Gas leak near Cabell, students evacuated

Cabell library and the Academic Learning Commons were evacuated Wednesday after construction crews hit a gas line.

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Students drowning in debt across Virginia

While a partisan stalemate over Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2014-15 trickled along in Richmond this spring, a much more straightforward trend washed over the whole state of Virginia: tuition and fees for state-sponsored institutions increased across the board.

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A city divided from top to Bottom

Matt Leonard Online News Editor For months, the possibility of a new baseball park in Shockoe Bottom has caused a rift through river city. Controversy surrounding the city building a ballpark in Shockoe Bottom began in 2012 with an article in the Richmond Times Dispatch entitled “Time to act: Build a ballpark downtown.” Just two [...]

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Ban on gay marriage overruled

Virginia’s ban on same-sex marriage was found to be unconstitutional by the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit in Richmond on Monday.

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MCV named best hospital in the city

The 2014 U.S. News & World Report has ranked the VCU Medical Center as the best hospital in the Richmond area.

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Students protest conflict in Gaza

VCU students showed their solidarity with Palestine on Monday, asking for an end to the countries conflict with Israel via protest signs.

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New director unites VCU and Richmond chorus

This fall semester, the VCU and Richmond community will officially be joined with the creation of a choral activities director for both VCU and Richmond Symphony Chorus.

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VCU welcomes new dance department chair

As a young girl, Elgie Sherrod would watch dancers on television and dream of becoming a ballerina. Now taking the lead as the next department chair of dance at VCU, Sherrod will help other students reach their dreams.

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