On a breezy Richmond Sunday, sharply dressed men and women filed out of a line of vintage automobiles, with picnic baskets in tow, while swing music filled the air.
When I came to VCU in August 2010, I entered as a freshman into the School of Mass Communications. Since I’ve been here, it has always been called just that: the VCU School of Mass Communications.
While some might find spending time in graveyards morbid or eerie, VCU graduate Christine Stoddard is fascinated by the folklore and legends behind them.
I’ve noticed an unlikely trend on our campus: People are riding Razor, kick scooters, the kind I’ve only ever witnessed little kids riding. It’s a really particular sight for a campus that often prides itself on being uncompromisingly trendy, fashionable and “in.”
Students and Richmond natives flooded the downtown Arts and Culture District last weekend for Fall Line Fest.