VCU’s women volleyball team has won five straight matches, improving their overall record to 7-7. The Rams’ defeated Davidson College in both team’s Atlantic 10 conference opener on Sept. 27 as well as besting the College of William & Mary on the road on Tuesday, Sept. 23. On Sept. 19-20, the Lady Rams dominated their season home-opener, sweeping the competition 3-0.
The first convention for makers was held at the Virginia Science Museum Sept. 27, bringing creative minds from all over the city together to present their latest projects.
Starting the 2014-15 season with a bang, VCU Theatre is presenting a modern interpretation of the Shakespearian classic, “Macbeth.”
A man named Omar Gonzales recently made headlines after he charged across the north lawn of the White House with a knife. The reason is best summed up by the CNN headline: “White House fence jumper has PTSD.” There are dozens of headlines like it, and stories like this pop up perennially claiming post-traumatic stress disorder turns veterans into “ticking time bombs” one flashback away from going on a rampage. As an Army veteran diagnosed with service-related PTSD, I am absolutely tired of hearing this.