The new facility will enable the Virginia Treatment Center for Children to develop new programs and services to better meet the needs of Virginia’s children and increase outpatient visits by 300 percent over the next two to three years.
The findings add to growing scientific evidence suggesting that e-cigarettes pose health risks despite being widely considered a safer alternative to tobacco cigarettes.
A university, a historical foundation and a brewery seem like an unlikely alliance. Unless, that is, you’re attempting to re-create America’s first beer.
The center will be located at the intersection of Nine Mile Road and 25th Street as part of a larger redevelopment initiative that will also feature a grocery store, apartments and a culinary institute operated by J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College.
Little Leonardo, an artificial intelligence bot designed by a Silicon Valley startup, is being field-tested this fall at VCU, answering questions from students, faculty, staff and the general public.
Events and announcements
VCU Music presents a piano area recital at 7:30 p.m. in the James W. Black Music Center, Recital Hall. Admission is free.
“Twice as Hard,” curated by Angelique Scott, highlights the diverse mediums in which artists of color create. This exhibition will shatter the stereotypes and strain placed on artists of color, and emphasize the importance of diversity within the arts. Anderson Gallery, 907 1/2 W. Franklin St.
Join sorority girl Elle Woods as she braves the world of Harvard Law. Raymond Hodges Theatre, Singleton Performing Arts Center, 922 Park Ave. Tickets are $10–25.