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Article ItemMarching as one: Virginia Tech band connects virtually in ‘Tech Triumph’ video , article
The band marches on in an extraordinary rendition of one of Virginia Tech’s most famous fight songs.
Article ItemFrom TikTok videos to Duck Pond lectures, professors get creative with online classes , article
“Great challenges also create great opportunities,” said Paolo Scardina, an assistant professor of practice who has filmed class lectures at waterways throughout campus.
Article ItemCollege awards recognize faculty and staff achievements , article
In the spring of 2020, the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences honored a number of its faculty and staff members with awards in research and creative scholarship, diversity, advising, teaching, and employee excellence.
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Article ItemVirtual reception aims to link faculty with professionals in Roanoke , article
The Virginia Tech Roanoke Center is looking for faculty members to lead professional development classes, workshops, webinars, custom workplace training, and a faculty lecture series.
Article ItemCouncil on Virginia Tech History seeks proposals for public art , article
In preparation for the university's sesquicentennial in 2022, the Council on Virginia Tech History seeks proposals for creative approaches to highlight how historically marginalized communities have shaped and will continue to shape Virginia Tech.
Article ItemIsraeli singer-songwriter-rapper Victoria Hanna combines ancient with modern , article
Hanna performs in her unique style of mesmerizing sounds inspired by rap, hip-hop, international music, and Kabbalistic influences.
Article ItemColloquium series to bring arts leaders to Blacksburg , article
Todd London will be the first of three speakers in the School of Performing Arts’ colloquium series “Art, Community, Ecology, and Health.”
Article ItemStudent finds campus community through music production , article
Sophomore DeRay Manning, a management major in the Pamplin College of Business and a minor in music technology, uses the Media Design Studio in Newman Library as he explores his passion in music and continues to perfect his craft.
Article Item‘The Wolves’ presents female empowerment through modern-day soccer team , article
“The Wolves,” a play by Sarah DeLappe, will be presented in the Squires Studio Salon on Feb. 18-25.
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