VCU announced Wednesday morning that Wal-Mart would be coming to campus.
VCU’s associate vice president of Facilities Management Brian Ohlinger is set to retire on May 10 after 17 years at the university.
The basement of the James W. Black Music Center was remodeled for VCU Facilities Management storage at the beginning of this semester, leaving music students who are desperate for more practice space questioning when the need will be addressed.
The flooding of the third-level basement of Sanger Hall late last year resulted in about $6 million in damages, but because Virginia public institutions are self-insured for damages up to $4 million, VCU’s private insurance company will foot the remainder of the bill.
Students can expect construction on the Monroe Park campus to continue in 2014 with improvements to Cabell library, construction of two new dorms and at least four other projects already slated.