Hokies drop 3-2 decision in 12 frames

Blue Devils escape eighth-inning threat to get win

Details announced for annual Spring Game events

Tech set to host HokieBird Festival, Spirit Clinic, and Canned Food Drive

Lavender Ceremony celebrates graduates and allies

LGBT graduates encouraged to register for the 6th Annual Lavender Commencement Ceremony by May 1.

Andrea Ledesma receives 2014 College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences Outstanding Senior Award

A member of the University Honors program, Andrea Ledesma received the 2013 Department of History prize for the best undergraduate historical research.

Catherine Goggins wins Udall Scholarship

Catherine Goggins, a junior majoring in agricultural and applied economics, has won a 2014 Udall Scholarship. She is one of 50 students, and the only one from Virginia, to receive the award.

Pamplin dean charts a new course for the college

Since taking the helm in July 2013, Sumichrast has embarked on a torrid pace of change. He likes a fast pace, he says. But his moves also reflect his desire to make the most of the momentum he currently has, including the keen interest and enthusiastic response he has received from Pamplin faculty and [...]

Basketball Signing Period Update: Guard Ahmed Hill Released From Marquette LOI

We catch up on men's basketball recruiting as Tech's coaching staff begins to round into shape. Shooting Guard Ahmed Hill has been released from his letter of intent with Marquette and has reopened his recruitment. Hill is rated the No. 54 player in the country in the ESPN100 and will be [...]

Hokies and Blue Devils square off in key ACC series

Four conference weekends remain in battle for ACC postseason spots

Softball takes winning streak to College Park

Hokies and Terrapins set to battle three times

VT Spring Football: Midweek Report

After losing so many seniors and injuries piling up this Spring, opportunities are knocking for many Virginia Tech football players. Halfway through week three of Virginia Tech Spring Football and we are seeing a lot of injures and a lot of shuffling going on. Obviously, with spring ball [...]

Institute for Policy and Governance to study behavioral health education and planning in the New River Valley

Virginia Tech's Institute for Policy and Governance is one of 10 groups nationwide awarded a grant for behavioral health planning and education.

Hokies roll past Liberty, 11-0

Tech runs winning streak to nine games

Baseball to collect books for Herma’s Readers

Fans are encouraged to bring a book for donation

April 16th Only Gets Harder With Each Passing Year

Healing is important, but not as important as confronting the day each year to remember those lost. You'd think that after seven years some of the pain would have subsided, but it has not. Because for each year we are removed from the senseless, tragic massacre that occurred on April 16, [...]

Gobbler Country Is Hosting A Tailgate For The Spring Game!

We hope you'll stop by to meet the staff and do tailgate stuff! Also, I lead off with a mini State of the Site address. Yesterday marked the three-month anniversary of the "re-launch" of Gobbler Country. Though the site was in more than capable hands with Chris Hatcher (Chicago Maroon) [...]

Art show to explore intersection of science and art

In its search for truth, science often finds beauty as well. The Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute's Spring 2014 art exhibition will explore the intertwining of science and art.

Virginia Tech Quarterback Brenden Motley Moves To The Top Of The Depth Chart

Red-shirt sophomore quarterback Brenden Motley apparently didn't get the memo. Many thought it a forgone conclusion that he'd be moving to the defensive side of the ball after spring practices ended. With a red-shirt senior quarterback waiting in the wings in Mark Leal; a red-shirt junior [...]

Women’s Soccer Kicks It For Colie

Hokies raise over $1,000 for Elon forward

Field set for 2014 Chick-fil-A Bowl Challenge

Top coaches and celebs tee it up for $520,000 scholarship purse

An Interview With Tech Hockey Coach Joey Mullen

Before we begin, we'd like to extend a big thank you to Coach Joey Mullen for taking the time to answer our questions. And now, the interview: Are there any NHL or college teams that you try to emulate? Any particular styles of play you like to see on the ice? I love the flyers and the hard [...]
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