As this semester comes to a close, VCU has its eyes on September when thousands of spectators plan to watch the Union Cycliste Internationale bike race rip through Richmond.

VCU prepares for UCI championships

As this semester comes to a close, VCU has its eyes on September when thousands of spectators plan to watch the Union Cycliste Internationale bike race rip through Richmond.

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Hannah Huddle wants to bridge the gap between science and art. She’s not the first, but she is the first to use the prothonotary warbler as her medium.

Art and science combine in warbler research

Hannah Huddle wants to bridge the gap between science and art. She’s not the first, but she is the first to use the prothonotary warbler as her medium.

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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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The fight for a higher minimum wage continued last week as students and other community members gathered at Monroe Park on Wednesday to march, urging to raise the current minimum wage from $7.25 to $15.

Students march for the Fight for $15 minimum wage

The fight for a higher minimum wage continued last week as students and other community members gathered at Monroe Park on Wednesday to march, urging to raise the current minimum wage from $7.25 to $15.

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Hillary Clinton’s announcement that she is running for president came right after her email scandal, where it was uncovered that she used a private email address for government business.

Hillary’s email scandal sign of a larger problem

Hillary Clinton’s announcement that she is running for president came right after her email scandal, where it was uncovered that she used a private email address for government business.

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School of Pharmacy associate professor Yan Zhang, Ph.D., received a grant of $1.9 million by the National Institutes of Health in order to continue drug development research. What Zhang hopes to accomplish through the research is to develop new chemical entities that would help treat substance abuse disorders.

Leave my head alone

School of Pharmacy associate professor Yan Zhang, Ph.D., received a grant of $1.9 million by the National Institutes of Health in order to continue drug development research. What Zhang hopes to accomplish through the research is to develop new chemical entities that would help treat substance abuse disorders.

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Commitment to citizens lost as media focuses on the frivolous

Carl Bernstein, one half of the duo responsible for investigating and breaking the Watergate Scandal, published an article in The New Republic in 1992 titled “The Idiot Culture.”

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Recruits opt out of National Letter of Intent

Head coach Will Wade may have to start the season with no incoming scholarship freshman in his repertoire.

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