This documentary is the final product of five months of researching, interviewing, shooting and editing. It’s a historical documentary produced by myself and my fellow journalism students, Sean Hicks and Dante Land. The film looks into the dark history of medical schools in the 1800s, which practiced grave robbing as a means of acquiring cadavers for medical dissection.
When Tim Sanderson was diagnosed with a tumor in his salivary gland, he felt his world crumbling around him. Now, the proud father of twins is sharing his story to highlight the importance of early detection. -Team Massey
Check out a sneak-peek of the VCU theatre re-imagining of Mary Shelly’s “Frankenstein.”
Written by David Emerson Toney • Inspired by the novel by Mary Shelley • Directed by David S. Leong & David Emerson Toney
Learn what cosplay is with the Cosplay Club at VCU! (Warning: Gurren Lagann spoilers, so I’m told…)
Our Spectrum editor Taylor Thornberg tests out VCUarts’ exciting new toy: a motion capture studio!
Join VCU’s Dagorhir chapter for medieval battle in Monroe Park.
“Police, police. KKK. How many kids did you kill today.”
“They say Jim Crow, we say hell no.”
Chants of protest filled the air in downtown Richmond Tuesday night as men, women and children took to the streets to rally against the grand jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson for the shooting of Michael Brown.
Hundreds of protesters met at the steps of the John Marshall Courts Building where several VCU students gave speeches voicing their disagreement with the decision and showing support for Brown’s family and the Ferguson community. The crowd then marched through the downtown area, chanting, singing and waving signs of protest.