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Professor helping Clemson uncover its legacy of slavery collaborates with similar efforts at Virginia Tech

Rhondda R. Thomas, a literature professor and the driving force behind Clemson University's Call My Name research project, recently visited historic Virginia Tech sites that are working to…

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DJ Chris Kopec '00 gives back with virtual dance party

During the early weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic, Virginia Tech alumni and part-time DJ, Chris Kopec, '00, threw a live-streamed basement dance party to cheer up his family, but to his surprise…

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What are Hokies thankful for?

We asked Hokies, “What are you thankful for this year?” One Hokie perhaps put it best, "There's so much to be thankful for."

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Hokie parents give advice to new students

As moving day comes to a close in 2019, new Hokie parents send their kids off while giving them advice on their future endeavors on the campus of Virginia Tech.

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2019 Virginia Tech Orientation Wrap-Up

Through 17 First-Year and 4 Transfer Orientation sessions, the New Student and Family Programs Orientation Team welcomed a record number of Hokies to campus for 2019 Summer Orientation; 7,062…

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Descendants come home to the Fraction Family House

Family members recently toured the Fraction Family House. Kerri Moseley-Hobbs, a Fraction family descendant, says it's much more than just a reunion.

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Kids learn about gardening, food prep at Family Food Fest camp

Family Food Fest is a partnership between Hahn Horticulture Garden at Virginia Tech and Virginia Cooperative Extension through Virginia Tech and Virginia State University. The youth day camp featured…

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Staff Association supports graduate student’s quest to study policies about the incarcerated

When the scholarship committee of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences Staff Association met to review applications for 2018-19, Amy Morgan’s résumé and essay stood out.…

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A busy spring weekend

With the Run in Remembrance, the Black Alumni Reunion, and Family Weekend, there was no shortage of things to do on campus from April 14-16, 2018.

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