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If These Walls Could Talk: 150 Years of Corps of Cadets History

Celebrate the 150-year legacy of Virginia Tech through the history of its cadets through a one-of-a-kind sesquicentennial show, created and produced by the Institute of Creativity, Arts, and…

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Spring Fest 2021

Student Affairs welcomed students to Dietrick Field Monday afternoon for Spring Fest. To ensure a safe experience, all carnival games and activities were sanitized between uses.

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Frank Beamer and the Virginia Tech Therapy Dogs Have a Message for You

Former Head Football Coach Frank Beamer and the Virginia Tech Therapy Dogs have a message to share with Hokies everywhere about working together to stay safe during COVID-19.

From  J. Scott Parker 2 likes 1,021 plays

VT Engage offers early voting shuttle rides

VT Engage is helping students and employees vote early by offering a free shuttle service to one of the county's early vote locations. Shuttles will be offered at various times from Monday…

From  Raymond Meese 1 likes 130 plays

New measures bring commitment to keeping dining halls safe

The approach to dining, like many things, has changed this year at Virginia Tech. Vice president for student affairs, Frank Shushok, says Dining Services is committed to providing safety to both…

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Grab and Go Welcome Week Activities

As a part of Hokie Welcome Week grab and go activities, such as these coloring pages were made available to students.

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Frank Shushok outlines expectations for all students

Frank Shushok, vice president for student affairs, sets boundaries necessary for a successful fall semester.

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Welcome Week event supports children in need

One of this year's Welcome Week Grab'n'Go events supported Project Linus, a non-profit organization that provides homemade blankets to children in need.

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Frank Shushok welcomes students to campus

Frank Shushok, vice president for student affairs, welcomes students to campus and urges community to embrace public health guidelines.

From  Dawn Jefferies 1 likes 1,310 plays

Move-in begins

Hokies begin moving into residence halls during an extended move-in period with special precautions taken due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

From  Ryan Young 1 likes 640 plays