Living-learning communities and villages are just one more option VCU students have when researching their housing options.
News recently broke that VCU would spend an incredible amount of money building a new basketball practice facility — a head-turning $25 million.
Drinking has been a part of the college experience for decades and doesn’t seem to be going anywhere.
Students have been robbed — not of their possessions, but of their right to a fair hearing by university judicial systems.
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.