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In the nineteenth century, MCV paid its janitor to rob graves

May 2, 2015 admin 0

In order to learn the ins and outs of the human body, you have to cut a few of them open. Anatomical dissection has been a staple of medical education for centuries, but in the 1800s there were no legal measures in place for schools to acquire cadavers in the United States.

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Diversity and inclusion at center of town hall

March 17, 2015 admin 0

During a town hall meeting titled Reaffirming VCU’s Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion on Monday VCU President Michael Rao was confronted with questions of his school’s ability to transform his vision into tangible accomplishments.

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VCU rich with Syracuse 8 history

February 23, 2015 Executive Editor 1

In our lives, there comes a time to reflect on a moment, when all was risked for the betterment of another individual or group. Few can relish such moments or events, where the prosperity of their successors was more important than that of their own.