Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced a number of coronavirus-suppressing mandates Friday afternoon that went into effect Sunday at midnight.
Editor’s note: The information regarding COVID-19 was collected on April 14 and is subject to change.
Virginia Tech alum Xandria Phillips has won the 2021 Whiting Award for poetry. They are one of 10 people selected to win this award for the year of 2021.
The Virginia General Assembly gave final approval to a bill legalizing possession of marijuana and limited home growth in the Commonwealth of Virginia starting July 1, 2021. This came three years sooner than anticipated.
Gov. Northam announced last Thursday that the COVID-19 vaccine will be eligible for everyone age 16 and up in Virginia by April 18.
The Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community has been grappling with the recent killings in Atlanta, Georgia, and the rapid rise of anti-Asian attacks nationwide.
Finally, the news many Hokies have anticipated since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic: Virginia Tech announced its intention for a fully in-person fall semester.
The New River Health District will begin administering the COVID-19 vaccine to people who fall in the Phase 1c category, which includes university employees.
On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package, also known as the American Rescue Plan. Within the package, $170 billion was allocated for K-12 schools and higher education institutions.
Virginia Tech’s cloud of uncertainty surrounding the possibilities of in-person commencement celebrations has been lifted as Gov. Northam releases a draft plan for safe in-person commencements on Wednesday.
The Virginia Tech Student Government Association (SGA) has started their transition process into a new senate structure in efforts to increase diversity, accessibility, accountability and cohesion.
On Thursday, Jan. 14, Gov. Ralph Northam authorized the New River Valley to expand vaccinations for COVID-19 to those aged 65 and over, as well as those aged 16 to 64 with qualifying health conditions.
In its newest venture in education innovation, Virginia Tech has launched a new MBA program, and in COVID-19 fashion, it will be administered completely online starting Summer 2021.
The victim of the recent Sunridge Drive burglary has been kept anonymous due to safety and privacy concerns.
Suspended Virginia Tech Basketball player Tyrece Radford was found guilty of first-offense driving under the influence Feb. 3 in Montgomery County General District Office.