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    • Commonwealth Times 2014-09-22

    • Dyke and Adam dominate as team places top--two at three invitationals -- Flickr awards student's talent -- Richmond thrift stores: Reaping what you sew -- Sensational media coverage sets the public's agenda
    • 2014-09-22
    • 56
    • Commonwealth Times 2014-11-24

    • Ferguson grand jury decision looms: Michael Brown lives on through VCU students' support, art -- Welcom Back, Briante! -- Stalking laws perpetuate silent threat
    • 2014-11-24
    • 56
    • Commonwealth Times 1969-10-24

    • 'Pride' is Homecoming Weekend theme -- Birch leader to speak here -- Election Tuesday to fill House seats
    • 1969-10-24
    • 1
    • Commonwealth Times 1969-10-31

    • Bids and discrimination discussed by ad hoc group -- Atmosphere at Swift Creek play is rated better than current show -- Classics IV will perform in concert for 'Openings' -- Poetry Forum lists schedule for fall programs -- Wright to give lecture...
    • 1969-10-31
    • 1
    • Commonwealth Times 1969-11-07

    • Nixon's Vietnam War policy draws support from faculty -- Ad Hoc Committee nears completion -- NYU fine arts head will lecture tonight -- Thompson to speak at YMCA Sunday -- Nabrit to speak in Rhoads Hall -- Openings begin tonight -- Registrar's...
    • 1969-11-07
    • 1
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-02-24

    • More indecent-exposure incidents in Cabell library -- Beergoggling: the devil of relationships -- Few show for constitutional review -- Scholarship raffle possibility discussed during brief meeting -- Inside, The CT takes a closer look at U.S....
    • 1995-02-24
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-03-03

    • Suspect of 'different' sexual act spotted in James Cabell library -- Court hears arguments in U.VA., Wide Awake case -- Athletes and rape - any connection? -- Inside, You know Joe's Inn has some of Richmond's best spaghetti, but have you heard...
    • 1995-03-03
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-03-24

    • VCU gets Wilder, Former governor joins public policy center -- BOV meeting focuses on enrollment -- Exposure incident hits VCU campus - again -- Inside, Take The Trolley to a Richmond hot spot.
    • 1995-03-24
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-03-31 Commonwealth Slime

    • The Students Unimpressed with Virginia Commonwealth University -- Gravel swallows T. Rani -- Graduating in May? Think again! -- Masturbation cases linked to CS editor -- Inside, Exclusive interview with Eazy E from beyond the grave.
    • 1995-03-31
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-04-07

    • VCU professors back in court, Three-judge panel hears appeal -- VCU enrollment on three-year skid -- Salary cutbacks to Impact faculty -- President offers funds to relocate historic structure, Jacob House controversy continues -- Inside, Baseball's...
    • 1995-04-07
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1969-11-14

    • Senate backs equal seating -- Art exchange organized with schools -- Candlelight ceremony held to protest assembly seating -- Student volunteers will tutor children
    • 1969-11-14
    • 1
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-04-28

    • Students protest, support teachers -- Arrest made in connection with sexual-assault cases, At least three VCU students reportedly raped since February -- Delta Chi: homeless no longer -- Inside, The Jacob House: past, present and its possible...
    • 1995-04-28
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1997-09-07 [probably 1997-09-05]

    • McDonald's reps respond at forum -- VCU traditional mixer renamed, welcomes new black students, After 7 years as Black Freshmen, and Transfer Week, the Welcoming has been renamed Agapae. -- INSIDE, It's time for The Picks. Find out which football...
    • 1997-09-07
    • 29
    • Commonwealth Times 1997-09-26

    • Symposium traces copyright history -- Students vent frustrations about pay-for-print policy -- INSIDE, Get ready for one of the last outdoor music festivals this fall at Mayo Island.
    • 1997-09-26
    • 29
    • Commonwealth Times 1997-10-03

    • Bill to simplify student loans -- Graduate program enrollment up -- COMING UP, The Commonwealth Times will be outside the Commons Monday giving away free music.
    • 1997-10-03
    • 29
    • Commonwealth Times 1997-10-17

    • Reform Party of Virginia files suit against VCU, Lawsuit will challenge VCU's role in the debate -- USC students protest Columbus Day observance -- In this issue: Weird News, review of the Ronald K. Brown and his dance company Evidence's...
    • 1997-10-17
    • 29
    • Commonwealth Times 1994-03-25

    • Co-op work provides practical experience -- Professor weighs religious differences -- SGA reclaims $30,000 allotted for radio station use
    • 1994-03-25
    • 25
    • Commonwealth Times 1969-11-21

