Summer in Richmond means hot days and even hotter nights. For students who choose to stay here in the summer, or may be stuck here because of summer classes, there are a myriad of events to stay entertained while everyone else is out of town.
While many students associate research with the science, math and technology fields, two VCUarts students are changing that perception by presenting research in the form of a fashion show Saturday, May 2 at the Middle of Broad storefront.
Hannah Huddle wants to bridge the gap between science and art. She’s not the first, but she is the first to use the prothonotary warbler as her medium.
Since Panda Express opened its doors, the line of students gathered inside and sometimes outside the restaurant has garnered attention, but another Chinese restaurant on the same street, Panda Garden, quietly closed their doors last week.
On Friday, April 3, a balmy 75 degree evening, scores of Richmonders gathered and traversed the monthly art walk down Broad and Main streets. Although rain and thunderstorms threatened to send everyone home, they held off until almost everyone had the chance to check out the galleries.