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11 Dec 2011

VCU Earns Top Green Grade

VCU earned an A- on the “Colleges Sustainability Green Report Card” for 2011. According to Sustainable Endowments Institute, VCU is the greenest university in Virginia.

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

“Miss Black and Gold Pageant” winner describes her road to the crown

Chelsea Gary was named the 2011 “Miss Black and Gold Pageant” winner.

05 Nov 2011

African Art Stops at the Anderson Gallery

“The Environment and Object: Recent African Art” exhibition is on display at the Anderson Gallery on the Monroe Park campus. It is free and open to the public until Dec. 11.

03 Nov 2011

VCU RecSports hosts the Ironman Triathlon Distance Challenge

The Ironman Triathlon Distance Challenge is 140.6 miles of swimming, cycling, and walking or running. VCU Recreational Sports hosts the challenge every semester, including the summer.

03 Nov 2011

SVA Helps Initiate First Military Services Appreciation Week

Johnathan Hoggatt, president of the Student Veterans Association (SVA) discussed VCU’s first annual Military Services Appreciation Week.

13 Oct 2011

VCU Hosts Sounds of World Trade Center

A few days before the 10th anniversary of 9/11, VCU Libraries and Friends of the Library hosted a small reception opening an exhibit of sound recordings of one of the Twin Towers made in 1999.

13 Oct 2011

Prof Talks About World Trade Center Sound Recordings

Stephen Vitiello, VCU associate professor in Kinetic Imaging, spoke to VCU InSight about how he was able to capture sounds from the World Trade Center in 1999.

11 Oct 2011

VCU Remembers 9/11 with ‘I Will’ Pledges

VCU’s Student Government Association commemorated the 10th anniversary of 9/11 through the national “I Will: Join the 9/11 Tribute Movement.”