Student Katie Hines is interviewed. [View Image]
VCU Globe student Madeline Doane discusses her interest in bringing a greater understanding of politics to VCU and international students through campus events she has helped host and moderate.
VCU Globe student Nadya Syazsa speaks about how she performs the traditional dance of her native country, Indonesia.
VCU alumna Majesta Doré Legnini speaks about the rare disease she lived with during her time at VCU, her involvement with bringing awareness to rare diseases and the issue of homelessness on campus.
VCU Globe student, Paul Dumitrescu, discusses his experience volunteering at Falling Creek Middle school, his interaction with students and his determination to increase interest in careers in science.
VCU Globe student, Nora Neagoe, speaks of her painting exhibition "Shadows of Red" showing at Red Amp Audio. Nora describes the meaning behind her exhibition and how she hopes it will affect those who view it.
English Language Program student Song Li talks about her journey while applying to VCU's Arts Education graduate program before being accepted for the fall 2019 semester. Song also discusses how the ELP has helped her and her favorite aspects of the program.
Kamyar Sharifi shares how the VCU Globe living-learning program has impacted his social, academic and research experience.
VCU first-year student, Andrew Connelly received a special surprise this week. Out of 3,000 applicants, he was the sole recipient of the GoOverseas scholarship to study abroad in Ireland next fall.
Jimmy Nguyen shares why he chose to study abroad and how doing so encouraged him try more new things.
English Language Program graduate Faisal Hayat will begin studies as an undergraduate in the political science department in spring 2017. Hayat is also is a professional football player for the Spain national football team.