    • Senate approves motion to allow press at meeting -- Larger attendance of housewives noted -- Building is renamed? -- 7a.m. 'awakening' set next semester -- Sociology professor to lecture
    • 1969-11-21
    • 1
    • Commonwealth Times 1994-04-22

    • Courses, campus reflect growing awareness of cultural diversity -- Terry examines her loss in gubernatorial race
    • 1994-04-22
    • 25
    • Commonwealth Times 1994-04-29

    • MCVH heralds new facility -- Economics professor introduces VCU to Internet stock market -- New health secretary adds rights of individual to Allen cabinet
    • 1994-04-29
    • 25
    • Commonwealth Times 1994-04-15

    • Victim's stories capture essence of assault -- Population growth hampers bay life -- Students endorse benefits for same-sex partners of college's employees
    • 1994-04-15
    • 25
    • Commonwealth Times 1994-09-02

    • Restructuring plan highlights various cost-cutting methods -- University to implement card system, Card allows access to buildings, vending machines
    • 1994-09-02
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1994-10-14

    • Preliminary hearing for two VCU students changed to Nov. 1 -- Clinton stance against Iraq can't hurt politically -- IFC denies TDC appeal of $100 fine
    • 1994-10-14
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1994-09-09

    • Murder charge pending in campus death -- Crime tops Wilder's campaign agenda -- Coaches' salaries may raise gender-equity issue
    • 1994-09-09
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1994-10-28

    • Man exposes himself in women's restroom -- IFC upset about allocation of funds -- Student senate votes to open meeting with Pledge of Allegiance
    • 1994-10-28
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1994-10-07

    • Former secretary of state visits Richmond, Forum focuses on business in Russia -- Eagleburger supports Coleman, scorns North -- IFC considers adoption of alcohol, hazing and sexual-ethics policies
    • 1994-10-07
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1994-11-18

    • Black Caucus rebuts council's allegations of race discrimination -- Board of Visitors names Harris as acting president, Trani to spend summer as research fellow -- Goins arrested in New York
    • 1994-11-18
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1994-10-21

    • Students question Seigel Center funding -- Class withdrawal deadline today, Schexnider encourages student evaluations -- IFC complains about lack of SGA appropriations
    • 1994-10-21
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1994-09-23

    • Board of Visitors discusses layoffs, engineering school -- Kappa Sigma files changes against Theta Delta Chi, IFC president alleges inaccuracies in CT -- MCV cuts 37 jobs, Further layoffs possible
    • 1994-09-23
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1994-09-30

    • Trani predicts $475 million in capital needs -- IFC penalizes Theta Delta Chi -- Version of Parole Bill passes through General Assembly's House, Senate
    • 1994-09-30
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1994-12-02

    • Kunjufu kicks off Kwanzaa -- Student robbed on Thanksgiving -- IFC considers suspending dry rush for Super Bowl -- ROTC elevates students' military ranks, Courses teach leadership, ethics and theory
    • 1994-12-02
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1994-11-11

    • Council rehashes funding problems -- VCU registers increase in international enrollment -- State Council rejects restructuring plans of six universities
    • 1994-11-11
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1975-09-12

    • The Groundskeeper -- The inside story: Opinion: Robert Powell, a student in the Mass Communications Department, discusses the growing conflict between the Youth Against War and Facism and the U.S. Labor Party. -- News: You can probably expect the...
    • 1975-09-12
    • 7
    • Commonwealth Times 1994-11-04

    • Richmond leaders discuss city's future -- IFC members allege discrimination -- Mother admits killing children, Bodies found in lake
    • 1994-11-04
    • 26
    • Commonwealth Times 1997-12-05

    • Tax break may lighten students' bills -- Center guides career path -- Students: make way for digital dissertations
    • 1997-12-05
    • 29
    • Commonwealth Times 1975-09-26

    • Budget Problems: MCV Hospital vs. General Assembly -- The inside story: Opinion: According to Steve Bernstein, a political science major here, the foreign language requirements for bachelor of arts degrees should be eliminated. -- News: Howard...
    • 1975-09-26
    • 7
    • Commonwealth Times 1975-10-03

    • FRISBEE, and the mysteries surrounding the theory of aerodynamics -- The inside story: Opinion: Several letters were received from persons responding to Steve Bernstein's MY TURN column concerning the foreign language requirements for certain...
    • 1975-10-03
    • 7
    • Commonwealth Times 1997-11-21

    • Students rally for African-American Studies, Supporters blast SCHEV for rejecting proposed major -- Students attack California's spending priorities
    • 1997-11-21
    • 29
    • Commonwealth Times 1998-01-23

    • Clinton suggests minority scholarships, Students studying education eligible for federal help -- Geriatricians in need as baby-boomers age
    • 1998-01-23
    • 30
    • Commonwealth Times 1975-10-10

