Whereas the name LipLoveLine is meant to identify Williams’ new line of lip products, it could just as easily denote the long line of VCU connections that helped her bring that dream to reality.
Rabia Kamara, founder of Ruby Scoops ice cream parlor, dazzled the judges throughout the season.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell risks inflation getting out of control and his assurance that the central bank can keep it in check neglects to mention this would require traumatic surgery, said former Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker.
Will Sheffey faced challenges with incredible positivity. After he died, his fraternity vowed to keep his legacy alive.
The VCU School of Business grad and Ruby Scoops owner is one of six ice cream innovators competing on “Clash of the Cones” to create a new flavor for the iconic brand.
As the Games close, VCU’s Brendan Dwyer says sports fans need to re-humanize our athletes, who represent our triumphs, failures and everything in between.
Richmond Times Dispatch article on getting to know Garret Westlake, Executive director of the VCU da Vinci Center for Innovation, a collaboration of Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Arts, School of Business and the colleges of Engineering
“If Richmond were a breed of dog, which breed would it be?” This is not the question you might expect in an industry talk about “Commercial Real Estate and the Future of the Office Market.”
VCU Brandcenter copywriting professor Holly Hessler discusses the change and why choosing a new team name “is one of the hardest jobs out there.”
A VCU expert discusses the rise in demonstrations among athletes, and explains the need to “move away from reducing athletes to their athletic identity and view them as humans first.”
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