VCU PD Unveil New Noise Suppression Unit

Starting this semester, VCU Police could be rolling up to your party in their new “Party Van” if you bring the noise.

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Food trucks mobilize, come to campus

Several students, new and old, were offered a taste this weekend of one of Richmond’s up-and-coming staples in its ever growing culinary scene: mobile food.

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Weber: Community service, restitution, suspension for theft

Senior guard Briante Weber’s punishment for theft charges brought against him this offseason will be a one-game suspension, community service and restitution.

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VCU loses millions in state funding

Statewide budget cuts announced by McAuliffe earlier this week will apply to public colleges and universities.

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Kotti Steps Down as President

Bill Kotti announced that he would retire as president of the MCV Foundation and chief development officer for the MCV Campus effective Thursday.

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Abbreviated timeline of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict

The devastating and intensifying violence in the West Bank and Gaza strip has dominated headlines globally for the last few months. In light of this, seemingly everyone has taken a stance on the matter — either in support of Israel, or in defense of Palestine.

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Music for Massey held 10th annual fundraiser for pediatric cancer research

Music for Massey brought Lyle Lovett and his Large Band to Maymont Thursday, Aug. 21 for the 10th anniversary of the fundraiser to raise money for Pediatric Cancer research at VCU’s Massey Cancer Center.

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Shafer to offer free food for 10th anniversary

VCU Dining Services will be hosting a carnival on Sept. 17, offering a wide variety of activities for students to celebrate Shafer Dining Court’s tenth anniversary.

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