Alumni recall the study abroad experiences that helped shape them
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In honor of Earth Day, VCU News catches up with some of the university's greenest alumni.
Tanner Key found he was so inspired by the book that he was prepared to alter his life and career plans in response to it.
Smith's debut novel takes place in a small town in Massachusetts upended by the murder of a young boy.
Tim Thomas and Kristina Hipolito were two of 132 interns selected from a pool of 9,934 applicants.
In Virginia Commonwealth University alumna Mary Lou Hall’s debut novel, “Wirewalker,” Clarence Feather, a 14-year-old boy, is pushed into running drugs to help support his family
VCU's Global Education Abroad Office helps hundreds of students each year seek out life-changing experiences.
In 2014, Fajir Amin arrived in the United Arab Emirates to teach English, and was assigned to teach fourth-grade boys at a school on the remote Arabian Gulf island of Dalma.
Dylan Halpern is in São Paulo, Brazil’s largest city, where a controversial law has created a setting that quietly hints something is missing: an urban metropolis of 12 million people, with skyscrapers, a booming financial sector, and no billboards.
Awards ceremony honors individuals who have made significant contributions toward enhancing VCU’s commitment to diversity, excellence and inclusion.
Whether working to protect the James River, documenting wildlife and wild places around the world or transforming Richmond into a safer place for cyclists, Virginia Commonwealth University alumni are making Earth Day every day.
Andrew Harris started practicing meditation while he was living in South Korea and teaching elementary school English.
When Tanner Key read “Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption” over spring break, he could not help but reflect on his own frightening experience with the juvenile justice system.
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