For months, the lot on the corner of Broad and Belvidere streets has remained vacant except for the sign designating it as the future home of the Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU. Last week, nearly 350 people gathered on that lot as VCUarts Dean Joe Seipel broke ground for the ICA.
Owners and patrons of Richmond’s “social oasis” for music, food and drinks, The Camel, will continue to wait on their zoning application, which would allow them to play live music until the early hours of the morning.
Richmond offers students more than just summer classes, work and a hot sun. In June, July and August, the city will host a number of festivals that VCU students can afford. Here are just some of the summer activities and festivals available to the students still in town.
The Republican primaries saw a big upset on Monday with former VCU economics professor, Dr. Dave Brat, beating out House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, the Associated Press reports.