VCU is a unique school in hundreds of ways, primarily because of its urban-centered campus. While this is a great place for students to become acclimated to city living, it can make the transition from on-campus to off-campus housing a bit more difficult than on other campuses. VCU doesn’t require students to live on-campus, and has a lottery system for upperclassmen housing, so finding off-campus housing is the route many students take.
At first mention, Indie Lab RVA might sound like a great organization name for a film student or dog enthusiast to ponder.
Colored lights stream from all directions as a single, pulsing beat moves through hundreds of bodies dancing in the dark. The DJ controlling the beat from the stage asks if everyone is ready for “the drop.”
As the dust settles on VCU’s 2015 Homecoming Week, students are sadly struggling back into school mode just in time for midterms. But it doesn’t all have to be over, as students are already reflecting on their homecoming experience and preparing for next year.