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‘Zenith,’ VCUarts 2020 fashion show, will feature many firsts

The show will include original music and garments for a variety of body types.

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Changing the way art students see their future careers

At VCU’s Center for the Creative Economy, aspiring creatives learn to apply their skills in the business world.

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Hallie Chametzky performs "22 Percent: A Disintegrating Data Visualization." [View Image]

Bold creative projects receive crucial backing from School of the Arts giving society

Pollak Society members provide more than $100,000 each year in unrestricted financial support for all 16 departments and programs within VCUarts, as well as the Institute for Contemporary Art.

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VCU selects ‘One Person, No Vote’ as its 2020-21 Common Book

“One Person, No Vote: How Voter Suppression is Destroying Our Democracy,” by Carol Anderson, Ph.D., has been selected as Virginia Commonwealth University’s 2020-21 Common Book.

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For VCU’s Capital News Service, student journalists cover massive gun rights rally

“It was an opportunity for students to put their classroom knowledge to the test and thrive under deadline pressure,” said instructor Veronica Garabelli.

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Student headlines

A model walks the runway at a fashion show. [View Image]

‘Zenith,’ VCUarts 2020 fashion show, will feature many firsts

The show will include original music and garments for a variety of body types.

Woman in medical scrubs on laptop computer, in library. [View Image]

VCU will offer accelerated bachelor’s program to John Tyler Community College nursing students

The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Nursing will begin offering an accelerated course of study to registered nursing students at John Tyler Community College in fall 2020, making this VCU’s third community college partnership for co-enrollment.

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University seeks nominations for annual PACME awards

2020 will mark the 26th class of the VCU Presidential Awards for Community Multicultural Enrichment.

Students and an instructor in a recording studio. [View Image]

Changing the way art students see their future careers

At VCU's Center for the Creative Economy, aspiring creatives learn to apply their skills in the business world.

Hallie Chametzky performs "22 Percent: A Disintegrating Data Visualization." [View Image]

Bold creative projects receive crucial backing from School of the Arts giving society

Pollak Society members provide more than $100,000 each year in unrestricted financial support for all 16 departments and programs within VCUarts, as well as the Institute for Contemporary Art.

VCU President Michael Rao, Ph.D. [View Image]

VCU President Michael Rao will deliver his State of the University Address on Thursday

Virginia Commonwealth University President Michael Rao, Ph.D., will discuss VCU’s national prominence during his seventh State of the University Address this week.

A hand holds a ballot over a ballot box. [View Image]

VCU selects ‘One Person, No Vote’ as its 2020-21 Common Book

“One Person, No Vote: How Voter Suppression is Destroying Our Democracy,” a 2018 book that explores the history of efforts to suppress African American voting participation, has been selected as Virginia Commonwealth University’s 2020-21 Common Book.

Young man writes on notepad in the midst of two protestors. [View Image]

For VCU’s Capital News Service, student journalists cover massive gun rights rally

“It was an opportunity for students to put their classroom knowledge to the test and thrive under deadline pressure,” said instructor Veronica Garabelli.

View more »