Rams run off on the track twice

February 8, 2016

Erika Robinson, Contributing Writer   As a result of Winter Storm Jonah, Virginia Tech was forced to cancel its track meet on Jan. 29-30 and VCU’s women’s indoor track and field team took the track again Read More

Women’s Basketball goes one-of-two at the Stu

February 8, 2016

Zach Joachim, Contributing writer Women’s basketball split a pair of conference home games last week to remain in seventh place in the Atlantic 10 race. Duquesne University and St. Bonaventure University visited the Stu on Sunday, Read More

RAM IN ACTION: Daisy Alaeze

February 8, 2016

For the women’s basketball team, the Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament is just around the corner, with the championship potentially being the peak performance for the Lady Rams this year. “I don’t even think we have Read More

Women’s lacrosse prepares to lax to the max

February 8, 2016

Sophia Belletti, Staff Writer The wait is almost over: VCU women’s lacrosse is soon to have their moment. As the team prepares for its debut Division 1 schedule, the roster currently has 23 players; two transfer Read More

Colonials snap men’s hoops 12 game win streak

February 8, 2016

Sophia Belletti, Staff writer The George Washington University snapped VCU’s 12-game win streak in nail biting fashion, handing the Rams their first conference loss, 72-69. “These games come down to two or three possessions, and Read More

Newton’s law of silencing critics

February 1, 2016

As the opening kick-off for SuperBowl L is just under a week away, all talk has been centered around a single issue, seemingly engulfing American society. Instead of anticipating the erratic commercials for an out-of-date cheesy Read More

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