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    • VCU today (1980-03-26)

    • Faculty planning to move through the academic ranks will be guided by the Task Force Report on Tenure and Promotion.
    • 1980-03-26
    • v.9:no.9 (1980:Mar. 26)
    • VCU today (1980-03-05)

    • The Gibson girls, graceful reminders of a bygone era, are not forgotten on Cabell Library.
    • 1980-03-05
    • v.9:no.8 (1980:Mar. 5)
    • VCU today (1980-02-06)

    • The legislature wishes Virginians would love their cars more to solve the problems of highway construction funding. The love affair will continue but not without some changes in the 1980s.
    • 1980-02-06
    • v.9:no.7 (1980:Feb. 6)
    • VCU today (1980-01-23)

    • For a dean with a school that numbers 13, Dr. John J. Salley radiates nothing but optimism.
    • 1980-01-23
    • v.9:no.6 (1980:Jan. 23)
    • VCU today (1979)

    • Reprint of issues in higher education from the 1979 Virginia Plan of the Council of Higher Education
    • 1979
    • v.9:no.5 (1979)
    • VCU today (1979-11-07)

    • A tempting array of VCU culinary talent will soon be displayed in a new cookbook with illustrations by a student in the Department of Communication Arts and Design.
    • 1979-11-07
    • v.9:no.4 (1979:Nov. 7)
    • VCU today (1979-10-24)

    • Equal Opportunity. Affirmative Action. That means no prejudice. Respect for the rights of each person. Programs to help the less fortunate in our community.
    • 1979-10-24
    • v.9:no.3 (1979:Oct. 24)
    • VCU today (1979-10-10)

    • Our own James Branch Cabell celebrates his centennial year this fall.
    • 1979-10-10
    • v.9:no.2 (1979:Oct. 10)
    • VCU today (1980-04-23)

    • According to university officials, dollars will be in shorter supply during the next two years.
    • 1980-04-23
    • v.9:no.11 (1980:Apr. 23)
    • VCU today (1979-09-26)

    • It's the beginning of the academic year and you'll find more than VCU Today with a new look. Some university officials are shedding their old titles to don new ones in accordance with the President's reorganization plan.
    • 1979-09-26
    • v.9:no.1 (1979:Sept. 26)
    • VCU today (1979-03-20)

    • Students. Look at them. They're different. Real different. The present generation's predecessors gathered in malt shops and danced at sock hops. Then there were protest rallies and sit-ins. But now the terms conservative and liberal have new...
    • 1979-03-20
    • v.8A:no.3 (1979:Mar. 20)
    • VCU today (1978-11-21)

    • VCU holds the line on tuition increases, registering only a two percent hike this year compared to a national average increase of 7.8 percent. However, VCU still leads other major Virginia public universities with the highest tuition bill for state...
    • 1978-11-21
    • v.8A:no.2 (1978:Nov. 21)
    • VCU today (1978-09-19)

    • Dagwood and other comic strip heroes back their bags for a two-year state tour, sponsored by the Virginia Museum and arranged by English department chairman Dr. M. Thomas Inge.
    • 1978-09-19
    • v.8A:no.1 (1978:Sept. 19)
    • VCU today (1979-02-20)

    • Students. Look at them. They're different. Real different. The present generation's predecessors gathered in malt shops and danced at sock hops. Then there were protest rallies and sit-ins. But now the terms conservative and liberal have new...
    • 1979-02-20
    • v.8:no.9 (1979:Feb. 20)
    • VCU today (1979-02-06)

    • Recipes. A recipe for a university, for instance. For your base ingredient, start with a campus, in some recipes a pint-sized one, or two. Mix faculty and students in with an equal or greater number of administrators. Pour in a generous portion of...
    • 1979-02-06
    • v.8:no.8 (1979:Feb. 06)
    • VCU today (1979-01-23)

    • Bigness. It has its sins. It implies, these days, a government that is too big. It reflects, in the Age of Jogging, adversely on the whipped cream topping on last night's second piece of pecan pie. It spells excess. But General Motors once told us...
    • 1979-01-23
    • v.8:no.7 (1979:Jan. 23)
    • VCU today (1978-12-05)

