Via vcuglobe:There will be a screening of the film “Wadjda” twice in the next few weeks. Details below… female-only Wednesday, April 23rd at 7:00pm Globe, 1030C open to all Thursday, May 1st at 7:00pm Globe, 1030H
johnsblakeblog: It ain’t winning slams. It’s not weekly attendance at the open mic. It’s not just writing. I have to learn about the histories of this craft I say I love so much. I have to appreciate the work that’s been done for me to have a craft to call home.
Ainissa Ramirez at TED2012. Ramirez, a self-described “science evangelist” and former Yale University professor, will present a brief history of STEM education from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in the VCU Commons Theater on April 18.
If you are a VCU student in the College of Humanities and Sciences — Today is the Last day to apply to win $1000 in prizes!! Details.
4.11.14 - Today’s Google Doodle honors what would have been the 115th birthday of Percy Lavon Julian, a pioneering chemist who overcame the obstacles of segregation to ascend to international notoriety. Read more here.
niskababe: Visited campus yesterday and I knew its where I want to be the next four years. #VCU Rams 2018 😎💕
VCU University Career Center is hosting a event for the Just in Time Fair on April 13. Southworth Paper and Gala Jackson of interviewsnob.com will offer tips and advice on how to impress potential employers. Every student receives a free pack of Southworth resume paper. Come early - the first 15 students to attend get their resume reviewed by Gala for free.