A VCU student stole an ambulance from the VCU Medical Center while the crew was inside transferring patient care early Sunday morning.

Grand Theft Ambulance: student charged with DUI, grand larceny

A VCU student stole an ambulance from the VCU Medical Center while the crew was inside transferring patient care early Sunday morning.

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Havoc still lives on at VCU with some changes.

Wade: ‘HAVOC still lives here’

Havoc still lives on at VCU with some changes.

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VCU basketball and the trademark debacle

Newly hired Rams basketball head coach Will Wade said at a conference on Wednesday that VCU would maintain the brand associated with VCU basketball, Havoc.

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Draped in maroon and silver, they gathered at 9 a.m. on a seemingly innocuous piece of land. The small plot, tucked away behind Main Street Station, is a quiet reminder of Richmond’s grim legacy in the trans-Atlantic slave trade.

How Virginia Union Emerged From ‘Devil’s Half Acre’

Draped in maroon and silver, they gathered at 9 a.m. on a seemingly innocuous piece of land. The small plot, tucked away behind Main Street Station, is a quiet reminder of Richmond’s grim legacy in the trans-Atlantic slave trade.

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VCU, Brookings Institute, $140,000 grant to revive Richmond exports

VCU, Brookings Institute, $140,000 grant to revive Richmond exports

Matt Leonard Online Content Editor VCU’s Center for Urban and Regional Analysis, with the help of the Brookings Institute and a $140,000 grant from JPMorgan Chase is set to help the Richmond area increase their export potential this year. The Brookings Institute and JPMorgan Chase began the Global Cities Initiative in 2012 in Los Angeles […]

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A new scientific journal created by two professors at VCU examines the social, political and health impacts of hypersexualized media.

VCU journal explores porn, media effects

A new scientific journal created by two professors at VCU examines the social, political and health impacts of hypersexualized media.

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The journalism community has been under fire for a while now. The media has been criticized for everything from glossing over the issues of minority groups to allowing political and personal agendas to drive reporting.

Rolling Stone failure drains trust in reporting

The journalism community has been under fire for a while now. The media has been criticized for everything from glossing over the issues of minority groups to allowing political and personal agendas to drive reporting.

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Student orgs donate tampons, pads to shelters for Public Health Week

VCU Recreational Sports and two student organizations donated thousands of boxes of feminine hygiene products to shelters in Richmond for National Public Health Week.

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