    • Loneliness, says this issue's faculty expert, is the result of being separated from the persons, things, places, and situations that we love. We realize that during the holiday season you may encounter periods of loneliness and depression without...
    • 1978-12-05
    • v.8:no.6 (1978:Dec. 05)
    • VCU today (1978-11-07)

    • VCU holds the line on tuition increases, registering only a two percent hike this year compared to a national average increase of 7.8 percent. However, VCU still leads other major Virginia public universities with the highest tuition bill for state...
    • 1978-11-07
    • v.8:no.5 (1978:Nov. 7)
    • VCU today (1978-10-24)

    • Sophisticated ghouls and ghosts now invade our lives. Such works as Battlestar Galatica and Close Encounters of the Third Kind are providing new vehicles for the human imagination.
    • 1978-10-24
    • v.8:no.4 (1978:Oct. 24)
    • VCU today (1978-10-10)

    • If a number of requests for university materials is causing you undue stress on the job, come to the publications office. In addition to copies of this poster, faculty and staff may obtain copies of the university's Almanac of Facts, Fact Card,...
    • 1978-10-10
    • v.8:no.3 (1978:Oct. 10)
    • VCU today (1978-09-26)

    • Do you show traits of a food junkie? Betty J. Moore, associate professor of nursing and nutrition expert, describes the symptoms in her column, Grease and Greens, which returns to VCU Today in this issue.
    • 1978-09-26
    • v.8:no.2 (1978:Sept. 26)
    • VCU today (1979-04-10)

    • There are some lonely hearts at VCU. Sixteen of them in fact. Programs which have nothing in common with anybody else in all of Virginia. It's nice to be unique, but lonely too? After all, being one of a kind sure cuts down on your chances for...
    • 1979-04-10
    • v.8:no.12 (1979:Apr. 10)
    • VCU today (1979-03-27)

    • In 1924 a young boy from the village of Ohnistany, Czechoslovakia, made his first public performance as a cellist after having taken lessons for only eight weeks. Traveling to the nearby city of Horace only six months before taking lessons,...
    • 1979-03-27
    • v.8:no.11 (1979:Mar. 27)
    • VCU today (1979-03-13)

    • News. Reliable sources report that Virginia Commonwealth University has quietly added to its curriculum more graduate than undergraduate programs. While still unconfirmed, official spokesperson from the university president's office did not deny...
    • 1979-03-13
    • v.8:no.10 (1979:Mar. 13)
    • VCU today (1978-09-12)

    • Dagwood joins other comic strip heroes on the walls of the Anderson Gallery beginning today. The exhibit, sponsored by the Virginia Museum and arranged by English department chairman Dr. M. Thomas Inge, will tour the state for the next two years...
    • 1978-09-12
    • v.8:no.1 (1978:Sept. 12)
    • VCU today (1978)

    • The freshman year is a time for exploration and trying things out. To keep the channels of communication open, VCU Today publishes four special parents issues each year. For more on your role as a parent of a college-age student, turn to page 1.
    • 1978
    • v.7A:no.4 (1978/1979)
    • VCU today (1978-03-21)

    • The VCU Ram made his television debut March 4 when VCU met St. Bonaventure in Rochester, New York, for the second round of the ECAC playoffs.
    • 1978-03-21
    • v.7A:no.3 (1978:Mar. 21)
    • VCU today (1977-10-18)

    • If the November 8 bond issue is approved by Virginia voters, a new building is waiting in the wings to replace the present theatre, fashioned out of a former church, later the Scottish Rite Temple, which was built in the pseudo-Gothic style of 1905.
    • 1977-10-18
    • v.7A:no.2 (1977:Oct. 18)
    • VCU today (1977)

    • Extra!! For parents of VCU students and prospective students. A college education can open many new doors into the future. It is the hope of the Office of Admissions that this special issue of VCU Today will open many doors of understanding for...
    • 1977
    • v.7A:no.1 (1977/1978)
    • VCU today (1978-02-21)

