Expert to discuss violent video games, mental health
February 22, 2011
Christopher Ferguson, an associate professor in the department of behavioral sciences at Texas A&M International University, has been conducting research on the correlation between media violence and violence or aggression in our youth.
Students lobby state legislators
February 7, 2011
Job access and higher education funding were high priorities for Virginia college students as they lobbied the general assembly in Richmond Thursday.
Q&A: Tech preps for ‘Hokie Day’ in Richmond
January 26, 2011
Bo Hart, SGA president, is one of several Virginia Tech students who will participate in Thursday’s “Hokie Day,” a lobbying day in Richmond to promote university funding initiatives.
Memorial license plates available soon
January 25, 2011
Virginia Tech students, alumni and supporters will now be able to show their support for victims of the April 16, 2007, campus shootings while they drive.
Crowding annoys BT patrons
November 29, 2010
Many Virginia Tech students have begun to notice the overcrowding of certain Blacksburg Transit buses.
Resident advisor jobs draw stiff competition
November 16, 2010
More students are competing for Virginia Tech’s resident advisor positions.
Graduate Life Center turns five
November 8, 2010
Virginia Tech alumni, graduate students, and staff all gathered in the Graduate Life Center’s multipurpose room last Friday to celebrate its 5th anniversary.
Tech classes ‘pay it forward’
November 3, 2010
Two introductory psychology classes were able to participate in a social movement at Virginia Tech last week.
Voters exceed turnout expectations in Montgomery County
November 2, 2010
An overall voter turnout of 40.4 percent in Montgomery County was slightly higher than expected for a midterm election.