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A look inside UR’s new Queally Center

A look inside UR’s new Queally Center

Jonathan Spiers October 17, 2016 0

The center integrates the offices of admission, financial aid and employer development, designed to serve as a "front door" to the university

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Local private school digs in on new addition

Local private school digs in on new addition

J. Elias O'Neal September 30, 2016 0

A Richmond-based private school is launching the next phase of a capital campaign that will help complete an expansion of its campus

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Q&A with Noah Scalin: VCU’s first business artist-in-residence

Q&A with Noah Scalin: VCU’s first business artist-in-residence

Jonathan Spiers September 26, 2016 0

Richmond native Noah Scalin is working with the school as part of its recently adopted strategic plan to realize its goal of incorporating creativity into its classes and curriculum

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VCU goes full bore with massive capital raise

VCU goes full bore with massive capital raise

Jonathan Spiers September 23, 2016 0

The "Make It Real Campaign" aims to raise $750 million - the largest capital campaign in the university's history

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Brandcenter brings former Martin Agency CEO into leadership fold

Brandcenter brings former Martin Agency CEO into leadership fold

Jonathan Spiers September 19, 2016 1

As it prepares for the university's largest capital campaign to date, the VCU Brandcenter is tweaking its leadership structure to give its director more time to focus on fundraising

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VCU dorm demo begins

VCU dorm demo begins

Jonathan Spiers September 1, 2016 1

Demolition has begun on a 30-year-old dorm on VCU's Monroe Park Campus to make way for a $96 million replacement

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D.C. nonprofit expands into Henrico

D.C. nonprofit expands into Henrico

Michael Shaw July 29, 2016 0

An afterschool nonprofit program will soon be in session in the region's second-largest school system

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New nonprofit helps local students with their ‘next move’

New nonprofit helps local students with their ‘next move’

Michael Shaw June 16, 2016 0

When Elizabeth Howley began teaching students with special needs about five years ago, she noticed a disconnect between the skills they would need after graduation and the curriculum they were taught. “I remember a young

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Sahara vanishes; other VCU buildings to follow

Sahara vanishes; other VCU buildings to follow

Jonathan Spiers May 16, 2016 0

Like a mirage in the desert, the Sahara is no more. The former Sahara restaurant – a holdout in the heart of VCU’s transformation of West Grace Street – was torn down Friday, leaving

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Career fair puts odds in Brandcenter grads’ favor

Career fair puts odds in Brandcenter grads’ favor

Jonathan Spiers April 29, 2016 0

It’s that time of the year again when the VCU Brandcenter becomes ground zero for recruiters looking to hire the latest additions to the creative industry workforce. About 225 recruiters from such companies as

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