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As the limestone-ridden town of Blacksburg braces for what seems like another never-ending winter, let’s all look back to the joy just a few months ago when we would have complained about the heat instead of the seemingly rampant amount of people going on ski trips.

The start of a new year brings new resolutions that people create to motivate themselves and get them pumped for the year ahead and the endless possibilities it brings. This is especially true this year as we move on to a new decade.

As the fall 2019 semester is coming to a close, for many, one big task remains: ace those final exams. Whether it be your Visual Media class or your Chem Lab, odds are you’ve got a final or two (or more) on your plate before you disappear for winter break. For some, these finals will make or…

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Finals season is without a doubt the most stressful time of the semester. With the semester coming to a close, becoming overwhelmed with final exams, projects and papers doesn’t come as a surprise to students. Experiencing certain levels of stress and anxiety surrounding exams is normal, but…

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There comes a time in every semester that a team must assemble to meet the challenge of course-specific testing, to face the threat of a lower GPA and to come out of the conflict victorious, united in survival and intellectual enlightenment (or perhaps simply sheer bewilderment of the passin…

It’s finally that time of year again: finals week. It’s one of the most dreaded events Hokies have to look forward to, as all of the assignments start to build up and you can’t make flash cards for every exam. This time can be extremely stressful.

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Is school, work or distance keeping you from visiting your family on the holidays? Stuck in Blacksburg for Thanksgiving break? Well don’t fret because Blacksburg will make you feel like you're right at home. Here is a list of things to do in Blacksburg this Thanksgiving break. 

Have you noticed that it’s now a good 30 degrees in the morning when you’re walking to your 9:05? Are you like me, and are too stubborn to pull out your parka unless the air is cold enough to freeze the puddles on the sidewalk? Admittedly, that is a very good way to get sick. 

Moving off campus is a major stepping stone in one’s college career. For most, it’s the first time living in the absence of any authority, whether that be a parent or an RA. This preconceived idyllic bliss, however, is shaken with a quick, frightening glance into the “real world.” From bills…

Virginia Tech is abundant with off-campus housing options. According to US News and World Report, 67% of students at Virginia Tech live off campus. That is a significant number of Hokies living in houses, townhouses, basements, attics and apartment complexes.However, when it comes to the sta…

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While many Tech students are currently searching for new housing for next year, some students will decide to stay on campus due to the perceived benefits of doing so. 

You hear it once a week, year after year. Echoing through the halls of Newman Library, bellowing across the Drillfield, the sound ripples across campus. It’s hard to miss the voices of the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets Ranger Company as they run across campus during the week of the homecomin…

The fall semester has rolled around again, and as the summer heat slowly begins to fade and the leaves are soon to begin to turn, the arts here at Virginia Tech are as alive and active as ever. Here are five art events worth checking out that will enrich your VT experience this fall.

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.