VCU, the Fan community and the city of Richmond are working together to provide dumpsters for students to throw their trash in, rather than leave it on the sidewalk as students beginning moving out for the year.
A major election is coming up in November. Every seat in the House of Representatives is up for election, along with one-third of the Senate seats. Based on dozens of credible projections, I have been able to get an idea of what the 114th Congress may look like.
Students performed spoken word, dancing and singing during the annual Soul Food Café on Monday night.
Antonio Garcia is no stranger to the spotlight — in fact, just a few months ago he wrote, arranged and performed a piece with VCU Jazz alumni at Nelson Mandela’s U.S. memorial service in Washington, D.C. This month, Garcia will lead Jazz Orchestra I when they perform at the Singleton Center on Feb. 13.
Richmond’s drag queens came dressed to impress for Queer Action at VCU’s annual Drag Ball Night in the University Commons on Friday, Nov. 9.