Airbnb hosts face legal limbo

September 15, 2015 Executive Editor 0

In 2011, the city announced it would be hosting one of the largest sporting events in the world — but there was an important question left unanswered: Where will all the visitors sleep?

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Student organization seeks improved accessibility

April 7, 2015 admin 1

Accessibility for people with disabilities is something that rarely crosses people’s mind if they aren’t affected by the issue. However, VCU wants to change that and bring the issue to the forefront of discussions.

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An empire state of mind

April 5, 2015 admin 0

Silver wire fences, heavy machinery and concrete adorn the city blocks. Odd bits of modern and contemporary architecture take root where brick-face real estate once stood. What was once flat terrain becomes tall, both in structure and in power.

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Making the transition from on-campus to off-campus

March 23, 2015 admin 0

VCU is a unique school in hundreds of ways, primarily because of its urban-centered campus. While this is a great place for students to become acclimated to city living, it can make the transition from on-campus to off-campus housing a bit more difficult than on other campuses. VCU doesn’t require students to live on-campus, and has a lottery system for upperclassmen housing, so finding off-campus housing is the route many students take.