Breaking News

Photo by Erin Edgerton

Finalist: Breaking News
-Society of Professional Journalists (Region 2)
3rd Place: Public Safety Writing
-Virginia Press Association
4th Place: Breaking News
-Hearst Awards

More than 1,000 anti-Trump protestors shut down highway, eight VCU students arrested
Vigil for fallen trooper draws nationwide support
State Police confirm trooper, Richmond Greyhound gunman died
Opioid Addiction Crisis

Illustration by Norine King

1st place: Public Health Writing Portfolio
-Virginia Press Association
Finalist: Feature Writing
-Society of Professional Journalists (Region 2)
Foundation helps addicts recover as opioid deaths soar
VCU, local groups partner to fight opioid addiction crisis
McAuliffe declares Va. opioid crisis a Public Health Emergency
Feature: in-depth reporting
3rd Place: Public Safety Writing
-Virginia Press Association

Illustration by Miranda Leung

Court hears transgender student's appeal to use restroom
VCU PD implements first "survivor-centered" campus reporting program
VCU's tenuous claim to Title IX transparency

Photo by Casey Cole

'I think about tomorrow' | A Syrian refugee family begins a new life in Virginia
Obama discusses college affordability with student reporters
Hitting too close to home: student's homicide reflects national trend of gun violence victims
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