Mother’s Day weekend was perfect for the 2018 Class of Higher Learning institutions in Richmond. Former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe addressed about eight-hundred University of Richmond graduates on Sunday. Over five-thousand Virginia Commonwealth University grads got to hear from VCU Alumnus and actor Boris Kodjoe on Saturday. And, Keshia Knight Pulliam, actress and the TV […]

Play audio here… Did you know that Muhammad Ali was a keynote speaker on the campus of Virginia Union University in 1969? Ali did some shadow boxing on 2nd Street in Historic Jackson. Brother Halim of Muhammad Mosque 24 talked about spending time with the greatest of the world in Richmond and at Ali’s Deer […]

While Virginia Union University students seek removal of the university president he gets approval to take a break. VUU President Dr. Claude G. Perkins is going on a one-year sabbatical that will extend to the end of his contract July of 2017, the university announced Monday.. While the historical university praised Dr. Perkins for his […]

I am Clovia “Miss Community” Lawrence a proud graduate of Virginia Union University, one the oldest historically black colleges and universities (HBCU). My life, my faith, mental and social attitude was formed into greatness at VUU. I learned the wisdom of proper protesting with the intent to change laws all while making your voice be heard […]

With the excitement of March Madness just a few weeks away, the VCU Rams continue to roll following a big win on Thursday against UMass.   The win improves the the Rams to 20 – 5 in their first season as Atlantic-10 members, and despite the change of landscape, VCU has remained a strong foe for any […]

VCU has fallen out of the Top 25 but still sports a respectable 17 – 5 record, and remain tied for 2nd place in the Atlantic 10 following Wednesday night’s win at Rhode Island.  The Rams had run off 13 straight before falling a week ago to crosstown rival Richmond, then fell at home a week ago to LaSalle […]

College Hoops around the 804 this weekend have the VCU Rams and the Richmond Spiders both on the road in Atlantic 10 Conference play. Coming off their first A-10 win on Wednesday over Dayton, the Rams take their 10-game win streak and national ranking to New York to battle St. Bonaventure on Saturday. VCU jumped […]

GIRLS CAN LEADERSHIP CAMP TO BEGIN JULY 18, 2011 AT VIRGINIA UNION UNIVERSITY Richmond, VA Girls Can, will begin a week long summer camp for Richmond girls, from July 18-22, 2011. This year’s camp will host over 30 girls from the Richmond metro area attending Mancheser, Fairfield, Douglas Wilder, Albert Hill and many other local […]