Final exams have been moved from May 2 to April 30 due to the CapTech USA Cycling competiton running through the heart of the Monroe Park campus during the scheduled finals week.
Virginia political leaders on Tuesday held a debate on the birth control mandate of the Affordable Care Act in the Academic Learning Commons. State Senator John Edwards, D-Roanoke, and Delegate Robert Marshall, R-Manassas, debated issues relating to House Bill 18, a bill introduced in the General Assembly by Marshall that would have allowed insurance companies to choose not to offer birth control coverage.
After Saturday night’s 92-71 win against Winthrop University, the VCU men’s basketball team is 3-0 for the first time in the last three seasons.
The fourth annual VCU Flamenco Festival series began this Friday, Nov. 1. VCU Arts’ Department of Music in partnership with WCVE Public Radio hosted the first event, Flamenco Fiesta, at the Singleton Center for the Performing Arts.
Students and staff called for action against potential racial profiling during a panel discussion hosted by the Black Education Student Association on Monday, Oct. 28. VCU Police chief John Venuti and others presented topics and answered questions by students about the potential for racial profiling around campus.