Replicas of artifacts from colonial Virginia to the Sea of Galilee could be found at the Archaeology Around the World event last week on the bottom floor of the VCU Globe building.
Hundreds of parents and students stood in a long line as they waited for the doors of the Commonwealth Ballroom to open in order to see the numerous scholarship opportunities held within the room.
A team of female VCU students will undertake a massive challenge this fall — to unearth some of the root causes for the failing American healthcare system.
One night while taking a break from excavating and researching in Israel, a group of VCU students were outside when they saw what appeared to be flares go straight into the sky. When those flares began to curve in their direction and a teacher ordered for them to run inside, senior religious studies and psychology major Zavi Harman ran for safety with the others.
The 2014 U.S. News & World Report has ranked the VCU Medical Center as the best hospital in the Richmond area.