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The study provides important information for smokers who may be trying to use e-cigarettes as a means to cut down on their smoking habit.
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Both the Monroe Park and MCV campuses will be fully operational, though capacity in most buildings may still need to be reduced, university leaders say.
In the final installment of our series on VCU's miracle run to the 2011 Final Four, the Rams reflect on what they accomplished — and what they created.
Rescheduled from 2020, the River Management Society’s biennial event will celebrate the recovery and adaptive use of local and statewide rivers, streams and creeks.
Students in the VCU service-learning course Hispanic Immigrants in the U.S. are continuing to make a difference.
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“If we have a relative rate of vaccination that’s aligned with our relative rate of infection and death, that’s a more equitable approach.”
After a rough start in college, Newman will earn her Ph.D. from VCU this spring. She aspires to promote diversity, community and social justice in education.
Social media groups are allowing people to form strong communities around shared beliefs — even if they aren’t true. To discuss this with loved ones requires a careful approach.
The director of the Disney+ short “Lamp Life” speaks with VCU News about the creativity, humor, endurance and collaboration that goes into creating the characters and worlds we love.
What does someone do when a friend or relative believes that a Satan-worshiping group within the federal government is running a child sex ring? Or that voting machines changed votes? Or that COVID-19 is a plot to put a microchip in someone’s body? Conspiracy theories like these are common, and they are dividing more and more families. Caddie Alford, an assistant professor in the Department of English in the College of Humanities and Sciences at VCU, has some advice.