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VCU announced Sunday it has suspended the Delta Chi fraternity. Similarly, the Delta Chi national office issued a cease-and-desist order to its VCU chapter Saturday.
Adam Oakes, 19, was from Loudoun County and was an only child.
Virginia needs to vaccinate 5 million people to reach herd immunity. Are there 5 million people willing to receive a shot?
In his memoir, "I Had No Idea You Were Black," University of Richmond president Ronald Crutcher writes about how the topic of race isn't always simple.
VCU will offer a Ph.D. in computer science. HBCU interns can get free lodging in D.C.
Three buildings at James Madison University named for Confederate military leaders will be renamed for prominent Black members of its community.
First Lady Jill Biden made her first trip outside Washington D.C. to the VCU Massey Cancer Center, where she talked about bringing cancer research and treatment close to the people.
Delays to the rollout of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine likely mean shots won't be made available to the general population until a month later than expected.
The Senate passed three higher education bills on Monday, "banning the box" on college applications, requiring 5 colleges identify their enslaved workers and raising the bar on board transparency.
An X-ray revealed that Juan Jones's heart had enlarged well past its normal size. A transplant was the only thing that could save his life.