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Class of 2022: Bo Belotti trained as an activist scholar while pursuing change at the local and state levels

Belotti, a political science major, organized protests, developed and advocated for policies, worked on electoral campaigns and strengthened his skill set, all in hopes of making a difference.

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Class of 2022: Dhruv Fomra thrived in rich research environment at VCU

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Fighting misinformation with science-based messages can improve public perceptions of HPV vaccines

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Class of 2022: Brittany Watson, a doula and two-time VCU grad, feels grateful for the unexpected paths her life has taken

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Author, retired VCU English professor featured in ‘Dick Tracy’ comic this Sunday

Tom De Haven, who wrote a series of novels centered around comics and cartoonists and taught creative writing in the Department of English at VCU’s College of Humanities and Sciences, appeared as himself on Sunday in the comic he grew up admiring.

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This VCU Libraries initiative has saved VCU students more than $7M in textbook costs

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Rep. Donald McEachin remembered as an unfailing champion for VCU

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Class of 2022: Sabrina Sims follows in the footsteps of TV hero ‘Bones’

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Class of 2022: Simranjeet Kaur turned her love of numbers into a burgeoning accounting career

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Class of 2022: With new master’s degree, Terrica Lacey looks to make an impact in health care leadership

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Class of 2022: Helping others is a passion for graduating senior Shawn Williams