The Moss Arts Center joins Rugh live from its lobby on Friday, July 10, for a lunchtime performance and moderated discussion exploring the ways she’s transitioned her dance instruction to an online environment.
Join Brandon Jutras, Lyme disease expert, as he discusses past and future challenges of Lyme disease, and what his team at Virginia Tech is doing to tackle this pervasive problem that impacts more than 400,000 Americans each year.
“Digital Third Coast Percussion: Danny Elfman” is a free livestream event that includes a performance, an interview with film composer Danny Elfman, and a live discussion with Third Coast Percussion on Friday, May 29.
The PanJammers, an award-winning steel drum orchestra based in Blacksburg and featuring many faculty, staff, and alumni of Virginia Tech, has recorded a virtual version of the traditional graduation song for the Class of 2020.
The Moss Arts Center celebrates student creativity with its Student Arts Spotlight. From collages, sketches, and paintings to music performances, digital works, and sculpture, explore work created by students from various disciplines.
An annual event since 2001, this year’s Relay For Life at Virginia Tech was one of several on-campus gatherings derailed in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19. The event will now span five days, from April 20–24, and include dozens of tributes, musical performances, and special guests that Hokies can access with a computer or mobile device.
Virginia Tech will celebrate the Class of 2020 during online commencement exercises Friday, May 15, at 6:30 p.m. ET. The first-of-its-kind event will feature inspirational messages from notable Hokies, including Miss America 2020 Camille Schrier, legendary defensive coordinator Bud Foster, and world-renowned poet and University Distinguished Professor Nikki Giovanni.