    • Francis J. Brooke, Academic Campus provost, is now either keeper-of-the-seal or owner of a magic carpet. Whichever one, the four-foot latch hook rug, fashioned by Dr. Russell Brown, rests in 910 West Franklin to inspire respectful salutes or...
    • 1978-02-21
    • v.7:no.9 (1978:Feb. 21)
    • VCU today (1978-02-07)

    • Houdon's Washington oversees the oldest representative assembly in the New World, Virginia's General Assembly, recently convened to debate some things new, some things old, and a few concerning VCU.
    • 1978-02-07
    • v.7:no.8 (1978:Feb. 7)
    • VCU today (1978-01-24)

    • The university community welcomes President Edmund F. Ackell who officially took residence at 910 West Franklin Street January 18.
    • 1978-01-24
    • v.7:no.7 (1978:Jan. 24)
    • VCU today (1978-01-10)

    • Anyone caught in a midlife career crisis can contact VCU's new Midlife Counseling Center.
    • 1978-01-10
    • v.7:no.6 (1978:Jan. 10)
    • VCU today (1977-12-06)

    • The international symbol of access represents the hope of independence and mobility to handicapped persons. Wherever it is displayed, the handicapped can be assured that they will not be barred by thoughtless obstacles or prohibited from...
    • 1977-12-06
    • v.7:no.5 (1977:Dec. 6)
    • VCU today (1977-11-08)

    • Cranes, trucks, and bulldozers have invaded the MCV Campus. The appearance of hard hats is now official, for university administrators closed the sale of the bond issue for the $110 million MCV Hospital project last week
    • 1977-11-08
    • v.7:no.4 (1977:Nov. 8)
    • VCU today (1977-10-25)

    • Students for Bonds have applied a lot of energy urging voters to approve the November 8 bond issue. This poster, drawn by student Ed Hackley of University Graphics, was featured in a special October 18 parents' edition of VCU Today
    • 1977-10-25
    • v.7:no.3 (1977:Oct. 25)
    • VCU today (1977-10-11)

    • Actors in Japan's Kabuki Theatre display emotion with constantly changing facial masks. Dr. David Franks, chairman of the department of sociology and anthropology, explains how to unmask artificial apple polishers.
    • 1977-10-11
    • v.7:no.2 (1977:Oct. 11)
    • VCU today (1978-04-25)

    • VCU Today goes on vacation after this issue and will not return until classes begin this fall.
    • 1978-04-25
    • v.7:no.13 (1978:Apr. 25)
    • VCU today (1978-04-11)

    • Instead of growing old gracefully, the university's one-year-old signage system shows traces of premature aging due to faculty manufacturing. The signs are being replaced at no cost to the university with over 60 percent having been corrected.
    • 1978-04-11
    • v.7:no.12 (1978:Apr. 11)
    • VCU today (1978-03-28)

    • The university's new telephone system may tax IRS investigators; obviously it will tax VCU employees.
    • 1978-03-28
    • v.7:no.11 (1978:Mar. 28)
    • VCU today (1978-03-14)

    • The VCU Ram made his television debut March 4 when VCU met St. Bonaventure in Rochester, New York, for the second round of the ECAC playoffs.
    • 1978-03-14
    • v.7:no.10 (1978:Mar. 14)
    • VCU today (1977-09-27)

    • Bluegrass for Bonds, a country music festival sponsored by the music department in Shafer Court on Sunday, October 2, from 12 to 6 p.m., is just one way the VCU community plans to dramatize the importance of the November 8 bond issue. A three-part...
    • 1977-09-27
    • v.7:no.1 (1977:Sept. 27)
    • VCU today (1977-01-26)

    • A bet last week that the weather was going to be cold would have been as good as money in the bank, if that's where you want to keep your money.
    • 1977-01-26
    • v.6:no.9 (1977:Jan. 26)
    • VCU today (1977-01-12)

    • When the General Assembly gets underway today, chances are the representatives will be thinking about what will make the folks back home happy.
    • 1977-01-12
    • v.6:no.8 (1977:Jan. 12)
    • VCU today (1976-12-08)

