Election season is now in full swing in our state and also here at our university. Last week, the SGA Elections Committee successfully conducted its fall student Senate elections. We had around 50 candidates run for 25 seats. The results of the elections can be found at www.
In response to “Tired of Your Poor” (Oct. 8, p. 19), let’s stop for a minute and be a tad realistic: There is no way that America, or any other nation for that matter, is simply going to open up its borders to help people from any other nation. There is also no chance of there being an open citizenship policy in the U.
Richmond, with its interesting opportunities and activities at all times of the day, offers students of varying likes and attitudes a wide range of things to do. From downtown to the Fan, whether it’s a restaurant, a club, a concert or an art exhibit – there’s something for everyone.
We have a large, dynamic academic body that reaches new highs every year. With a prime location off several major interstates and within the heart of the capital city, VCU has arguably one of the most valuable locations for an academic establishment in the state.
Getting the word out about HIV
Thanks (to Mr. Hethcoat) for the very well written article “A Boy, a Girl and a Virus” (Oct.9). I understand that students have schedule conflicts and can’t get to all of the great programming that is offered at VCU, so your article allowed people to get some important information even if they couldn’t attend.