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Hokies in the Heart of Politics: Virginia Tech students experience the Washington Semester

The School of Public and International Affairs offers students an opportunity to simultaneously intern and earn credits toward their degrees in the nation's capital.This video features three…

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Reimagining Saint Paul's College

About 200 miles from their offices and classrooms in Blacksburg, Virginia Tech faculty, researchers, and students are working with a group of St. Paul’s College alumni and Brunswick County…

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The Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine's Annual Open House April 2023

The Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine hosted its Annual Open House event on Saturday, April 15, 2023, from 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM in Blacksburg. This free event was open to the public and…

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Hokies host food drive for community members in need

The Virginia Tech COVID Crushers and the Student Nutrition and Dietetic Association at Virginia Tech organized a drive to collect food for people and pets for the New River Valley Agency on Aging and…

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The importance of being vigilant and wearing masks during the COVID-19 pandemic

Hokies in their own words explain why now, more than ever, the Virginia Tech community must remain committed to adhering to public health safety guidelines.

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Students answer calls for Virginia Tech's COVID-19 helpline

Students with the university's helpline say why it's important to help out in getting information to the community about Virginia Tech's ongoing response to COVID-19. The helpline…

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Hokies at the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute Help Neighbors in Roanoke, Virginia Overcome Food Insecurity

The Fralin Biomedical Research Institute at VTC recently partnered with the City of Roanoke’s Public Libraries to donate and distribute 500 hams to help neighbors throughout the Roanoke Valley…

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Cycling on the rise during COVID-19 pandemic

Ralph Buehler, professor and chair of the Urban Affairs and Planning department in the School of Public and International Affairs, discusses how cycling has increased globally in relation to the…

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Veterinary college alumna Lauren Dodd ’19 serves the world

A dual-degree graduate of the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, veterinarian Lauren Dodd ’19 continued a family legacy of service when she commissioned in the U.S. Army…

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Students share COVID-19 resources in downtown Blacksburg

A group of Masters of Public Health and undergraduate students known as COVID Crushers take to downtown Blacksburg every Friday night to handout free masks, hand sanitizer, and resources regarding…

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Be Well Hokies | How to Wear Your Mask

🎥: Produced by Virginia Tech Student Affairs Communications

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Be Well Hokies | Keep Your Distance

🎥: Produced by Virginia Tech Student Affairs Communications

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Be Well Hokies | Wear Your Mask

🎥: Produced by Virginia Tech Student Affairs Communications

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Creating a healthy environment for the fall semester

Prior to COVID-19, there were approximately 300 hand sanitizer locations in the academic and administrative buildings. Before the fall semester begins, there will be about 1,900 locations around the…

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Dean M. Daniel Givens joins the veterinary college at Virginia Tech

On June 1, 2020, the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech proudly welcomed Dr. M. Daniel Givens on his first official day as dean of the college. Learn more about Dean…

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Expert explains why animal coronavirus vaccines are unsafe--and ineffective--for human use

Humans should never be injected with vaccines created to treat animal coronaviruses, explains Andrea Bertke, associate professor of infectious diseases in the Department of Population Health…

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