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VCU hold inaugural pep rally, Lord and Lady crowned

On a night without any sporting event taking place in the Siegel Center, the arena is usually silent. That was far from the case Wednesday night when VCU hosted its inaugural pep rally.

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Committee hopes for tradition with “Light up the Night”

The inaugural “Light up the Night” event Monday night got homecoming week underway with a campfire themed gathering in the Commons Ballroom and a sparkler laden photo-op later in the night.

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VCU raises heart health awareness through February

VCU raises heart health awareness through February

Sarah King News Editor Austin Walker Staff Writer At VCU’s Pauley Heart Center, the month of February signifies more than mentally preparing for the check-out lines at Kroger around Valentine’s Day. VCU is fully embracing The American Heart Association’s “Heart month” initiative, which intends to educate communities about heart disease and spread awareness of the […]

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When Sheldon Retchin, Chief Executive Officer of the VCU Health System and vice president for Health Sciences, stepped down from his position on Dec. 8, president Michael Rao didn’t delay in assembling a search committee for his replacement.

VCU Health System CEO search underway

When Sheldon Retchin, Chief Executive Officer of the VCU Health System and vice president for Health Sciences, stepped down from his position on Dec. 8, president Michael Rao didn’t delay in assembling a search committee for his replacement.

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With the help of a relaunched initiative and a few dedicated students, Jim Coleman, Dean of VCU’s College of Humanities and Sciences, is determined to bring his 14,000-student school closer together.

Council to unify College of Humanities and Sciences

With the help of a relaunched initiative and a few dedicated students, Jim Coleman, Dean of VCU’s College of Humanities and Sciences, is determined to bring his 14,000-student school closer together.

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