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Article ItemSchool of Performing Arts begins fall theater season with ‘The Cretans’ , article
The world premiere of the audio production of “The Cretans” will stream online Oct. 2, 9, and 16.
Article ItemLessons from another deadly pandemic courtesy of Virginia Tech researchers , article
Two Virginia Tech professors collaborate to seek a better understanding of COVID-19 through the lens of the 1918 influenza pandemic.
Article ItemChoices and Challenges Forum tackles counternarratives in technology and disability , article
A rapper, a poet, and an activist walk into the 2020 Choices and Challenges Forum … or rather they log into their Zoom sessions and become presenters on multiple topics involving disability and technology. Join this Department of Science, Technology, and Society forum for the thought leaders; stay for the poetry and music.
Article Item‘Hillbilly’ documentary examines Appalachian stereotypes , article
Filmmakers Ashley York and Sally Rubin present a free screening of their film “Hillbilly,” followed by a live Q&A on Oct. 23.
Article ItemComposer Clifton Joseph Guidry III to explore musical connections with Blackness, compassion, and self-love , article
Bassoonist and composer Clifton Joseph Guidry III will offer a virtual multi-day residency that centers on Blackness, radical self-love, mental health awareness, and the connection of music to all these movements.
Article ItemMusic community flourishes during virtual connection , article
A weekly meeting of Virginia Tech music majors, this year’s online Convocation has not only kept many of the long-standing traditions, but also added some new features to the gathering.
Article ItemMary Alice Barksdale honored with emerita status , article
A member of the Virginia Tech community since 2001, Barksdale has made significant contributions to the fields of elementary education, literacy education, and teacher education.
Article ItemAre they smiling or frowning behind that face mask? COVID-19 communication is tricky , article
With only the eyes and forehead showing from behind a face covering, pay close attention to body language, eyes, and tone when communicating with others, say Virginia Tech experts.
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 ItemStudent’s comeback story leads to scholarship support , article
When the senior from Mount Vernon, Virginia, found himself unable to pursue his dream of being a Navy pilot, he rallied by switching to a national security and foreign affairs major at Virginia Tech and resetting his goal to become an intelligence officer in the Navy.
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