While a partisan stalemate over Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2014-15 trickled along in Richmond this spring, a much more straightforward trend washed over the whole state of Virginia: tuition and fees for state-sponsored institutions increased across the board.
A joint resolution proposed in the Virginia General Assembly to memorialize the contributions of African American cadavers to the training of 19th century physicians in Richmond has an unlikely critic.
Legislation that would protect Virginians reporting drug overdoses was introduced earlier this month after years of lobbying by a VCU student organization, but the bill will have to wait until the 2015 General Assembly session to be heard.
VCU’s student-athletes may see changes to their disciplinary and enforcement policies next semester if a bill in the Virginia General Assembly passes this session.
Malian dignitaries met with students on Friday and Saturday during the Women, War and Peace Conference on campus to discuss the role women played in Mali’s recent conflict.