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Titus Andronicus performs at Webster Hall in New York City on Sept. 6, 2014. They will play at The Camel in Richmond on Sept. 13, 2015. PHOTO courtesy  of Carly hoskins/Thisischuck.org

Titus Andronicus: a peculiar band on the road to RVA

Titus Andronicus is touring for the release of their latest album, “A Most Lamentable Tragedy,” and will make a stop at one of Richmond’s local venues, The Camel, on Sept. 13.

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Alchemy Coffee, next to The Depot at VCU, is still preparing for the bike race, but they’re expecting a decline in business. PHOTO BY Anastasia garvin

Businesses brace for UCI’s anticipated 450,000 spectators

With the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Road World Championships only 19 days away, Richmond’s local businesses are taking caution and making preparations for the quickly approaching event.

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Ross Volpe spins tracks at the DMC U.S. Finals in Brooklyn. Under the name DJ Throdown, Volpe has been performing since before his graduation from VCU in 2007. PHOTO courtesy of Andrew volpe

VCU grad throws down in national DJ competition

If you had told Ross Volpe at his graduation from VCU Arts that he would be competing at one of the most prestigious disc jockeying competitions in the country eight years later, he would have thought you were crazy.

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TheatreVCU kick-starts new season with the Pumpkin Pie Commencement

TheatreVCU has an exciting lineup of shows for their upcoming season featuring “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” “In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play)” and other risque performances.

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VCU Dance department students perform at the Grace Street Theatre. Photo by Sarah FergusoN, Courtesy of Lea Marshall

VCU Dance prepares for 35th anniversary season

To celebrate the 35th anniversary of VCU’s Department of Dance and Choreography, the 2015-16 season will feature everything from an alumni show to a guest artist presentation in collaboration with the Modlin Center for the Arts.

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Infographic by Sarah Butler

Fulbright grants send six VCU alum around the world

A new batch of Virginia Commonwealth University alumni have received Fulbright scholarships, granting new opportunities for personal and professional growth for the six recipients during the 2015-16 academic year.

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illustration by Megan James

Know Your Rights

In light of the murder of Sandra Bland, I’ve felt it extremely necessary to talk about police brutality.

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CampusWise brings cheaper textbook service to VCU

CampusWise, a new textbook service, offers VCU students a new method for getting their school supplies for cheap this sem

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