    • You don't have to park here! -- The inside story: Opinion: Alan Ogden, the Labor Party's candidate for the 10th District Senatorial seat comments on the campaign of his opponent, Sen. Edward Willey, and the campaign of fellow laborer Steven Warm....
    • 1975-10-10
    • 7
    • Commonwealth Times 1998-01-16

    • VCU crime may soon be reported through e-mail -- Insurance plan cuts costs for students -- University proposes technology fee
    • 1998-01-16
    • 30
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-10-20

    • Bringing darkness of violence to light, Many walk to show support, raise awareness -- Black Caucus to organize forum -- Photos studied to greater details -- Free parking relieves some stress
    • 1995-10-20
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-11-10

    • Election Day results please councilman -- Gloster outlines technology plans -- Program ranked eighth in country
    • 1995-11-10
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-09-22

    • GOP candidates unite for change -- Co-op venture delivers more than just news -- Engineering school hires first professor -- Tuition could make students happy, colleges scared
    • 1995-09-22
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1975-10-24

    • HISTORIC GRAVEYARDS PART II, This week, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH -- The inside story: Opinion: Raymond Cousins, Jr., a social work graduate student, comments on the plight of black students at this university in MY TURN. He says that "Blacks are alienated...
    • 1975-10-24
    • 7
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-09-15

    • Council discusses master-site plan -- School of Engineering to concentrate on 'intellectual integration' -- Jacob House changes addresses
    • 1995-09-15
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-10-27

    • MCV's Goldman to leave Nov. 1 -- MCV receives grant for spinal-cord research -- Assembly candidate pledges support for higher education
    • 1995-10-27
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-11-03

    • Black Caucus address funding changes -- Regionalism talk addresses transportation, race issues -- On-line service assists students -- Clinton honors community service
    • 1995-11-03
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-11-17

    • Allen's battle still ahead, panel says -- Funding still issue for caucus -- U.Va. Decision concerns Duvall
    • 1995-11-17
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-10-13

    • SCHEV proposes more student aid -- Congress cuts AmeriCorps: Clinton expected to veto -- O.J. on his own, some say
    • 1995-10-13
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-09-08

    • $16 million? Motorola confirms Goochland site -- Faculty learns what to expect this fall, H&S faculty members gather for annual meeting -- SCHEV drops a line on drop outs
    • 1995-09-08
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1975-11-07

    • THE WINNER: Gerald Baliles -- Ghoulies and ghosties and long leggedy beasties (And a Halloween at VCU) -- The inside story: Opinion: Letters, ranging from the rights of Germans, to the defense of the Student Health Services, to Burdick's questions...
    • 1975-11-07
    • 7
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-10-06

    • Robb describes war zone in Bosnia-Herzegovina -- Bosnians reach cease-fire; Business school tests Windows 95 software; Schools primed for network
    • 1995-10-06
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-12-01

    • Author stresses communication -- Black History Month tops caucus' agenda -- Requests for Melatonin increase, VCU professor spurs drugs' popularity
    • 1995-12-01
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1995-09-29

    • One of a kind, VCU Ad Center to open in fall 1996 -- Honors enrollment jumps, Berglund credits program's exposure -- Rained-out weekend spurs VCU Black Caucus meeting
    • 1995-09-29
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1969-12-05

    • Four appointed to financial posts -- Deadline for drops tomorrow -- Schedules available Monday -- Summer Sessions' attendance grows -- Treasurer asks loans repayment -- 'Eyes on the streets', Student patrols formed -- WJRB changes programming --...
    • 1969-12-05
    • 1
    • Commonwealth Times 1975-12-05

    • Library employe [sic] seeks justice -- On the Inside: Nquyen Cao Ky, former premier, vice president, air force marshall and outcast in the South Vietnamese government, spoke for the Lecture Committee Tuesday night. His price tag was $2500. -- The...
    • 1975-12-05
    • 7
    • Commonwealth Times 1976-01-23

    • CUSA hears vote proposal -- Rams now 9-4 -- Bill Smith's Spotlight on Norman Barnes -- Women's swimmers take 53rd straight -- The mast plan II -- Richmond's animal population problem -- Budget prospects don't look good for VCU -- Dog day at movies...
    • 1976-01-23
    • 7
    • Commonwealth Times 1976-01-30

    • SUFFRAGE AT VCU?, A proposal for student elections by David Kirby and Donna Knicely -- PART II: THE ANIMAL POPULATION PROBLEM by Donna Pugh
    • 1976-01-30
    • 7
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-01-26

    • Students rally for African language -- Winning with class main goal for Sells -- Senators discuss new plan
    • 1996-01-26
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-04-19

    • Affirmative action focus on teleconference -- Forum prompts mixed reaction -- VCU group names Woman of the Year
    • 1996-04-19
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-02-23

