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A state constitutional amendment, which proposes a new bipartisan redistricting commission different from the state’s current one-party system, is set to be on November’s ballot.

Early voting rates are higher than they have been in over a century, reflecting Americans’ strong interest in this year’s presidential election. With early voting, there are two options available for voters: mail-in absentee ballots and early in-person voting at their county’s election offic…

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Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke visited Virginia Tech for a town hall meeting as a part of his presidential campaign Friday, Aug. 30. The event, which took place in Hancock Hall’s auditorium, was a part of his larger national campaign through local towns, businesses and colle…

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The Virginia Assembly recently approved a budget which included a higher education package to allow Virginia colleges and universities to produce 25,000 new degrees in computer science and related fields by 2039. The project, which is also known as Tech Talent pipeline, is aiming to support …

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Secretary of the U.S. Army Dr. Mark T. Esper visited Virginia Tech as his first stop on a campus tour of the nation’s six senior military colleges. Virginia Tech has congressional designation because of the Corps of Cadets and had the privilege to host Esper on Friday, April 5. Meeting with …

The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded the Virginia Tech Center for Power Electronics Systems (CPES) and the Power and Energy Center (PEC) $1.8 million to come up with a new system of power distribution that adjusts for the changes in power supply from renewable energy resources.

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With the surfacing of an offensive photograph from Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s 1984 medical school yearbook, the Executive Board of the Young Democrats at Virginia Tech released a statement calling for Northam’s resignation.

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Virginia Tech scientist Tim Long and University of Virginia oncologist Tim Showalter have teamed up to find a solution to alleviate stress and discomfort for women during cancer treatment. Professor Long, a faculty member of Virginia Tech’s College of Science and Showalter, radiation oncolog…