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Paula Ferrada gets her COVID-19 shot. (Kevin Morley, University Marketing) [View Image]

Five things to know about the COVID-19 vaccine

In this VCU Health video diary, Dr. Paula Ferrada explains why she got vaccinated and why you should, too.

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What to know about Entry Pass, the digital tool VCU is using to promote public health compliance

Beginning Jan. 25, students and employees will need to log into the digital “fast pass” to enter four buildings on campus, vouching that they are in compliance with health checks and COVID-19 testing.

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Here’s what you need to know about the new COVID-19 strains

The U.K. variation is more infectious but likely not more deadly, and vaccination remains the best way to combat all forms of the virus.

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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.

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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.

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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.

Five things to know about the COVID-19 vaccine [View Image] Health

Five things to know about the COVID-19 vaccine

In this VCU Health video diary, Dr. Paula Ferrada explains why she got vaccinated and why you should, too.

What to know about Entry Pass, the digital tool VCU is using to promote public health compliance [View Image] Students

What to know about Entry Pass, the digital tool VCU is using to promote public health compliance

Beginning Jan. 25, students and employees will need to log into the digital “fast pass” to enter four buildings on campus, vouching that they are in compliance with health checks and COVID-19 testing.

Exploring the legacy of William Penn, one of early America’s important figures [View Image] Faculty and staff

Exploring the legacy of William Penn, one of early America’s important figures

A VCU professor has edited a new book on Penn’s political writings, offering readers a glimpse into the mind of Pennsylvania’s founder and an early leader in the movement for religious liberty.

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.

Another pandemic semester is about to begin. Here are tips to make it a successful one. [View Image] Community

Another pandemic semester is about to begin. Here are tips to make it a successful one.

As another strange term gets underway, students, faculty and staff offer advice and lessons learned over the past year, including how to stay healthy, succeed academically and combat loneliness.

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