Registration for summer classes is under way, but with some of the sessions as short as three weeks, can students really retain a semester’s worth of education in a fraction of the time?
At this point in the semester, our classes are in full swing and Cabell Library is becoming a familiar second home for many of us as late-night studying and all-night cram sessions grow in prevalence.
Virginia’s public universities are delving deeper into students’ pockets to help compensate for athletic department losses. VCU is no exception, according to a report released by the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission in September.
Paul Loeb, an American social and political activist and author of Soul of a Citizen, lectured to students on the importance of getting involved to create a positive social change during a special lecture event celebrating Constitution Day on Tuesday, Sep. 17.