    • President Temple sat down one day recently and penned a letter to Santa Claus. Santa was anxious to please and has all but promised delivery of the Grove Avenue Baptist Church property.
    • 1976-12-08
    • v.6:no.7 (1976:Dec. 8)
    • VCU today (1976-11-10)

    • Paper clips and envelopes used to get all dressed up and have no place to go. But it doesn't have to be that way.
    • 1976-11-10
    • v.6:no.6 (1976:Nov. 10)
    • VCU today (1976-10-27)

    • The combined efforts of the MCV/VCU and University of Virginia Schools of Nursing are taking the master's degree program in this discipline to areas that wouldn't have it otherwise.
    • 1976-10-27
    • v.6:no.5 (1976:Oct. 27)
    • VCU today (1976-10-13)

    • James Brooks' The Springs is an example of modern art which might befuddle many interested observers.
    • 1976-10-13
    • v.6:no.4 (1976:Oct. 13)
    • VCU today (1976-09-29)

    • People with physical handicaps often have trouble buying clothes with any style to them. But Jeff Clare has a good reason to be smiling.
    • 1976-09-29
    • v.6:no.3 (1976:Sept. 29)
    • VCU today (1976-09-15)

    • If you consider yourself a foxy person, you might think wine is nothing more than sour grapes.
    • 1976-09-15
    • v.6:no.2 (1976:Sept. 15)
    • VCU today (1977-04-27)

    • It took 15 issues, but we've finally seen the light at the end of the tunnel. This issue of VCU Today will mark the end of our publishing efforts for the academic year. We will be back in the fall and will attempt to pick up the pieces and start...
    • 1977-04-27
    • v.6:no.15 (1977:Apr. 27)
    • VCU today (1977-04-13)

    • If you think American wines are made from grapes of wrath, some information that shouldn't be bottled up any longer can be found on page 2.
    • 1977-04-13
    • v.6:no.14 (1977:Apr. 13)
    • VCU today (1977-03-30)

    • The Accounting Club may be able to help you find some tax deductions for home improvements. And if you're lucky, you may need a silo or two for storing your refund money.
    • 1977-03-30
    • v.6:no.13 (1977:Mar. 30)
    • VCU today (1977-02-23)

    • Hunton Hall, built at 1200 E. Marshall Street in 1938, seems to be only a shell of its former self. Soon, it will be nothing more than a memory. Demolition to make way for the new hospital complex began last week. MacFarland Hall, located next to...
    • 1977-02-23
    • v.6:no.11 (1977:Feb. 23)
    • VCU today (1977-02-09)

    • Watching television and listening to the radio may be one way to channel your educational opportunities.
    • 1977-02-09
    • v.6:no.10 (1977:Feb. 9)
    • VCU today (1976-01-14)

    • Do you feel like you're not getting enough exercise these days? Well, if you do, the physical education department may have just the course for you.
    • 1976-01-14
    • v.5:no.9 (1976:Jan. 14)
    • VCU today (1975-12-17)

    • Lines stretched all the way back to the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, but once inside, President T. Edward Temple didn't feed anyone any lines with his inaugural address.
    • 1975-12-17
    • v.5:no.8 (1975:Dec. 17)
    • VCU today (1975-12-03)

    • Faculty have written and students and faculty will perform musical compositions prepared specifically for the inauguration of Dr. T. Edward Temple.
    • 1975-12-03
    • v.5:no.7 (1975:Dec. 3)
    • VCU today (1975-11-12)

    • Is you think you have taken something that might be harmful to you, there is a number you can call to find out what you have ingested.
    • 1975-11-12
    • v.5:no.6 (1975:Nov. 12)
    • VCU today (1975-10-29)

    • President Temple presented the budget for the next biennium to the Governor's Budget Advisory Committee last week and talked dollars and sense.
    • 1975-10-29
    • v.5:no.5 (1975:Oct. 29)
    • VCU today (1975-10-15)

    • The American Indians worshipped the bear and believed the animal symbolized the power of healing, which may explain why there is a statue of three bears outside MCV West Hospital. But that isn't the whole story.
    • 1975-10-15
    • v.5:no.4 (1975:Oct. 15)
    • VCU today (1975-10-01)

