VCU student government to hold elections this week

April 2, 2018

VCU’s Student Government Association will hold its executive officer elections this week. Students will be voting on three positions: Vivek Kuruvilla running unopposed for president. Zara Zahid running unopposed for vice president of Graduate and Read More

The Vintage for Lovers

March 26, 2018

Vendors, collectors, makers and artists came together on March 25 at the Hippodrome Theater in Jackson Ward to sell products and network with the ultimate goal of raising money for the VCU Massey Cancer Center. Read More

4 takeaways from “Beyond the Politics”

March 19, 2018

The Commonwealth Times held a panel discussion Friday to talk about America’s gun crisis in response to the Parkland school shooting last month. The event featured four panelists ranging from liberal, moderate and conservative. It Read More

Protestors Demand Fair Pay, Locked Tuition

March 7, 2018

Dozens of students, faculty members, alumni, and community members took to the street on the evening of February 28 to protest Virginia Commonwealth University’s acquisition of the Mansion 534 building on February 8. The event, Read More

RamSafe not so safe, some students say

February 12, 2018

RamSafe, VCU’s free night bus program, has received significant complaints over wait times following changes to their system. RamSafe upgraded to ‘TapRide’ in December of last year, a system including enhanced bus driver tracking and Read More

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