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Christopher C. Kraft, well-known Virginia Tech alum and one of NASA’s first employees, has died at 95 in Houston, Texas. The cause of his death is unknown. He died just two days after the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.

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A number of changes are coming to Virginia Tech. While some are related to the over-enrollment news that broke last spring, others include changes in tuition, expanding campus buildings and improving old facilities.

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Hundreds of students chanted “Title IX excuses crime” throughout Virginia Tech’s campus during the Walkout for Survivors Against Sexual Assault on April 30, where protestors asked for reform on sexual assault proceedings and new Title IX at Virginia Tech.

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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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“After Virginia Tech” by freelance journalist Thomas P. Kapsidelis is a book about the aftermath of the April 16 shooting at Virginia Tech. The book, published by the University of Virginia Press, describes the effects of the tragedy 10 years later and how the survivors and the community are…

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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 …