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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VCU affiliates receive VMFA Fellowship Awards

Janeal Downs Staff Writer The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts has awarded multiple VCU students, faculty members and alumni with generous fellowships for rent, art supplies, traveling expenses or funding for school. Operations Manager in the Department of Kinetic Imaging at VCU, John Dombroski, was one of 12 people to receive the Professional Artist Fellowship [...]

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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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Richmond swept with Hidden Cash frenzy

What started on Twitter as an anonymous clue to the location of hidden cash has inspired thousands of wealthy people to leave donations in locations around the world.

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Music studio takes over the classroom

This fall, VCU students will get the opportunity to leave their classrooms and study inside a production studio, learning music from the inside out.

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Baseball finish second in A-10

The VCU baseball team’s season ended with a lost to George Mason University 3-2 in the Atlantic 10 Tournament final on May 24 in St. Louis, Missouri.

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