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Thompson used technology to transform a traditional publishing project into a choose-your-own-adventure exploration into history and literature.
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Article ItemJemele Hill, Tommie Smith speak on civil rights and social justice , article
Hill, a broadcast journalist, and Smith, a gold-medal Olympian, were the keynote speakers on Jan. 31 as part of Virginia Tech’s 2019 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.
Article ItemUniting expertise with empathy to help students thrive in college , article
In both her research and her teaching, Sheila Carter-Tod aims to make writing more equitable and help equip students to thrive in college and beyond.
Article ItemHokies step up to deliver meals to school students , article
Aboard Roanoke City school buses, counselor education graduate students had traveled through the city to bring meals to the community.
Article ItemLaura Belmonte testifies before U.S. Congress on separation of powers , article
During the live committee hearing on March 3, Belmonte — a noted political historian and dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences — pointed out that the present imbalance between the executive and legislative branches is the result of a decades-long shift rather than a recent turn of events.
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