Tuesday to talk about working in public service and answered questions from students. The talk took place in the forum room of the student commons and was co-sponsored by a number of Greek organizations from around campus. […]

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VCU outlines benefits for same-sex employees

Kris Mason Staff Writer Since same-sex marriage was legalized in Virginia October 6, VCU benefits manager Daniel Jason’s life has been hectic, but he doesn’t mind. His regular role includes dealing with a wide range of issues for employee benefits ranging from retirement to life insurance to disability insurance. However, the past few weeks has […]

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Freakonomics Author Talks Media, Data at VCU

By Chris Suarez Staff Writer   The 10-year-old son of Freakonomics co-author Stephen Dubner thought the world was going to end two years ago. Attempting to ease those concerns, Dubner told his son the news report he saw of a doomsday street-prophet was nothing to worry about – there’s no credibility in the claim, he […]

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Grant helps fund research for fighting the bullies

The National Institute of Justice awarded a $2.66 million grant to a VCU psychology professor to study anti-bullying.

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A class entered Introduction to Theatrical Makeup Oct. 21 and 22 looking like typical college students. After 30 minutes, they had deep gashes and horrifying diseases that could make the stomach curl. Under the direction of professor Maura Cravey, the class piled on the gore, shared the process of applying wound makeup and gave some helpful tips to recreate certain looks just in time for Halloween.

VCU Theatre gets gross, gruesome with gore

A class entered Introduction to Theatrical Makeup Oct. 21 and 22 looking like typical college students. After 30 minutes, they had deep gashes and horrifying diseases that could make the stomach curl. Under the direction of professor Maura Cravey, the class piled on the gore, shared the process of applying wound makeup and gave some […]

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