    • Radio DJs chart changes on the airwaves -- MCV prepares for privatization -- Professor focuses on Fitzgerald, Faculty shares research, writing at literary symposium
    • 1996-02-23
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1976-02-06

    • The Landlord - Tenant Relations Act: Welcome relief for the little guy -- Anderson Gallery Invitational is cross-section of quality and variety of metal arts
    • 1976-02-06
    • 7
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-04-12

    • The struggle continues' for diversity -- Test may reduce chances of HPV -- Student falls five stories -- Panel says too many women ignoring Pap test
    • 1996-04-12
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-02-16

    • Kiosk opens new world of information -- Grant deadline March 1 -- Assault bill passed -- Jesse Jackson backs mayor-at-large
    • 1996-02-16
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-03-22

    • VCU announces realization of goal, $18 million raised for engineering school -- Assembly kind to VCU, says Trani, Major initiatives passed during session -- Security Act unknown to most
    • 1996-03-22
    • 27
    • Commonwealth Times 1976-02-13

    • Rams drop second cross-town game, While the Rams and the Spiders played dead even through the two halves, a bucket at the buzzer decided the game, 68-66
    • 1976-02-13
    • 7
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-09-20

    • Board of Visitors talks tenants, dorms, Freshman flood poses problem -- Lieutenant governor seeks expansion of Head Start -- MCV scientist joins effort to make workplace safer
    • 1996-09-20
    • 28
    • Commonwealth Times 1976-02-27

    • Housing Series Part III, A quick look into the smaller units -- A Delicate Balance good overall, but has flaws
    • 1976-02-27
    • 7
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-09-13

    • Apple to Zenith: technology conference covers it all -- Convocation: A call to gather, VCU takes time to honor its own -- VCU, IBM team up for digital library -- Clinton maintains solid lead
    • 1996-09-13
    • 28
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-09-06

    • Gilmore unveils plan to fight church fires -- Shakespeare's alive and kicking at VCU, VUU -- Nursing group aids city school children
    • 1996-09-06
    • 28
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-11-15

    • Engineering school breaks new ground, Approximately 50 students take part in ceremony -- New marketing chair focused on the future, Kiecker makes her mark in mostly male field -- Symposium addresses students' ability to write critically
    • 1996-11-15
    • 28
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-10-25

    • 1996 Service Awards honor staff dedication -- Pa. college cuts federal ties -- Virginia Historical Society breaks ground for new wing
    • 1996-10-25
    • 28
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-09-27

    • Southern schools don't make the grade -- VCU club offers religious revival -- Movie stars take over campus
    • 1996-09-27
    • 28
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-10-18

    • Early Alert aims to save potential drop-outs -- VCU professor explains Russia's woes -- Polls show Clinton winning final debate
    • 1996-10-18
    • 28
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-11-22

    • New school attracts leaders in engineering -- Trani predicts influx of freshmen in 1997 -- Community benefits from a 'Combined Virginia'
    • 1996-11-22
    • 28
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-10-11

    • Clinton leads Dole by 7 points in Va. -- Teaching Shakespeare in the '90s: Macbeth a la multimedia -- VCU to raise $125 million by 1999
    • 1996-10-11
    • 28
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-11-01

    • New division to answer professors' questions -- Rankin urges students to make a difference, Lecture part of Homecoming Week -- GRTC says: It's electric!
    • 1996-11-01
    • 28
    • Commonwealth Times 1996-11-08

    • Love of music motivates professor -- Election Night aura electric -- Clinton's administration faces big shakeup
    • 1996-11-08
    • 28
    • Commonwealth Times 1969-09-19

    • Chairman named to Student Court; convention begins -- Afro-American courses added for fall, spring -- Preregistration packets overlooked, Enrollment reaches more than 11,650
    • 1969-09-19
    • 1
    • Commonwealth Times 1969-12-12

    • Three police hired -- Students help, Arrests made in assault cases -- Spectrum announces fall award winners -- Marines meet Rams tonight -- Student activist becomes ordained minister
    • 1969-12-12
    • 1
    • Commonwealth Times 1997-01-31

    • Notification bill flies through Senate panel -- Symposia panelists addresses racism in U.S. health care -- Gym cleaning efforts impaired
    • 1997-01-31
    • 28
    • Commonwealth Times 1997-02-07

    • Career fair full of opportunities for students -- Senate passes strict abortion bill -- House endorses parental-notification bill
    • 1997-02-07
    • 28
    • Commonwealth Times 1997-04-18

    • City Council says no to Marilyn Manson -- Season for textbook theft approaches -- Rate of STD cases reported at VCU maintain constant level, Chlamydia, herpes and genital warts most prevalent diseases
    • 1997-04-18
    • 28

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