These projects bring money into the city and help the school in like fashion, but they come with some negatives; one is in the behavior of a booming student body, the other, the new sense of community that VCU’s expansion brings.
As American society shifts to the realm of the digital, the poor are increasingly faced with the struggles that accompany not having Internet access. In Richmond, tech company Lionlike recently announced a plan to help combat what experts call the digital divide with a public Wi-Fi service.
Richmond isn’t allowed to promote itself as the “River City” if it lets its sole river run to ruin.
VCU’s Office of Sustainability is continuing its efforts to implement green initiatives on campus. In particular, the management of the university’s waste.
Approximately 300 students may have been exposed to tuberculosis, according to an alert posted on the VCU website today.