Replicas of artifacts from colonial Virginia to the Sea of Galilee could be found at the Archaeology Around the World event last week on the bottom floor of the VCU Globe building.
The stigma of fortune telling has created an abundance of misconceptions for years that have unfortunately never truly been clarified. Divination, also known as fortune telling, follows its own unique code and language of symbols. Therefore, it is its own art form. Because divination is considered to be a taboo subject most of the false claims about this ancient method of intuitively understanding the present moment, as well as the past and future, are that it originated from witchcraft and devil worship. Contrary to popular belief, fortune telling did not become what it is today by the brew and bubbles of a cauldron or the sacrificial ceremonies conducted around a satanic pentagram.
A team of female VCU students will undertake a massive challenge this fall — to unearth some of the root causes for the failing American healthcare system.
The 2014 U.S. News & World Report has ranked the VCU Medical Center as the best hospital in the Richmond area.
The VCU baseball team’s season ended with a lost to George Mason University 3-2 in the Atlantic 10 Tournament final on May 24 in St. Louis, Missouri.