A season ago, VCU’s women’s basketball program was faced with modest expectations coming off of an 11-19 campaign in the 2012-13 season. The Rams responded by doubling their win total and earning a postseason bid to the Women’s National Invitational Tournament. A lot has changed since the team was defeated by the Princeton University Tigers late in March, and the Rams will be looking to find their comfort zone early in the season under the tutelage of new head coach Beth O’Boyle.
A mandatory student library fee may be installed soon to help finance the hiring of extra staff needed for the renovated building.
Students performed spoken word, dancing and singing during the annual Soul Food Café on Monday night.
One of VCU’s first African American administrators is retiring at semester’s end, leaving behind an institution he watched grow from its infancy and transform the city he grew up in.
After nearly five years as VCU president, Michael Rao is still working to balance state budget cuts and the lofty goals he set for the university with his Quest for Distinction strategic plan.