Grandson of Gandhi Named VCU’s India Chair

The grandson of civil rights leader and legend Mahatma Gandhi visited VCU’s campus last week to talk about new political movements taking place in India today.

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Two complaints were filed to the U.S. Office of Civil Rights regarding the compliance and proceedings of VCU’s Office of Institutional Equity in Title IX investigations last year, and although nearly half a year has passed since the federal review concluded, the reverberating impact of the university’s actions have not entirely dissipated.

VCU’s tenuous claim to Title IX transparency

Two complaints were filed to the U.S. Office of Civil Rights regarding the compliance and proceedings of VCU’s Office of Institutional Equity in Title IX investigations last year, and although nearly half a year has passed since the federal review concluded, the reverberating impact of the university’s actions have not entirely dissipated.

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Sexually transmitted diseases have always been prevalent in American societies, especially among the youth. Before making any judgments about a person who has an STD, first take into consideration how devastating and traumatic an occurrence this is for a human being, and most importantly the story behind this unfortunate nightmare.

Judgment-free disease

Sexually transmitted diseases have always been prevalent in American societies, especially among the youth. Before making any judgments about a person who has an STD, first take into consideration how devastating and traumatic an occurrence this is for a human being, and most importantly the story behind this unfortunate nightmare.

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Saucy assailant protects pizza

An altercation over pizza turned violent Sunday night when a stabbing occurred just off campus at a Domino’s Pizza.

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Officers go dorm to dorm educating students

VCU police are attempting to educate students with safety talks by traveling to each dorm during the month of September

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VCU’s women volleyball team has won five straight matches, improving their overall record to 7-7. The Rams’ defeated Davidson College in both team’s Atlantic 10 conference opener on Sept. 27 as well as besting the College of William & Mary on the road on Tuesday, Sept. 23. On Sept. 19-20, the Lady Rams dominated their season home-opener, sweeping the competition 3-0.

Women’s volleyball heats up; pushes winning streak to five

VCU’s women volleyball team has won five straight matches, improving their overall record to 7-7. The Rams’ defeated Davidson College in both team’s Atlantic 10 conference opener on Sept. 27 as well as besting the College of William & Mary on the road on Tuesday, Sept. 23. On Sept. 19-20, the Lady Rams dominated their […]

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The first convention for makers was held at the Virginia Science Museum Sept. 27, bringing creative minds from all over the city together to present their latest projects.

Creative talents converge together for Makerfest

The first convention for makers was held at the Virginia Science Museum Sept. 27, bringing creative minds from all over the city together to present their latest projects.

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Starting the 2014-15 season with a bang, VCU Theatre is presenting a modern interpretation of the Shakespearian classic, “Macbeth.”

Heads will roll in VCU Theatre’s “Macbeth”

Starting the 2014-15 season with a bang, VCU Theatre is presenting a modern interpretation of the Shakespearian classic, “Macbeth.”

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