Die-ins, roadblocks, VCU Students protest against police brutality

Projects, essays and final exams did not stop close to 300 VCU students and other Richmond residents from shutting down Broad Street Wednesday night to protest against police brutality.

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Twin VCU alums develop FDA-approved opioid overdose antidote injection

Chris Suarez Staff Writer Thanks to the invention of twin VCU alums Eric and Evan Edwards, people now have a greater chance of surviving an accidental opioid overdose. Last spring, the FDA approved the Edwards’ product EVZIO, an EpiPen-like overdose antidote that the brothers developed and are now manufacturing. EVZIO is a naloxone auto-injector meant […]

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The unified cries of native residents echoed alongside the voices of VCU, Virginia Union University and Virginia State University students mere hours after a single announcement ignited demonstrations in over 150 cities and set ablaze a whirlwind of polarizing conversations regarding race relations in America.

Wilson avoids trial over Brown: students, locals react peacefully

The unified cries of native residents echoed alongside the voices of VCU, Virginia Union University and Virginia State University students mere hours after a single announcement ignited demonstrations in over 150 cities and set ablaze a whirlwind of polarizing conversations regarding race relations in America.

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Claudia Emerson, poet and VCU professor, dies

Claudia Emerson, a poet who spent her life writing, recipient of a Pulitzer Prize and a professor at VCU, died Thursday Morning at 57.

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VCU professor William C. Bosher Jr. died Monday

William C. Bosher Jr., professor of public policy and education in the L. Douglas Wilder School, died in his sleep Monday morning.

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#ShutItDown: VCU students blocked Broad Street

VCU students gather to protest Eric Garner’s death by policeman chokehold, following the protest of the failure to indict Darren Wilson.

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MCV offered free lung cancer screenings during lung cancer awareness month

Last month, the VCU Medical Center became the first facility in Virginia to administer free lung cancer screenings.

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College campuses across the United States produce roughly 2 percent of all waste in the country, but VCU is aiming to change that next semester.

“Project Clean and Green” to minimize campus waste

College campuses across the United States produce roughly 2 percent of all waste in the country, but VCU is aiming to change that next semester.

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