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Monday, October 17, 2016
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All day VT Camino Study Abroad - Academic (Newman Library, 2nd Floor Commons)
Walking to school takes on a whole new meaning for student in the VT Camino study abroad program. Participating students lace up their boot... more
Native Voices: Traveling Exhibition - Diversity (Newman Library 2nd floor commons)
The Native Voices traveling exhibition examines the concepts of health and wellness among contemporary American Indians, Alaskan Natives and... more
Course Exhibit: VT Camino Study Abroad - Special Event (Newman Library 2nd floor commons)
Walking to school takes on a whole new meaning for students in the VT Camino study abroad program. Participating students lace up their boot... more
12:00am Fall Bulb Sale - Pre-order + sale - Special Event (Greenhouse and Garden complex, Washington Street)
Pi Alpha Xi, the Honor Society for Horticulture, is sponsoring a flowering bulb sale. We feature the Hokie Blend Tulip Mix (orange and deep... more
8:00am Art by Mary Lou and Bill Hill - Arts (2nd floor west wing of Norris Hall)
You won't want to miss this art exhibit of talented wife and husband artistic duo. Mary Lou and Bill Hill are both members of the League of ... more
8:30am Art in the Garden - Special Event (Hahn Horticulture Garden Pavilion)
Currently on display through October 31st: Bursting with Color by Karen Sewell - fine art in oils, pastels, and more. Works from local ar... more
9:00am Clothesline Project Workshops - Special Event (Women's Center, 206 Washington St., Blacksburg)
The Clothesline Project, an effort to raise awareness of gender-based violence, is a visual testimony to the shattering effect of violence a... more
10:00am Class Ring Ordering for Class of 2016 and 2017 - Special Event (Yorktown Room)
Ring ordering for the Class of 2017 or 2018. Announcement ordering will be available for Class of 2016 students.
10:00am Class Ring Ordering for Class of 2018 - Special Event (Squires Williamsburg Room)
Ring ordering for the Class of 2018. Rings ordered at this time will be delivered in March of 2016.
12:00pm Art Exhibit: Malelingue by Artist Duane Paxson - Arts (Squires Perspective Gallery )
Duane Paxson's sculpture exhibit titled Malelingue, literally "bad tongues" in Italian, or "accusers," is a symbolic representation of the ... more
12:00pm Mindful Mondays - Administration (Newman Library Multipurpose Room)
Mindful Mondays are open for employees and students to drop-in based upon their availability. The hour will consist of 15 minutes of gently ... more
12:15pm THE PEACE PROCESS IN COLOMBIA: - Special Event (Squires Student Center room 122)
Marcia Mejia Chirimia speaks on how communities are organizations are working for a better future. Colombia has experienced 50 years or m... more
12:15pm The Peace Process in Colombia: Communities and Organizations Working for a Better Future - Diversity (American Indian and Indigenous Community Center (Squires 122))
Marcia Mejia Chirimia is an indigenous woman leader of the Sia people in the southwestern Pacific region of Colombia. She lives between the ... more
3:00pm HNFE Seminar: Resist-Diabetes: translating a theory-based approach for maintaining resistance training in older adults with prediabetes into practice - Seminar/Conference (Frallin Auditorium)
Richard Winett, PhD Hellig Meyers Professor Department of Psychology, Virginia Tech Resist-Diabetes: translating a theory-based approac... more
5:00pm ASPECT Working Paper - Academic (Shanks Hall Room 370 / 380)
"'There's Always a Man in the Loop': The Gendered Politics of Civilian Drones" Christine Labuski, Department of Sociology Phil Olson, Depa... more
7:00pm Screening of "Before There Were Parks" and Q&A with Professor Charles Dye - Diversity (American Indian and Indigenous Community Center (Squires 122))
For more than 12,000 years, the intermountain West's native peoples have called the lands known as Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks ho... more
7:30pm John Henry's Big (Man vs. Machine) Jay Crone, trombone; Elizabeth Bachelder, piano - Music/Theatre/Dance (Recital Salon, Squires)
Legendary figure John Henry was the inspiration for Adolphus Hailstork's composition: a tour-de-force for trombone and piano that is a rivet... more










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