Noah Fleischman, Contributing Writer When the NCAA approved the name, image, likeness policy over the summer, VCU freshman forward Jalen DeLoach said he immediately knew […]
In an effort to stop sexual assault on college campuses, VCU’s student-athletes hosted an awareness campaign at the Compass between Shafer and Cabell Library on Thursday, April 16 called, “It’s On Us.”
On Aug. 25, VCU’s Director of Athletics Ed McLaughlin announced plans for a new academic space to be built for all student-athletes. The announcements comes after student-athletes posted the highest Academic Progress Rate (982) in school history.
It’s the time of year when you hear about the sometimes hundreds of thousands of dollars schools make from the NCAA tournament, thanks to student-athletes.
Think about the last time you heard about a situation that went on with the student-athletes who violated the VCU Code of Ethics here at VCU.