Airbnb hosts face legal limbo

September 15, 2015 Executive Editor 0

In 2011, the city announced it would be hosting one of the largest sporting events in the world — but there was an important question left unanswered: Where will all the visitors sleep?

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Students drowning in debt across Virginia

July 10, 2014 Executive Editor 1

While a partisan stalemate over Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2014-15 trickled along in Richmond this spring, a much more straightforward trend washed over the whole state of Virginia: tuition and fees for state-sponsored institutions increased across the board.

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Potential library fee will benefit student body

April 30, 2014 Executive Editor 0

As most students may know by now, Cabell library is currently undergoing a $50.8 million construction project. This means that almost 93,000 square feet of new space will be added to the facility and the existing 63,000 square feet of space will be completely renovated and improved, according to VCU News.

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Credit line to fund campus construction projects

April 1, 2014 Executive Editor 0

The Board of Visitors approved a line of credit for up to $60 million that will allow the university to get bids from financial institutions to fund three projects on campus: the Institute for Contemporary Art, the new basketball training facility and renovations for Sanger Hall.