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You might have seen the Graduate Life Center at Virginia Tech at orientation, or maybe you had a class in that big auditorium freshman year. Maybe you walked through the building’s carpeted hallways on the way to another destination. Whichever way the GLC has aided in your career at Virginia…

As the clock to graduation counts down, seniors are anxiously trying to figure out what the next step is in life, attending every career or graduate fair and information session available. 

Post Malone’s third studio album is finally live and it does not disappoint. Spotify’s United States Top 50 is swept with songs from Malone and the album is soon to be No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. I think it is safe to say that the album is a success. “Hollywood’s Bleeding,” dropped on …

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Often, much of the in-major coursework for a college student can be both challenging and time-consuming. It’s as though students spend their entire time at college studying the same few topics until they are bored out of their minds.

I am the kind of person who proudly wears the label of “bargain hunter.” I will shop around until I find the best possible deal on whatever it is that I’m looking for, and as a result, I rarely pay full price for what I need. These habits of mine have served me well during my college career,…

Last semester, I studied abroad in Switzerland completing a trans-disciplinary Honors College program aimed at producing better-rounded and intellectually engaged students.

Walking into a job fair is like trying to find classes during the first week of school –– there are a million things going on, and more often than not, students feel lost and confused. Finding a career is stressful, and it takes a lot of work. 

The Engineering Expo is upon Virginia Tech once again. Whether you’ve been waiting for this event all year, have dreaded this event or are a liberal arts major and have no idea what the Engineering Expo is, Squires and Cassel will be a suit-clad jungle Sept. 10–12.

Vomit takes a seat next to the bus stop bench. Trash cans become a landfill for forgotten half-sipped White Claws and 7-Eleven taquitos. Rebellious creatures take flight over speeding cars, their espadrilles kicking up sand into intoxicated faces. Banging doors, broken glass, clothing mangle…

People sliding around in the mud created by spilt beer and wrestling matches. Fourteen music sources blaring at once. Balconies displaying logos of all kinds. A scene reminiscent of the last big urban riot –– or a music festival. Something like that.  

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What could be worse than American actor and comedian Marlon Wayans starring in a Netflix original movie? Marlon Wayans starring as six people in a Netflix original movie.

Syllabus week is here, and I hate to break it to all the freshman out there, but this is the hardest week of college that you will experience in your life. There’s nothing “sylly” about syllabus week at all. Your professors already have assignments lined up, there will be no free time and yo…

Ever since Taylor Swift announced her new album in June, I have been counting down the days until the release of “Lover.” I watched every Instagram Live Swift streamed, researched which deluxe edition of the album to get (the one with the original “All Too Well” lyrics duh) and prepared myse…