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VCU faculty and students attend a "topping-off" ceremony at the in-progress Engineering Research Building. Read more

News

Amid the boom of craft beer, Virginia colleges train brewers and business and quality assurance professionals to meet growing industry needs. Read more

Education

The university prepares for more expansion, improvements to campus. Read more

Education

Richmond medical professionals are embracing a surgical protocol that leads to less time in the hospital and fewer infections and readmissions. Read more

Health

Seasonal jobs offer experience, life lessons and the occasional snake encounter. Read more

NEWS & FEATURES

Sociologist, VCU professor and author Tressie McMillan Cottom thinks thick, talks fast and challenges the status quo. Read more

Features

How a drifting freshman found his “family” — and his way. Read more

Education

Where “mercenary scientists” once helped to cast doubt on the dangers of smoking, researchers now lead efforts to assess the effects of e-cigarettes. Read more

Features

Richmond’s French Film Festival returns for its 27th year March 28-31. Read more

Stage & Screen

A report shows that Virginia anticipates more people will seek treatment for opioid use, and it has the resources available to serve them. Read more

Health

Richmond businesses and universities embrace sustainability. Read more

NEWS & FEATURES

CBD and other pot compounds that don’t deliver a high are touted as mini medical miracles, but legal and regulatory issues remain. Read more

Health

A new scholarship in memory of Bryan DeVasher will continue his legacy of preparing students for careers in media. Read more

News

The curator and educator takes the helm at the Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU Dec. 1. Read more

Arts

An app connects impaired drivers with rides at Virginia Tech, Reynolds names its first female president, VUU Panthers tip off at Duke University. Read more

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A VCU educator receives a Fulbright award to pilot a soccer coaching program in rural South Africa. Read more

Education

Descendants of those buried at Evergreen Cemetery will help guide its restoration. Read more

News

The city park is set to reopen in late August after a nearly $7 million, 18-month renovation. Read more

News

A VCU researcher says loving-kindness meditation may be good medicine for an aging population. Read more

Health

At VCU, arts faculty push for better part-time wages. Read more

Education

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