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Capital News Service featured on "This Week in Virginia"

Dec 14, 2020
Posted in: News

The Capital News Service of the Robertson School of Media and Culture was featured on "This Week in Virginia," a weekly TV series about Virginia politics and issues hosted by David Bailey that airs on public broadcasting stations in Virginia.


Robertson School celebrates graduates, award winners at virtual December Commencement

Dec 10, 2020
Posted in: News

The Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture is congratulating its undergraduate and graduate students on their graduation at a virtual commencement on Dec. 12. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, commencement had to be moved to a virtual format this December.


End-of-semester greetings from the Robertson School

Dec 9, 2020
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A message from Director Dr. Marcus Messner to students, faculty, staff, and friends of the Robertson School.


Ad Club hosts second One Club Workshop at Robertson School

Nov 23, 2020
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For the second year in a row, the Strategic Workshop of the One Club for Creativity made its way to the Robertson School of Media and Culture earlier this month. The Ad Club at VCU partnered with the One Club to help students develop their strategic skills.


Danny Robinson to serve as speaker at December graduation

Nov 19, 2020
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The Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture is excited to announce Danny Robinson, Chief Creative Officer of The Martin Agency, as its commencement speaker at its December graduation. Commencement will be held virtually at the end of the fall semester on Saturday, Dec. 12, and Robinson’s recorded speech can viewed on that day on the Robertson


What just happened? VCU alumni journalists discuss the unfolding 2020 presidential election results

Nov 6, 2020
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Can we ever trust polls again? Why did Biden crater among Latino voters in South Florida? And how can people know what news sources to trust?


Journalism students, faculty win award for traffic legislation coverage

Nov 6, 2020
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No action of the Virginia General Assembly goes unnoticed with the VCU Capital News Service. On Oct. 23, the group won an award for its coverage of bills related to drunk driving and Virginia legislation surrounding the topic.


Q&A with Robertson alumna Chandra Broadnax-Payne

Oct 26, 2020
Posted in: News

Robertson School alumna Chandra Broadnax-Payne (BS ‘98/H&S, MS ‘02/B) is a critically acclaimed author, speaker, poet and filmmaker. She is an active and engaged member of the community who values the importance of giving back.


Election 2020: Website provides non-partisan voting information

Oct 23, 2020
Posted in: News

From now until November 3—Election Day—the College of Humanities and Sciences at VCU will provide crucial voting information as well as nonpartisan insights into the presidential race, the congressional contests and the mayoral election so the VCU community and the public at large can learn more about what is at stake and can make well-informed decisions.


Robertson faculty and staff honored with College Awards

Oct 23, 2020
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Four faculty and staff members of the Robertson School of Media and Culture were honored with annual awards by VCU's College of Humanities and Sciences on Oct. 23.

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