Cultural celebrations enhance community
December 9, 2013
Festive wreaths and ornaments line the shop windows and lamp posts along Main Street. At home, many students scramble to buy Christmas trees as soon as Thanksgiving has passed. While Christmas is arguably the most marketed holiday in America, many cultures and religions have celebrations in December, all with different histories and meanings behind them.
Course teaches skills that could save lives
November 7, 2013
In an emergency situation, help might not be just a phone call away. Whether it’s being stuck in the wilderness or in the middle of a large-scale disaster, knowing how to react may be the difference between life and death.
In the loop: Center for the Arts 2013 season line up
October 24, 2013
Accompanying the much-anticipated opening of the Center for Arts is a diverse and dynamic line-up of musical, theatrical and storytelling performances.
Harvard theology professor visits for annual presentation
October 16, 2013
Professor Laura S. Nasrallah of the Harvard Divinity School is visiting Virginia Tech Thursday to give a public lecture on the influence of ethics on history titled “Apostle Paul, St. Paul: The Ethics of History.”
Premiere event unveils the 2015 class ring
October 7, 2013
Ring Premiere is a Virginia Tech tradition that has taken place for over 100 years.
Meet the Homecoming Court
October 2, 2013
What makes you different from the other candidates on Homecoming Court?
He said, She said: What should Tech do to be more sustainable?
September 19, 2013
Virginia Tech has been recognized as one of the top 16 sustainable schools in the country.