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Video game adaptations are making a comeback

Video game adaptations are back on the rise — sort of. The stigma that video game movies and series are terrible has long been embedded for the larger part of

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Accelerating your graduate degree at Virginia Tech

Deciding whether or not to go to graduate school is an important decision that burdens students of all majors and ages. The application process can seem daunting, but there are

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Thinking out loud: Deciding to apply to graduate school

As the college experience starts to wind down for some, the relief of graduation may be overshadowed by feelings of anxiety over the question everyone seems to want to know:

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Virginia Tech volleyball loses at Cassell for the first time all season, falling to Syracuse

Virginia Tech’s volleyball team (9–6, 2–2) lost at home for the first time this season, falling to Syracuse (8–6, 4–0) 3–1. The Hokies committed 46 errors and were unable to

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Virginia Tech Fall 2022 first-year class most diverse in university history

In a VTx press release, Virginia Tech announced its fall 2022 class, composed of both freshman and transfer students, was the most diverse in Virginia Tech history.

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Virginia Tech’s Undergraduate Student Senate announces election results

The Undergraduate Student Senate held its election from Sept. 19 to 22. According to VTx, the newly elected cabinet consists of President Caroline Lohr, who was president last year; Ainsley

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Hokies dominate the water to secure first win of the season

The Hokies secured their first win of the season on Saturday due to strong performances and outings from both the men’s and women’s teams.

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Women’s soccer comes back to upset the Tar Heels

The Hokies (9–2–1) defeated the No. 3 North Carolina Tar Heels (9–3, 2–1 ACC) 2–1 on Saturday night. The Tar Heels entered the contest with just two losses, including an

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Hokies suffer another beatdown to the Tar Heels

For first-year head coach Brent Pry, bringing Virginia Tech football back to its former glory has revealed itself to be a taller order with each passing game.

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Hokies swim and dive dominates to secure first win of the season

The Hokies secured their first win of the season on Saturday due to strong performances and outings from both the men’s and women’s teams.