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Students protest conflict in Gaza

VCU students showed their solidarity with Palestine on Monday, asking for an end to the countries conflict with Israel via protest signs.

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Gas leak near Cabell, students evacuated

Cabell library and the Academic Learning Commons were evacuated Wednesday after construction crews hit a gas line.

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Blackboard updates to a new aesthetic and social profile

The way most students and faculty communicate outside of their classes will be changing this year as VCU rolls out a revamped version of the Blackboard learning system.

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Students paddle toward success

The cost of six VCU credits in HIST391 and BIOL391? About $2,000. The cost of spending a showerless month paddling 140 miles, backpacking 15 miles and camping along the James River watershed learning from the environment and a 446-page course companion while battling bugs, storms and sore shoulders? Priceless.

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Campus sexual assaults garner national attention

Federal investigation of sexual assaults on college campuses has garnered attention nationwide in recent months, and four Virginia schools are under scrutiny.

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