Projects, essays and final exams did not stop close to 300 VCU students and other Richmond residents from shutting down Broad Street Wednesday night to protest against police brutality.
One outlet for stressed students during final exam season is the University Counseling Services, which offers walk-in “crisis counseling” from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays as well as routinely scheduled sessions.
With a giant inflated reindeer, “Legendary Santa” and numerous marching bands along the way, the city of Richmond will host its 31st annual Christmas Parade Dec. 6.
For most, costumes of demons and devils disappeared with the end of Halloween.
Virginia college students may be even harder-pressed for spare change if the Virginia General Assembly passes Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s plan to implement a higher alcohol tax this session.