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VCU basketball player, Mo Alie-Cox, has been charged with misdemeanor assault and battery after he allegedly struck a female in the face outside of a Richmond night club on April 3.

Mo Alie-Cox charged with assault and battery

VCU basketball player, Mo Alie-Cox, has been charged with misdemeanor assault and battery after he allegedly struck a female in the face outside of a Richmond night club on April 3.

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In order to learn the ins and outs of the human body, you have to cut a few of them open. Anatomical dissection has been a staple of medical education for centuries, but in the 1800s there were no legal measures in place for schools to acquire cadavers in the United States.

In the nineteenth century, MCV paid its janitor to rob graves

In order to learn the ins and outs of the human body, you have to cut a few of them open. Anatomical dissection has been a staple of medical education for centuries, but in the 1800s there were no legal measures in place for schools to acquire cadavers in the United States.

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Months after the VCU Quidditch team successfully raised enough funds to appear in the sport’s annual tournament, World Cup 8, the payoff was reached.

Community backs VCU’s Wizengamot Quidditch to compete at World Cup 8

Months after the VCU Quidditch team successfully raised enough funds to appear in the sport’s annual tournament, World Cup 8, the payoff was reached.

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The number of sexual assaults reported to the VCU police department has quadrupled in just the past year, which VCU officials say is a good sign for the future of preventing the crime

Sexual assault reports on VCU campuses quadruple in one year

The number of sexual assaults reported to the VCU police department has quadrupled in just the past year, which VCU officials say is a good sign for the future of preventing the crime

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VBHRC deadline approaching; VCU, Virginia Tech collaborate on neuroscience research

May 15 is the Virginia Biosciences Health Research Corporation’s final date for applications for their most recent grant, which is aimed at advancing medical research in the interest of saving lives.

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Employee guide for helping distressed students launches online

VCU launched an online platform intended to help faculty and staff better recognize signs of, and support, students in distress last week.

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Then-Gov. Tim Kaine had just arrived in Tokyo for a trade mission. Back in Richmond, it was Monday morning. Bill Leighty, Kaine’s chief of staff, wrote an email to members of the governor’s inner circle at 8:48 a.m.: “There is a preliminary and unconfirmed report that a student was shot and killed on the Virginia Tech campus this morning. Campus Police have reportedly called in the VSP to investigate.”

Tech massacre, as told in government emails

Then-Gov. Tim Kaine had just arrived in Tokyo for a trade mission. Back in Richmond, it was Monday morning. Bill Leighty, Kaine’s chief of staff, wrote an email to members of the governor’s inner circle at 8:48 a.m.: “There is a preliminary and unconfirmed report that a student was shot and killed on the Virginia […]

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VCU junior golfer Adam Ball extended his streak of top-25 finishes to four, leading his team to a respectable showing in the Irish Creek Intercollegiate tournament.

Ball’s top-5 finish help golf surge

VCU junior golfer Adam Ball extended his streak of top-25 finishes to four, leading his team to a respectable showing in the Irish Creek Intercollegiate tournament.

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