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Class of 2020: Grace Baggett

Before the fall 2020 semester began, Grace Baggett, an English major at Virginia Tech, had a few thoughts on what it would be like to virtually graduate.

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Willy and James Consider the holidays

William Howard Taft and James Madison had a daunting task. The two terriers, the official dean’s ambassadors for the Virginia Tech College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, took it upon…

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Sabrina Sturgeon and her unicycle

Sabrina Sturgeon, a graduate student in the School of Education and ASPIRE! Award winner does not allow the world to pass by her. Never one to sit idle, she prefers to view the world from atop one of…

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String Project brings music instruction to Montgomery County

Montgomery County school students are receiving music instruction through the Virginia Tech String Project. Graduate and undergraduate teachers, under the supervision of Virginia Tech Music faculty,…

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Intro To Dance Techniques

The Intro To Dance Techniques class utilizes outdoor spaces to tackle the unique challenges posed to their class due to COVID-19.

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Drafting For The Stage

In Christopher Russo's Drafting For The Stage class students utilize in person instruction to learn the basics of drafting and design.

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First Lady Pamela Northam visits Child Development Center for Learning and Research

First Lady Pamela Northam kicked off her Back to School Tour at the Virginia Tech Child Development Center for Learning and Research. Her visit was intended to highlight how educators are supporting…

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Let's have an amazing semester

So… the fall semester. It feels familiar, yet very different. Sydney Brobbey, a sophomore majoring in communication and English, shares her optimism for being able to make close Hokie…

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How to fit in as a transfer student

Kelton Allen, a national security and foreign affairs major who transferred to Virginia Tech, has some quick and easy advice that applies to all new students.

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Reiss Gidner - College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences 2020 Outstanding Senior

Profile of Reiss Gidner, 2020 Oustanding Senior for the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences.

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A History of the Spanish Flu Pandemic

Professor Tom Ewing discusses the Spanish Flu Pandemic of 1918, how it affected Virginia Polytechnic Institute's campus, and how it relates to the current SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.

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Laura Belmonte testifies on Capitol Hill

Laura Belmonte, noted historian and dean of the Virginia Tech College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, testifies on Tuesday, March 3, 2020, at the U.S. House Committee on Rules in Washington D.C.,…

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ComSciCon 2020

ComSciCon is a communicating science conference for Grad students.

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Improved Studio Gives Students Real World Broadcast Experience On Campus

Improvements made to the broadcast studio and set in the Moss Arts Center gives Multimedia Journalism and Sports Media & Analytics majors a chance to gain newsroom experience in the classroom.

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HokieTalks: Will intelligent machines become human?

Sylvester Johnson, professor and founding Director of the Center for Humanities in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, presented during the 2019 HokieTalks. Watch his talk, "Will…

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HokieTalks: Sea levels are rising - Solutions for watermen and waterbirds

Sarah Karpanty with the Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation in the College of Natural Resources and Environment, gives her presentation "Sea levels are rising: solutions for watermen…

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