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06 Dec 2016

VCU InSight for Nov. 1, 2016

Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson courts the millennial vote; a peak inside the VCU Votes class, which encourages students to participate in democracy; current and past students across the country owe $1.2 trillion dollars in loan repayments – how are VCU students affected?; details on a $400+ million bond referendum in Henrico County; and an update on the double murder at Chesdin Landing. In-studio interviews with two-day Jeopardy champion and VCU medical student Siddharth Hariharan; and Rachel Solomon, the YWCA Development and Communications Coordinator.

06 Dec 2016

VCU InSight for Oct. 23, 2016

The latest on Petersburg’s financial crisis; see what Virginia is doing in response to the Heroin epidemic sweeping across the Commonwealth (and the country); a new technology employed by VCU Police aims to curb the number one crime on college campuses: bike theft; beatboxing finds its way on stage at the annual Richmond Folk Festival; and GRTC looks to expand its services to make travel more efficient while helping ease traffic woes. See in-studio interviews with Larua Rugless and Tammi Slovinsky, VCU Title IX Coordinators; and Alexandra Reckendorf, VCU political science professor, and Angelique Scott, a VCU student activist, about the role black millennials will play in the upcoming election.

02 Apr 2016

VCU InSight for April 1, 2016

A new approach to combating what police are calling a heroin epidemic in Chesterfield County; one of our students recently traveled to Belize and reports on Zika virus in this impoverished country; a VCU Police officer was in the right place at the right time to save a life; fitness trackers are providing important health information to users and doctors; and kKids with autism are riding horses for fun and therapy. See in-studio interviews with VCU graduate student Jennifer Gerlach, leader of this weekend’s “Out of the Darkness” Walk for suicide prevention on the VCU campus; and area muralist and artist Sir James Thornhill.

10 Oct 2014

Watch VCU InSight for Oct. 10

Stories include cancer research, Enterovirus D68, a synchronized swimming team without a pool, Floyd Ave. for cyclists and the new prank with gamers that has the FBI knocking on the front door.

26 Sep 2014

Watch VCU InSight for Sept. 26

09 Oct 2013

Watch VCU InSight for Oct. 4

Interview with Libertarian Va. gubernatorial candidate Robert Sarvis, the expanded VCU trauma center, healthier options in vending machines, the Olympics in Richmond, a racial protest creates a task force, the Byrd Theater needs new air conditioning and matching senior pets and adults.

30 Nov 2012

Virginia Homeless Rate Declines

In early November Gov. Bob McDonnell announced that the homeless rate in Virginia has declined by eight percent since 2010.

28 Sep 2012

VCU unveils new security force

The G4S is a new security force that students will see patrolling the campus throughout the night. In a survey conducted last year, the VCU community told the VCU police department they wanted to see more police and security around the campus so they would feel safer at night.

28 Sep 2012

VCU moves to the A-10

On May 15, Virginia Commonwealth University had some big news for the school and athletics program. “I am very pleased to announce that Virginia Commonwealth University will join the Atlantic-10 conference,” said Michael Rao, VCU President, at a press conference.

07 May 2012

Advertising legend speaks at VCU

By Jalisa House
VCU InSight