    • The Community Music School offers lessons on all types of instruments for a wide range of people.
    • 1975-10-01
    • v.5:no.3 (1975:Oct. 1)
    • VCU today (1975-09-17)

    • The Artist's Good-Bye by Andrzej Pietsch is just one of the Polish graphics which will be on exhibit in the Anderson Gallery beginning October 2.
    • 1975-09-17
    • v.5:no.2 (1975:Sept. 17)
    • VCU today (1976-04-28)

    • People who have lost part of their eyesight may be able to regain a portion of it.
    • 1976-04-28
    • v.5:no.16 (1976:Apr. 28)
    • VCU today (1976-04-14)

    • Like the eagle, VCU may be becoming an endangered species, especially when it comes to budget appropriations. Also, like the noble bird, the university must now soar on its own in an effort to find adequate monies to get by in the next year.
    • 1976-04-14
    • v.5:no.15 (1976:Apr. 14)
    • VCU today (1976-03-31)

    • This individual may look like he's sleeping, but Tom is ready to spring into action at any moment.
    • 1976-03-31
    • v.5:no.14 (1976:Mar. 31)
    • VCU today (1976-02-11)

    • Being a computer operator can be so hectic sometimes that it gets hard to tell which end is up.
    • 1976-02-11
    • v.5:no.11 (1976:Feb. 11)
    • VCU today (1976-01-28)

    • The General Assembly opened and began to deal with a maze of towering problems. While no definite lines have been drawn yet, VCU is doing well in some areas and not so well in others.
    • 1976-01-28
    • v.5:no.10 (1976:Jan. 28)
    • VCU today (1975-08-06)

    • Dr. T. Edward Temple, VCU's second president, talks about VCU.
    • 1975-08-06
    • v.4:no.8 (1975:Aug. 6)
    • VCU today (1975-04-17)

    • University To Graduate Record Number Next Month -- Ashley Videotape Is Highlight Of Spring Arts Festival
    • 1975-04-17
    • v.4:no.7 (1975:Apr. 17)
    • VCU today (1975-02-27)

    • 1974 Grants Top $14 Million Mark -- First 50-Year Service Plan Is Awarded To Dr. Lyons
    • 1975-02-27
    • v.4:no.6 (1975:Feb. 27)
    • VCU today (1975-01-30)

    • 80-Member Cast, Carmen Opens With Guest Stars -- Campus Center Represents New Student Life Concept
    • 1975-01-30
    • v.4:no.5 (1975:Jan. 30)
    • VCU today (1974-11-28)

    • Poetry Published Thru University's National Contest -- MCV Skin Banking Aids New Transplant Frontier -- December Craft Sale
    • 1974-11-28
    • v.4:no.4 (1974:Nov. 28)
    • VCU today (1974-10-31)

    • Search Committee Named By Board -- Druss Camps In Indian Ruin As Expressway Approaches -- VCU Nears Goal For UGF Campaign
    • 1974-10-31
    • v.4:no.3 (1974:Oct. 31)
    • VCU today (1974-09-26)

    • Folk Music Theme To Be Explored In Cultural Series -- 8.8 Per Cent Increase Is Goal Of This Year's UGF Drive
    • 1974-09-26
    • v.4:no.2 (1974:Sept. 26)
    • VCU today (1974-08-29)

    • The Brandt Years Brought Growth, New Image To VCU -- Faculty Involved In The Selection Of New VCU President
    • 1974-08-29
    • v.4:no.1 (1974:Aug. 29)
    • VCU today (1974-04-18)

    • Transplant Surgeons Meet Next Week To Honor Dr. Hume -- Art Festival Springs For Scholarship Funds
    • 1974-04-18
    • v.3:no.9 (1974:Apr. 18)
    • VCU today (1974-03-28)

    • New Major Approved; More Programs Sought -- TWA Program Used At MCV For Employees
    • 1974-03-28
    • v.3:no.8 (1974:Mar. 28)
    • VCU today (1974-02-14)

    • Service Awards Plans Announced -- Judaic Scholars Program Endowed
    • 1974-02-14
    • v.3:no.7 (1974:Feb. 14)
    • VCU today (1974-01-24)

