A Twisted American Dream come true

November 14, 2017

Bertram Ashe, author of “Twisted: My Dreadlock Chronicles,” focused on the role of hairstyle-based identification during a talk to VCU honors students Nov. 8th. Ashe, an English professor at University of Richmond, discussed segments of Read More

Continuing the quest for diversity

March 28, 2016

On what seemed to be a typical fall Wednesday at Virginia Commonwealth University, a group of dozens of students gathered in the Compass, just between the Cabell Library and Shafer Dining Court, to voice concerns Read More

#OscarsSoWhite… but what about VCU?

February 15, 2016

The 2016 Academy Awards Ceremony is already marred with controversy due to its bleached pool of nominees(–)but how do the VCUarts Theatre and Cinema departments measure up? The Oscars ceremony has faced criticism due to Read More

President’s diversity forum overflows Salons

November 18, 2015

Students, faculty and staff overflowed Richmond Salons 3 and 4 in the Student Commons on Wednesday, during the president’s hour-long diversity forum. President Michael Rao and a group of collective black students, Black VCU Speaks, opened Read More

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