As part of VCU’s efforts to expand the university’s cultural horizons, the Global Education Office will launch its Friendship Families and Cultural Exchange, or FFACE program, in late January.
Megan Browning, a jobless VCU student in 2010, turned to Craigslist to find work and ended up becoming the lead singer of The Killing Daylights, a Richmond based band with ‘90s roots.
VCU’s first-year painting and printmaking graduate students worked together to create and curate a show titled “Blind Date,” which is on display at the Fine Arts Building Gallery until the end of the week.
In just a few days, we will all become witnesses to the most American holiday: Black Friday.
VCU is home to more than 500 student organizations, and all of them often require financial aid from the university. The overbearing financial process at our school for legitimate requests, however, proves to be a hindrance for clubs.