The Internet has brought with it an increase of people who can’t mind their own business. The cloak of usernames provides cowards with the perfect chance to intrude into the lives of others and pass unfair judgement.
College students from across Virginia met at the General Assembly this past week to lobby legislators about progressive issues, such as Medicaid expansion, women’s reproductive rights and education for undocumented students.
The Virginia Senate Transportation committee recently approved a bill increasing the distance at which cars must pass bicycles, from two to three feet.
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs held the conversation, “What is in the Mascot?” a student led event discussing the misrepresentation of Native Americans in modern society as part of the Native American Heritage Month celebration on Thursday, Nov. 14.
When I came to VCU in August 2010, I entered as a freshman into the School of Mass Communications. Since I’ve been here, it has always been called just that: the VCU School of Mass Communications.