Entrepreneurs, developers and mentors have congregated on VCU’s campus this weekend for the RVA startup weekend.

RVA startup weekend begins with pitches

Entrepreneurs, developers and mentors have congregated on VCU’s campus this weekend for the RVA startup weekend.

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TEDxVCU has organized a series of events leading up to the grand presentation in November which will feature speakers from both VCU and around the world.

Students raise awarness, organize first TEDxVCU

TEDxVCU has organized a series of events leading up to the grand presentation in November which will feature speakers from both VCU and around the world.

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Nicholas Scarpinato, photo and filmmaking major at VCU, was named for Flickr’s “#20under20,” a celebration of the website’s most talented young photographers.

Flickr awards student’s talent

Nicholas Scarpinato, photo and filmmaking major at VCU, was named for Flickr’s “#20under20,” a celebration of the website’s most talented young photographers.

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Week of September 22

Week of September 22

Pumpkin Spice Latte by Lindsey Wall Unhealthy by Chris Kindred

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You either are already on the path to becoming what you fear or at least have the ability to become it. That’s why I gave up drinking a couple months ago. I am the breeding ground for alcoholism and maybe you are too.

Don’t keep fueling flawed genetics

You either are already on the path to becoming what you fear or at least have the ability to become it. That’s why I gave up drinking a couple months ago. I am the breeding ground for alcoholism and maybe you are too.

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The first time, I wasn’t sure I read the shirt right. Maybe it was a Jefferson Starship reference, and it could be just that. But context matters and seeing two white students wearing VCU shirts with the words “We built this city” is frustrating, to say the least.

You did not build the city of Richmond

The first time, I wasn’t sure I read the shirt right. Maybe it was a Jefferson Starship reference, and it could be just that. But context matters and seeing two white students wearing VCU shirts with the words “We built this city” is frustrating, to say the least.

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At least two days a week The Virginia Flaggers can be seen in front of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts parading Confederate flags while they are ignored by passerbys. The Virginia Flaggers have been attempting to preserve Confederate history by “flagging” locations which they believe have “attacked (their) flags, heritage, and ancestors.” The most frequently protested place by this group is the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts because it took down Confederate flags from the Confederate memorial chapel that is on its property.

The south won’t rise again

At least two days a week The Virginia Flaggers can be seen in front of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts parading Confederate flags while they are ignored by passerbys. The Virginia Flaggers have been attempting to preserve Confederate history by “flagging” locations which they believe have “attacked (their) flags, heritage, and ancestors.” The most […]

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The 17th Street Farmers’ Market will be filled with the smells of pasta, glittering jewelry and the sounds of traditional Italian music Sept. 27-28 for the 10th annual Richmond Original Italian Street Festival.

RVA to receive a taste of Italy

The 17th Street Farmers’ Market will be filled with the smells of pasta, glittering jewelry and the sounds of traditional Italian music Sept. 27-28 for the 10th annual Richmond Original Italian Street Festival.

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