“Yo, his head is bleeding! His head is bleeding!” shouts an unidentified eyewitness in the grainy  cellphone footage of third-year University of Virginia student Martese Johnson’s arrest around 1 a.m. outside Trinity Irish Pub near campus Wednesday.

U.Va. arrest reignites race conversations

“Yo, his head is bleeding! His head is bleeding!” shouts an unidentified eyewitness in the grainy cellphone footage of third-year University of Virginia student Martese Johnson’s arrest around 1 a.m. outside Trinity Irish Pub near campus Wednesday.

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ABC agents should not be allowed policing power following Martese Johnson incident

It’s more comfortable to look the other way when the world burns, but that ignorance doesn’t keep it from burning. Those with power abuse it and racism exists in 2015.

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VCU men’s basketball fell short against the Ohio State University in the second round of the NCAA tournament, 75-72, ending the collegiate careers of seniors Treveon Graham, Briante Weber and Jarred Guest, the winningest class in the program’s history.

Rams, senior class’ run ends in Portland

VCU men’s basketball fell short against the Ohio State University in the second round of the NCAA tournament, 75-72, ending the collegiate careers of seniors Treveon Graham, Briante Weber and Jarred Guest, the winningest class in the program’s history.

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The Philosophy Department at VCU hosted an event last week with speakers from around the United States to engage in debate about sexual assault on college campuses.

Is it time to rethink sexual assaults at college?

The Philosophy Department at VCU hosted an event last week with speakers from around the United States to engage in debate about sexual assault on college campuses.

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Claudia Emerson, Pulitzer Prize winner, remembered

A poetry reading remembrance ceremony for Pulitzer Prize winning poet and VCU professor, Claudia Emerson, was held Monday night at the Grace Street Theater. A large crowd of well over 100 people packed the auditorium to pay their respects to a woman described as a kind, caring women with a good sense of humor.

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If you’re in Washington, D.C., on April 20 to celebrate festivities and smoke pot in a legal location, you may still end up paying for that legal use one way or another.

Pre-employment drug testing is wasteful

If you’re in Washington, D.C., on April 20 to celebrate festivities and smoke pot in a legal location, you may still end up paying for that legal use one way or another.

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In keeping with court rulings that state the White House Office of Administration is not subject to the Transparency Law, a federal regulation that subjects the office to the Freedom of Information Act was removed on March 17. This will make official a policy under presidents Bush and Obama to reject requests for records to that office.

Obama administration is even further from transparency

In keeping with court rulings that state the White House Office of Administration is not subject to the Transparency Law, a federal regulation that subjects the office to the Freedom of Information Act was removed on March 17. This will make official a policy under presidents Bush and Obama to reject requests for records to […]

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Burnout by Chris Kindred

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