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Article ItemDo you feel lucky? ‘Spaghetti Western’ takes on classic genre with Silly String , article
You may have heard of “A Fistful of Dollars,” “For a Few Dollars More,” and “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” but now there is a fourth movie, one that changes the stereotypes of the Western genre. “Spaghetti Western,” a collaborative Virginia Tech community short film, is pointing fingers, taking names, and garnering awards as it challenges notions of age, gender, and race through humor.
Article ItemEasing digital communication across companies one code at a time , article
Carlos Evia, a professor in the School of Communication and the associate dean for transdisciplinary initiatives in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, has helped revolutionize digital communication with his research in DITA and Lightweight DITA. His transdisciplinary approaches in the digital realm align with Virginia Tech’s Beyond Boundaries vision.
Article ItemStudying abroad during a pandemic offers lessons in resilience , article
In a normal year, students on study abroad programs experience tremendous growth as they navigate new cultures and environments. Add a global pandemic to the mix, and the experiences become all the more life-changing.
Article ItemDean Laura Belmonte outlines the state of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences , article
“Humanity is at the core of all we do in the college,” Belmonte said, noting that the college’s disciplines span topics as diverse as data analytics and Dante, criminology and creative writing, and Bach and bok choy.
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Article ItemCommonwealth Cyber Initiative funds seven projects to curb the spread of misinformation campaigns , article
Funded projects across Virginia universities explore the role of cybersecurity in limiting the spread of disinformation and misinformation.
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