As student debt soars as high as ever, Virginia state legislators should look to encourage college co-op programs at public universities as a potential solution to the unemployment hurdles that some recent graduates are experiencing.
VCU is home to more than 500 student organizations, and all of them often require financial aid from the university. The overbearing financial process at our school for legitimate requests, however, proves to be a hindrance for clubs.
As American society shifts to the realm of the digital, the poor are increasingly faced with the struggles that accompany not having Internet access. In Richmond, tech company Lionlike recently announced a plan to help combat what experts call the digital divide with a public Wi-Fi service.
In Virginia, we have two major choices for governor: the corrupt religious zealot Republican Ken Cuccinelli or the spineless swindler Democrat Terry McAuliffe.
Let’s face it: One word that doesn’t describe Richmond’s roads is modern.