Ten students who work behind the scenes were recognized at the Southeastern Theatre Conference as winners in their respective categories for costume, props, sound, set and lighting designs.
Three days after the VCU baseball team dropped an extra-inning affair to No. 1 University of Virginia, the Rams bounced back with a 5-2 victory against the University of Rhode Island on Friday, April 26.
After months of writing, illustrating, coloring and designing, a group of VCU comic artists will be releasing the school’s first anthology of student-made comics, titled “WEIRD.”
The VCU men’s tennis team hit a slump in March, losing four of its last six contests. However, the Rams rebounded in April with a blowout win against Norfolk State University, which improved their record to 13-9 on the year.
VCU alumnus Chris Visions will hold a signing party at Velocity Comics on April 5 to celebrate the publication of his artwork in the comic series “Dead Letters.”