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VCU junior Rachel Smith was inspired by her family to illustrate iconic American actors and classic movie scenes. Photo by Brooke Marsh

Inktober challenges artists to find daily inspiration

The VCU artistic community always pushes the limits of what it can achieve. Inktober, a national monthlong ink illustrating challenge, is another platform local illustrators are using to improve their skills and connect their art with social media.

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Sometimes in sports, the most desperate teams are the most dangerous. A day before head coach Dave Giffard and his players boarded the team bus on Friday, Oct. 10 for a road game against a 1-9 University of Massachusetts team, he said he felt the matchup could produce some problems for his 4-7-1 soccer team currently vying for a postseason berth.

Missed opportunities costly for men’s soccer

Sometimes in sports, the most desperate teams are the most dangerous. A day before head coach Dave Giffard and his players boarded the team bus on Friday, Oct. 10 for a road game against a 1-9 University of Massachusetts team, he said he felt the matchup could produce some problems for his 4-7-1 soccer team […]

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VCU faculty compensation lagging behind in-state peers

VCU faculty salaries are not competitive and individuals are appealing to administration and the Board of Visitors for change.

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The Richmond bike club scene is dying, or so Michael Gilbert, founder of the bike club Saddle Sores and cofounder of the organization Ride Richmond, said.

Ride or Die: The Rise and Fall of the Richmond Punk Cycling Clubs

The Richmond bike club scene is dying, or so Michael Gilbert, founder of the bike club Saddle Sores and cofounder of the organization Ride Richmond, said.

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Two complaints were filed to the U.S. Office of Civil Rights regarding the compliance and proceedings of VCU’s Office of Institutional Equity in Title IX investigations last year, and although nearly half a year has passed since the federal review concluded, the reverberating impact of the university’s actions have not entirely dissipated.

VCU’s tenuous claim to Title IX transparency

Two complaints were filed to the U.S. Office of Civil Rights regarding the compliance and proceedings of VCU’s Office of Institutional Equity in Title IX investigations last year, and although nearly half a year has passed since the federal review concluded, the reverberating impact of the university’s actions have not entirely dissipated.

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