April 20, 2021
“Sociology of Contemplative Practices” draws on techniques from across the globe, and helps students calm their minds.
Apr 19, 2021
Ashley Patino is founder of local bakery and pizza shop, Pizza Bones.
April 19, 2021
Kahingo, a biology major, is a leadership involvement ambassador in the Division of Student Affairs, a role that connects him with dozens of student organizations and hundreds of peers across campus.
April 19, 2021
The accelerated programs across the university will save students time and money.
Alum spotlight: Correy Faciane (B.S.’16/H&S) creates an organization to helps others achieve their mission
Apr 16, 2021
Growing up in Northern Virginia, Correy Faciane (B.S.’16/H&S) volunteered with Eddie’s Club, a nonprofit recreational center that provided events and activities for disabled youth. He returned in 2013, on a trip home from Virginia Commonwealth University, and was disheartened by what he found.
E-cigarettes with a cigarette-like level of nicotine are effective in reducing smoking and exposure to carcinogen, study finds
April 12, 2021
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.
Apr 7, 2021
NASA, Altria and GSK are just a few of the national companies that participate in the annual Chemistry Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Brewing up a partnership: Ryan Mitchell (B.S.’12/H&S), Garden Grove Brewing and Urban Winery celebrate National Beer Day with the “Don’t Start No Stuff” Hazy IPA
Apr 6, 2021
The craft beer industry has cultivated creative ways to give back to the community. For Mitchell, supporting his hometown of Richmond, Virginia, began when he opened Garden Grove Brewing and Urban Winery in Carytown in 2015.
April 5, 2021
Students in the VCU service-learning course Hispanic Immigrants in the U.S. are continuing to make a difference.
Podcast by VCU students on graffiti-covered Confederate monuments named a finalist in NPR national contest
April 2, 2021
The podcast, “When Time Slows Down,” is one of 10 finalists in the NPR Student Podcast Challenge: College Edition. Winners will be featured in segments on “Morning Edition” or “All Things Considered.”