In the days following the men’s basketball team losing a big piece of their identity, there is a new battle cry for the team “HAVOC.” Next man up.
VCU’s senior photography class is doing more than just submitting photographs for their senior showcase — the 31 students have collaborated to do everything from raising thousands of dollars, to painting and spackling the venue to make their show a reality.
This spring, sculpture majors are faced with a daunting decision: to host their senior showcase in one of the VCU Arts buildings or to outsource their production to one of the many galleries in the Richmond Art District.
For all the acclaim Shaka Smart’s team gets, the best basketball player on VCU’s campus might not be on his roster.
The Students for Social Action celebrated on Thursday, Feb. 6 the anniversary of the Living Wage Campaign, a project at VCU to build awareness for income inequity for VCU employees, particularly adjunct teachers and Aramark employees. Students participated in a panel forum in the Richmond Salons.