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06 Apr 2014

Watch VCU InSight for April 4, 2014

VCU InSight for April 4, 2014, with Anchors Onofrio Castiglia and Olivia Whitham.

06 Apr 2014

Una Vida Sana! helping and educating

According to the American Heart Association, Hispanics are at a greater risk for high blood pressure and heart disease. A volunteer effort at MCV, Una Vida Sana!, is helping lower that risk. Emily Akiyama reports.

28 Feb 2014

Sanger Hall flood damage totals $6M

The MCV campus building had $6 million worth of flood damage from a November 2013 flood.  A busted city pipe was to blame for the damage, which will be covered by insurance.

04 Oct 2013

VCU Medical Center receives a $40 million renovation

VCU Medical Center, the only level one trauma center in Central Virginia, will keep improving its facilities after receiving $40 million for renovations.

26 Apr 2012

VCU students package to stop hunger now

VCU InSight By Brian Hill RICHMOND, VA– VCU students recently came together to help the fight against world hunger during the Stop Hunger Now Inaugural Food Packaging Event, hosted by Stop Hunger Now VCU. The event brought students from the Monroe Park and MCV campuses together to help bag rice, dehydrated vegetables and soy. Volunteers […]

11 Dec 2011

VCU professor makes another documentary

The documentary “Until the Well Runs Dry: Medicine and the Exploitation of Black Bodies” premiered Nov. 11th at the Singleton Center on VCU’s Monroe Park campus.

11 Dec 2011

Conjoined Twins Separated at VCU

Dr. David Lanning put his skills to the test as he led the surgery team who performed the first separation of conjoined twins in Richmond

11 Oct 2011

A Dean and Artist: Yanchick Shares His Hobby

It’s said that people’s brains have two sides, with the left more logical and the right more creative. Most are usually more adept at using one or the other. But most people aren’t Dr. Victor Yanchick.

26 Apr 2011

‘Dogs on Call’ Helps VCU Patients

Hospital patients come to expect their doctors to make their daily rounds. But Ludwell Pickett was visited by a different kind of healer.