When thinking about an upcoming season, there’s one word that no coach wants to hear: rebuilding.
Unfortunately, it appears as if that dreaded word will inevitably affix itself next to the 2005 Rams baseball team.
The Rams completed their second sweep of the season on Sunday in Petersburg with a 13-4 win over Sacred Heart, using a roster with just four starters from a year ago and only three seniors. Read More
Senior Day at the Stuart C. Siegel Center proved to be just that on Sunday, as three of Virginia Commonwealth’s four seniors put up double-figures to lead the Rams to a hard fought 62-56 victory over George Mason.
The Rams (6-11 CAA, 10-16) came out with a great start with scoring contributions from all of their starters. Read More
Michael Doles was surprised earlier Saturday afternoon when he got the call on his cell phone from assistant coach Gerald White explaining the implications of that night’s game against UNC Wilmington.
Until then, it hadn’t hit the senior swingman that a win in his final game at the Stuart C. Read More
The buzz is Minnie Driver was slated to perform at the Oscars, until Beyonce replaced her. Blink-182 has thrown in the towel…for now, anyway. The punk-pop band is calling it quits to spend more time with their loved ones, according to their record label. 50 Cent is hoping to duplicate the success of his mentor Eminem’s “8 Mile. Read More
Around 140 people gathered in the Commonwealth Ballroom last Thursday to hear an old message. Only this time, the message was presented differently.
Dan Renzi from MTV’s Real World Miami visited VCU to give an in-your-face presentation about protection from STDs, particularly HIV/AIDS. Read More
Tragedy is nothing new. Clay Chapman’s “Volume of Smoke,” revisits the Richmond Theater fire of 1811 that killed more than 100 men, women and children, and begs the question: How do people cope with tragedy?
The play unfolds as a series of short skits woven together by the common thread of human loss. Read More
Yoga instructor Matt Sanford may not be your average teacher, because he not only established Mind-Body Solutions, a nonprofit yoga studio, but he also teaches and serves as a motivational speaker. What sets him apart from other yoga instructors is that he’s paralyzed from the chest down. Read More