I wasn’t sure how to make this interesting, but I honestly hope I did.
Students walk through a brick walkway on the VCU campus, headed about their day.
Students walking by have become accustomed to the disruptions the renovations of James Branch Cabell Library have brought to the center of the VCU campus
Large holes, their purpose a mystery, exist in parts of the upcoming library expansion.
Students utilize bicycles to move to and from campus at a quicker space. It is unclear how the upcoming UCI Road World Championships will affect casual riders.
Tyler Conrad, the manager of Break Point in the VCU Student Commons, looks up from a quick snack for a portrait.
Hibbs Hall was built in the 1950s as the first new space for academic instruction on the VCU campus.
Cassandra Hudson stops for a portrait on the way home from class.
Dustin Reinink hides from the camera following a particularly awful pun from the photographer.
A driver finishes his delivery in front of a pedestrian bridge built to transport people over Franklin Street during the UCI Road World Champions.
Students play with their dogs during a quiet afternoon in the compass.