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Graduating from Virginia Tech is an accomplishment that evokes joy, celebration and cherished memories. It's walking on stage, seeing your name on an extremely valuable piece of paper and throwing your creatively decorated cap wildly into the air encompassing Lane Stadium that makes graduati…

Feel as if you’re going “quarantine crazy” yet? With many of us Hokies being trapped inside due to the many social restrictions in place, one might be finding themself in a state of pure boredom by now. While we may be limited in how we can interact with each other due to social distancing, …

With cases of the coronavirus still on the rise, people all over the world are doing their part to slow its spread. For most of us, that might mean that we’ve spent the past two months sitting within the confines of our own homes. The only journeys we’re embarking on is the walk from the cou…

Say what you’d like about the music industry, when it does choose to celebrate its weirdos, it holds nothing back. Fiona Apple is a singer-songwriter who has been something of a critical darling for many years, netting a hefty armload of Grammy nominations over her career, a grand total of s…

Something that many of us have discovered over the course of quarantine is that being stuck indoors all day lends itself to an attitude of catching up on things we might have missed out on. Whether it’s a long delayed viewing of a film or television series or an exceptionally absorbing video…

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Bored in the house? In the house bored? If you’re tired of sitting through online lectures during quarantine and itching for something new to try, there are a bunch of websites offering free lessons on practically anything you’d like to learn. 

The Strokes are one of those bands that frequently appears in search results for “best rock bands” and other similar queries, and yet their presence on the modern rock scene often goes unremarked upon for one reason or another. The band’s 2001 debut album “Is This It” is frequently namecheck…

Disney Pixar movies have a reputation for tugging at the heartstrings, and the legendary studio’s tried-and-true formula seems to keep hitting the mark again and again. There’s no exception when it comes to “Onward,” Pixar’s latest venture into the world of magical realism exploring the bond…

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Let’s face it –– we’re all starting to go crazy at home. This catastrophe we are facing is arguably changing American life in a way not seen since the ‘40s. We need to try to go to the grocery store less, and this time it isn’t because of drug-addled fascist dictators. The only real solution…

In case you haven’t noticed, everyone is spending their time a little bit differently. I feel like I live a pretty mundane life but I’ve decided to document my time during social distancing so I can look back on this crazy time and reminisce on the hot mess that the spring of 2020 was.

Beyond the premature end to a spring semester in Blacksburg, COVID-19 has forced companies to endure severe budget cuts that deem internships the first programs to go. Students no longer have access to the very positions that provide them with the experience necessary to enter their respecti…

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Coupled with the Spring Game in the afternoon, the 3.2 for 32 Run in Remembrance is part of a very eventful day in Virginia Tech’s spring semester. Thanks to the COVID-19 virus, we can’t enjoy any of it, but we can still live up to the spirit of Virginia Tech and remember the lives that were…

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In October of 2018, Sam Frye, a Virginia Tech junior majoring in marketing, decided, as a sophomore, to make his own comedy club on campus called The Comedy Conglomerate. After auditioning for Improv at Virginia Tech, a comedy acting group on campus, Frye and his friends did not get accepted…