    • Fifteen $3,000 Grants-in-Aid Available To Faculty Members
    • 1974-01-24
    • v.3:no.6 (1974:Jan. 24)
    • VCU today (1973-12-13)

    • Budget Cut Backs Slated For VCU -- Robins' Gift Goes For Health Sciences Unit -- Admissions Mailing Sent To High Schools
    • 1973-12-13
    • v.3:no.5 (1973:Dec. 13)
    • VCU today (1973-11-21)

    • Fuel Saving Steps Stressed Here -- Cancer Center Funding Sought
    • 1973-11-21
    • v.3:no.4 (1973:Nov. 21)
    • VCU today (1973-11-01)

    • No More Long Lines, VCU Registration Goes Computer -- Construction Underway On Science-Education Unit
    • 1973-11-01
    • v.3:no.3 (1973:Nov. 1)
    • VCU today (1973-10-11)

    • UGF Campus Goal Is Set At $49,535 -- MCV Radiologist Leads Pilot Cancer Therapy
    • 1973-10-11
    • v.3:no.2 (1973:Oct. 11)
    • VCU today (1974-05-20)

    • Pay Increases, More Benefits Slated July 1 -- 2,700 Degrees Awarded In Graduation Exercises
    • 1974-05-20
    • v.3:no.10 (1974:May 20)
    • VCU today (1973-09-27)

    • Cancer Society Offers Grants -- Black Comedy Set For Theatre VCU -- Brooke, Temple Named Provost, Vice-President
    • 1973-09-27
    • v.3:no.1 (1973:Sept. 27)
    • VCU news (2001-12-11)

    • VCU community studies Islam religion -- Mayhew named winner of Budd Award -- VCU adds more 'jazz' to its faculty -- Trani Center opening caps busy autumn at VCU, A retrospective of the Fall 2001 semester -- 2002 Holiday Schedule Academic Campus
    • 2001-12-11
    • v.30:no.9 (2001:Dec.11)
    • VCU news (2001-11-28)

    • Giving campaign gains momentum -- Biomedical engineers test new voting machines -- VCU prepares for reaffirmation of accreditation -- VCU's Trani Center for Life Sciences dedicated
    • 2001-11-28
    • v.30:no.8 (2001:Nov. 28)
    • VCU news (2001-11-07)

    • VCU president supports CEOs for Cities -- Alumni to be honored on Founders Day -- Preparations underway for 10th French Film Festival -- Trani Center for Life Sciences dedication on Nov. 15 to open with forum on bioterrorism
    • 2001-11-07
    • v.30:no.7 (2001:Nov. 7)
    • VCU news (2001-10-24)

    • SCHEV approves new School of Medicine campus -- VCU Health System is Number One! -- Romeo & Juliet comes to Theatre VCU -- Life Evac copter speeds critically ill patients to MCVH, New helicopter service provides hospital-to-hospital transfers --...
    • 2001-10-24
    • v.30:no.6 (2001:Oct. 24)
    • VCU news (2001-10-10)

    • VCU CVC annual giving campaign launches -- Scientists develop high-tech bandage -- Democracy, diversity and dissent: a teach-in at VCU -- Candidates spar before full house, TV audience -- VCU Health System named a top hospital system -- Inaugural...
    • 2001-10-10
    • v.30:no.5 (2001:Oct. 10)
    • VCU news (2001-09-26)

    • Plans get under way for national Civil War Center -- Biology wins grant to build environmental programs -- Theatre VCU announces new season schedule -- 'Rally for Relief' to benefit Red Cross, Tennis stars join charity drive as part of VCU/Trigon...
    • 2001-09-26
    • v.30:no.4 (2001:Sept. 26)
    • VCU news (2001-09-12)

    • VCU names new director for mass communications -- Engineering programs earn first-time accreditations -- VCU Libraries acquires Tom Robbins' manuscripts -- Innovative new course born of life sciences revolution -- VCU Life Sciences launch week
    • 2001-09-12
    • v.30:no.2 (2001:Sept. 12)

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