'Armageddon' arrives: The sequestration at Tech
March 4, 2013
The dooms-day automatic spending cuts, commonly called sequestration, went into effect on March 1, not only taking away $85.4 billion from Virginia’s state budget, but potentially limiting job prospects for Virginia Tech graduates as well.
Tech readies against sequestration
January 24, 2013
As Congress goes through turmoil, Virginia Tech will be stuck along for the ride.
No belly, no problem: Tech student survives rare form of stomach cancer
November 29, 2012
While many of us were contemplating what we are thankful for this Thanksgiving, Jessica MacKenzie was just thankful to be alive and well.
Double majoring is on the rise
October 23, 2012
Double majors are on the rise at colleges and universities all over the country as well as Virginia Tech.
College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences intro research class is a work in progress
October 10, 2012
Freshmen in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences may not be on the same page as the administration behind the development and importance of their required Into to Research course.
Tech researchers receive $1 million grant from NSF
September 13, 2012
Virginia Tech researchers are working on how to design made-to-order DNA molecules — and have received nearly $1 million to do so.
Research improves helmet safety ranks
July 27, 2011
The Virginia Tech Department of Athletics and the Department of Engineering have been working together on ground breaking research in the field of football equipment safety and awareness.
Who knew snakes can fly?
December 6, 2010
These snakes don’t need to be on a plane in order to fly.
Breathalyzer tests educate Virginia Tech students on alcohol consumption
October 27, 2010
Every weekend, the streets of downtown Blacksburg are alive with Virginia Tech students.
Find funds and faculty support through new program
September 29, 2010
My head throbbed after colliding with my teammate. My knees were bleeding, and I found myself sitting in manure - but all I could do was laugh.