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Entry Pass, vaccines, virtual classes: What you need to know as the spring semester approaches

VCU’s spring term will look a lot different. Here are key dates and changes to keep in mind.

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A majority of Virginians now say they are very likely to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

More than 7 in 10 say they are likely to get a vaccine, according to a new statewide poll conducted by the L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs.

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All VCU spring semester classes will begin virtually, except in instances where a student is involved in clinical and field placements, practica, co-ops, internships and other work-related experiential learning activities. (Allen Jones, University Marketing) [View Image]

VCU to open spring semester on virtual class schedule

The university hopes to resume in-person instruction on or before March 8.

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VCU has identified about 2,100 clinical students who qualify for vaccination. (File photo) [View Image]

VCU moves into next phase of vaccine rollout plan

Students in the clinical years of their training, in health programs that are involved in patient care and students in patient-facing environments will begin receiving COVID-19 vaccines Jan 12.

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Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, receives the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on Dec. 22. (NIH) [View Image]

Fauci: To crush COVID-19, U.S. must vaccinate ‘overwhelming majority’

The nation’s top infectious disease expert estimates a 70-85% vaccination rate to achieve herd immunity and emphasizes the importance of Black and brown Americans getting vaccinated.

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COVID-19 is now the leading cause of death in the U.S. [View Image] Research

COVID-19 is now the leading cause of death in the U.S.

An article in the Journal of the American Medical Association written by VCU researchers underscores the “calamitous scale” of the pandemic.

Entry Pass, vaccines, virtual classes: What you need to know as the spring semester approaches [View Image] Health

Entry Pass, vaccines, virtual classes: What you need to know as the spring semester approaches

VCU’s spring term will look a lot different. Here are key dates and changes to keep in mind.

RVA My Way: Jon Mirador [View Image] Students

RVA My Way: Jon Mirador

The city helps the interdisciplinary studies major satisfy his thirst for knowledge — and tea — while the James River provides an escape.

Moderates are about to hold an ‘enormous amount of power’ in Washington, VCU expert says [View Image] Faculty and staff

Moderates are about to hold an ‘enormous amount of power’ in Washington, VCU expert says

Cooperation between Democrats and Republicans will be a necessity, especially in the Senate.

Alum’s art projections transform the Lee monument — and land the cover of National Geographic [View Image] Alumni

Alum’s art projections transform the Lee monument — and land the cover of National Geographic

In an interview with VCU News, history graduate Alex Criqui discusses the work he and artist Dustin Klein have put into Reclaiming the Monument — a project they hope brings people together.

Poll: Majority say General Assembly special session failed to address systemic racism [View Image] Community

Poll: Majority say General Assembly special session failed to address systemic racism

Only 14% of Virginians felt that policies passed during the special session confront the issue while 18% feel that they do not address it at all.

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