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Illustration by Mira Ko

Minority culture still missing from textbooks, classes despite achievments

American history books addressing social issues, written by historians for high school curriculums, fail to adequately represent minority culture.

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Illustration by KALI GREGAN

One year later, not enough

One year after the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown, protesters returned to the streets of Ferguson, Missouri.

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Illustration by Maggie Vandeveer

Post-grad (un)employment

As I begin my last year in college, I have been thinking more about my fate post-grad. Most of the people I know who have graduated, from VCU in particular, have had tremendous difficulty finding a career after they’ve graduated.

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Illustration by Norine King

Looking past the media frenzy for 2016

The current presidential candidates are being discussed on every news channel, and almost every Twitter or Facebook feed.

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Missouri continues to be the site of great racial tension and turmoil, following the killing of Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson on Aug. 9, 2014 in Ferguson.

Resignations follow mayor’s election

Missouri continues to be the site of great racial tension and turmoil, following the killing of Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson on Aug. 9, 2014 in Ferguson.

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A friend of mine used to go on about the beauty of writing but rarely did it. He tried to at one point. He was decent at it but I suspect if he would have kept going he could have been great. His excuse was that he was afraid to be in his head. He had it all wrong. You don’t write to get into your head, you write to get out of your head.

Making a mark on today’s world

A friend of mine used to go on about the beauty of writing but rarely did it. He tried to at one point. He was decent at it but I suspect if he would have kept going he could have been great. His excuse was that he was afraid to be in his head. He […]

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Hillary Clinton’s announcement that she is running for president came right after her email scandal, where it was uncovered that she used a private email address for government business.

Hillary’s email scandal sign of a larger problem

Hillary Clinton’s announcement that she is running for president came right after her email scandal, where it was uncovered that she used a private email address for government business.

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School of Pharmacy associate professor Yan Zhang, Ph.D., received a grant of $1.9 million by the National Institutes of Health in order to continue drug development research. What Zhang hopes to accomplish through the research is to develop new chemical entities that would help treat substance abuse disorders.

Leave my head alone

School of Pharmacy associate professor Yan Zhang, Ph.D., received a grant of $1.9 million by the National Institutes of Health in order to continue drug development research. What Zhang hopes to accomplish through the research is to develop new chemical entities that would help treat substance abuse disorders.

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