Letter From the Editor

August 22, 2016

I’m going to keep this short and sweet because — full disclosure — it is 1:11 a.m. on Monday (yes, today) and I am still sitting in front of a computer trying to make a Read More

Why we stand with Black lives

August 22, 2016

If America’s violent summer should have reminded us of anything, it’s that the struggle for Black justice and dignity and fundamental fairness under the law is ongoing. This is not new. This began long before George Read More

A Brief Preparation for Dying

July 7, 2016

I think it’s important for Black people to be able share their emotions with as many other Black people as they want, when they physically and emotionally can do so. Often times, the internet is Read More

Nothing feels as good as pizza tastes

May 2, 2016

Everyone is familiar with the commercials where a six-foot-something model gloriously tiptoes out from behind a silk curtain buck naked with a seductive smile on her face as her abs twist and her thighs stride Read More

Hanging by a thread; your life is not over

April 25, 2016

Monica Houston Opinion Editor In the past year alone, VCU has done more wrong for its students than right. A lack of diversity in students and staff, displacing more than 1,000 upperclassmen from dorms and Read More

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