Richmond ranks high in violent crime

November 19, 2017

Richmond had one of the highest murder rates last year among mid-size U.S. cities, according to an analysis of local and federal data. Richmond, which has about 223,000 residents, had 59 murders and non-negligent manslaughter Read More

Study: VCU had second-highest tuition hike

November 19, 2017

According to a report from Virginia Public Radio, VCU’s tuition has risen 111 percent, the second greatest rise in higher-education institutions in Virginia from 2008 to 2016. The College of William and Mary ranks No.1 Read More

Quinones sheds light on national opioid crisis

November 12, 2017

Author and investigative journalist Sam Quinones urged the community to change how they address the ongoing opioid epidemic facing the U.S. on Nov. 6. During his talk at VCU. Quinones, renowned author of “Dreamland: The Read More

Democrats sweep statewide elections

November 12, 2017

More than 34 percent of college students showed up to the polls Nov. 7 and voted overwhelmingly Democrat, according to Virginia Public Access Project. This comes as a stark increase to the roughly 26 percent Read More

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