If you walk through the glass doors and past the galleries to the back of the Depot on Broad St., you’ll find a studio space where VCUarts students in the interdisciplinary motion capture class have been learning 3D animation techniques over the last five weeks.
The Wizengamot Quidditch Club of VCU will split into two teams this fall, with one being official and the other unofficial to include a larger variety of students interested in the sport.
After dedicating several hours to auditions, one VCU student made it to the second round of American Idol and sang her heart out in front of celebrity judges. Due to her nerves taking over, the judges told Joi Hamm her Idol run would end in Kansas City, Missouri.
On Sunday, August 17, one soft-spoken poet led a group of more than 200 people from Monroe Park to the steps of the John Marshall court building in a rally called “Operation: Injustice (We Stand with Ferguson).”
As a young girl, Elgie Sherrod would watch dancers on television and dream of becoming a ballerina. Now taking the lead as the next department chair of dance at VCU, Sherrod will help other students reach their dreams.