In Today's News

Tuesday, November 21

Trumpet studio recital today

VCU music presents a trumpet studio recital today at 7 p.m. in the W.E. Singleton Center. Admission is free.

Bill would restrict access to student’s information after NexGen’s tactics

Delegate Tony Wilt pre-filed a bill for next year’s legislative session to limit access to student directory data in public universities. Student’s data would only be available if they “opted-in.” The proposal comes after NexGen Virginia used the Freedom of Information Act to access phone numbers of colleges students to campaign for governor-elect Ralph Northam.

New restrictions for protests at Lee monument

Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced new restrictions for protests at Lee monument on Monument Ave., ending the temporary ban. The restrictions limit groups to 500, ban guns and require permits for any event that draws a crowd of more than 10.

Provisional residency ends for 60,000 Haitians

The Trump administration announced Monday that Haitians in the U.S. on a provisional residency have 18 months to leave. The provisional residency was granted after the 2010 earthquake. The Department of Homeland Security determined that the circumstances allowing Haitians residency no longer exist.

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Our news updates are written by Mary Lee Clark, Tyler Hammel, Jack Laudano, Hannah Parker, and Julie Rothey. Julie Rothey records our broadcasted updates. The music in our updates is "Mario Bava Sleeps In a Little Later Than He Expected To" by Chris Zabriskie, available at the Free Music Archive.