VCU PD arrests peeping tom

April 11, 2016

Andrew Crider Online News Editor The VCU Police Department announced on their Facebook page that a suspect in seven peeping tom cases was arrested on April 1. Kerry L. Fields, 43, from north Chesterfield, was Read More

Black Lives Matter co-founder speaks at VCU

April 10, 2016

  Fadel Allassan Print News Editor Before an audience of nearly 1,000 spectators, Black Lives Matter co-founder Opal Tometi stressed the importance of activism among at a speech at the Siegel Center last Thursday. The Read More

GOP candidate Kasich holds town hall at VCU

February 23, 2016

With Virginia’s March 1 primary just eight days away, Republican presidential hopeful Gov. John Kasich made a campaign stop at VCU on Monday night. The Ohio governor, who is in last place among the remaining Read More

Senate bill would keep police names secret

February 22, 2016

A bill exempting law enforcement personnel from the Virginia Freedom of Information Act passed the Virginia Senate in a 25-15 vote last week. The bill, proposed by Sen. John Cosgrove (R-Chesapeake) would amend the Va. Read More

Administration responds to Black VCU Speaks

November 16, 2015

A typed manuscript, a functional blueprint for the purposes and precedents this university should serve, is in some ways an eerie call to action from inside the James Cabell Branch Library’s Special Collections and Archives. Read More

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