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2nd Annual Sankofa Film Festival kicks off tonight at VUU

This year’s festival will examine the critical and unique role played by black women in the struggle for freedom and equality with a line-up of films and an opening night panel celebrating black women who honor that role fiercely.

Riverfront, Bicycles, Main Street Station: What’s up with City development plans?

Here’s what the city will look like next year…and beyond.

Fatal shooting near Virginia Union University

A VUU sophomore was shot and killed near VUU’s campus late Sunday night.

Members of The Richmond 34 to speak this weekend

Members of a VUU student group who organized a 1960 sit-in protest inside a Richmond department store will discuss their experience on Saturday.

5 Things

What do you get when you cross two shows, a basketball game, gallons of beer, and some hours of your time spent helping out your community? I think you know where this is going.

VUU to break ground on first new building in 15 years

VUU will soon break ground on a new building–the first in 15 years.

Recap: VCU handles VUU in exhibition

HAVOC was in full force Thursday, November 1st as the Virginia Commonwealth University Rams beat the Virginia Union University Panthers 94-44 at the Stuart C. Siegel Center.


Photos from VCU’s victory over VUU.

What to expect: VCU faces VUU in exhibition

They’re back! For the first time since the 2012 NCAA Tournament, fans can see the Rams in action. Thursday night VCU takes on VUU in an exhibition game at the Stuart C. Siegel Center.

Rev. Al Sharpton will be a VUU commencement speaker

Al Sharpton will be one of Virginia Union University’s commencement speakers at an event next month.