Senior, psychology and gender, sexuality and women’s studies double major
Staten Island, N.Y.
Niya Flemmings’ feet serve as her preferred mode of transportation across campus.
A typical day might involve going to class in Hibbs Hall, meeting friends at Shafer Court Dining Center, attending a sorority meeting and working as manager of Break Point Games and Lounge. The full schedule suits her.
“I wanted to be involved on campus as much as possible,” she said. “I wanted to meet people from all kinds of backgrounds. That’s why I picked VCU — for all of the different options and opportunities here.”
Flemmings said the VCU campus drew her in.
“There is just something about the vibe,” she said. “There are so many diverse people and so many things going on. It was just, bam! This is VCU. You need to come.”