This year’s homecoming week week was one of firsts: the first homecoming held in the fall and the first homecoming tailgate before the men’s basketball game. The week’s festivities started on Nov. 8 with a Read More
On Nov. 11, VCU students stood in solidarity with students at the University of Missouri. Read the full story here.
Oct. 10 marked the 20th anniversary of Minister Louis Farrakhan’s historic Million Man March on Washington that, much like the theme in 1995, fixated on issues of institutionalized racial inequality. The event drew people Read More
JAMES THOMA Contributing Writer “LEAVE ME BE!!! OR FACE A MOST MALEVOLENT WIZARDING!!” reads the fresh speech bubble hanging over the Wizard of Cary street’s head. “The Wizard” is a mural looming above the GRTC Read More
Hardywood Brewery played host to the Alumni Charity Challenge last week, an event that began in Richmond three years ago and collects canned food for the charity Feedmore. The challenge pits universities against each Read More
Community members gathered at Art 180 gallery for the opening of “Performing Statistics,” an installation of interactive art created by ten incarcerated youths, meant to foster meaningful dialogue about the U.S. prison system, school-to-prison pipeline, Read More