This semester might look a little different from the norm, but there’s still plenty of ways to connect with the Virginia Tech community.

To help remind students of just how much there was to do last semester, Virginia Tech Student Affairs launched the Hokies Can Do campaign. It aims to continue spreading the word of fun, safe ways to engage this spring. Don't forget to check out VT Better Together for resources promoting good mental health.

Here are some events coming up this week:

Friday, March 5

Body Project Series 2A / 2B

Welcome Week Leader Recruitment Party

Koru Mindfulness Basic (A)

Student Loans and Debt Management

BANDSLAM

Movie Night - Ferris Bueller's Day Off

Saturday, March 6

Sketch & Stretch

Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Annual Exhibit, "Why We Can't Wait"

Monday, March 8

Student Loans and Debt Management

International Women's Day

Vaping 10

Tuesday, March 9

Combo: Do It Safer & Contraception

What are the Principles of Community and why are they referenced so often?

Developing Resiliency Workshop Series: Learning to Press Pause

Indigenous Identity

Student Loans and Debt Management

Beyond Boundaries Support Group

Civility in the Age of Cancel Culture: Building Community in Student Organizations

TikTok Musical Bingo

Wednesday, March 10

Koru Mindfulness Basic (B)

 Money Habits and Attitudes Workshop

Helping Friends in Distress

Learn to Draw #3

Spring Interfaith Dialogues for Students

Table Talk: Virtual

What are the Principles of Community and why are they referenced so often?

Venture Builders Workshops

Thursday, March 11

Wake Up With Cook

New River Valley Livability in Action: Regional Exchange

Welcome Week Leader Recruitment Party

Sleep Better Techniques

Wind Down with Cook

Purpose & Leadership for Positive Change - Online Workshop for Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Deep Dive: Interfaith Cooperation & Civil Rights

Student Loans and Debt Management

Queer Sex Ed w/ Stephanie Zapata

For other ideas on what to do, visit GobblerConnect.