Video by Joel Rhodes. Liz Butterfield Online Editor VCU students will pay roughly 4 percent more for tuition next year after the Board of Visitors approved the increase yesterday. The increase will cost current in-state students $414 more. Out-of-state students will pay around $950 more. The Board also approved a change in the tuition structure for [...]
Cyrus Nuval Staff Writer VCU Police have no new information regarding the rape reported by a student on May 9, according to a spokesperson for the VCU Police. The assaulted victim has not yet provided any other specific information concerning when the crime took place, where the crime was committed and what the suspect looked [...]
Students and faculty are concerned that the School of Education will eliminate the Health, Physical Education and Exercise Science from the list of offered programs at the school’s Department of Teaching and Learning.
With a new tuition proposal on the table, students could be looking at a new way of paying for their classes at VCU.
Roughly 88,000 swipes go unused each semester at VCU, according to Tamara Highsmith, manager of VCU Dining Services.
It was Iron Chef meets March Madness as VCU head basketball coach Shaka Smart competed in a heated culinary battle against rival University of Richmond basketball coach Chris Mooney.
Cyrus Nuval Staff Writer The health, physical education and exercise science program is at risk of elimination following a review conducted by the School of Education. The program has been under review since 2012. Although no official changes have been made yet, Christine Walther-Thomas, the Dean of the School of Education, assured students they will [...]
During the Third Annual Research Week at VCU, students from all disciplines shared their creativity and passion for research in several poster and project presentations.
Starting this fall, students will be able to “have it their way” with the addition of a Burger King and Taco Bell in the University Student Commons.
If drone warfare increases, what are the benefits? What are the psychological impacts of drone warfare? These are some of the questions asked on Monday night at a discussion forum on drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), hosted by students in the School of World Studies.