Richmond offers students more than just summer classes, work and a hot sun. In June, July and August, the city will host a number of festivals that VCU students can afford. Here are just some of the summer activities and festivals available to the students still in town.
Students waited in long lines to get into this semester’s Midnight Breakfast buffet in Shafer Dining Hall on Monday night. The Student Government Association sponsored the event, which celebrates the end of the semester with unlimited free pancakes, eggs, bacon, smoothies and more.
Ten students who work behind the scenes were recognized at the Southeastern Theatre Conference as winners in their respective categories for costume, props, sound, set and lighting designs.
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.
VCU has insufficient funds to put towards financial aid and has the highest number of students in-need out of any state university in Virginia.