Two Washington, D.C., entrepreneurs have chosen Short Pump as the next destination for their children’s language immersion school.
VCU has reinvented a former printing office to house a meeting space for an interdisciplinary program.
A local university has opened its first new dorm building in nearly 50 years, a $17 million project aimed at accommodating a growing student body.
Jeter and Thomas halls, built around 1914, are closed this year as they are renovated into suite-style accommodations that can house about 170 students, she said. Work is scheduled to be completed in time for the fall 2015 semester.
The Ashland college is reviving a burned down fraternity house and adding a new dorm in time for returning students.
Virginia Commonwealth University has settled on a spot – and a price tag – for its new basketball practice facility.
Tuition hikes are on the horizon for some of Richmond’s priciest private schools.
The Wahoo war chest still reigns supreme in Virginia.
Although VCU’s standing in the national sports scene has been on the rise, the school isn’t yet playing with the big boys in the big business of athletic apparel.
VCU has a new place for faculty and graduate students to bring inventions to life.