In 1970 after the murders of 4 students and the wounding of 9 others, by the Ohio national guard, at Kent State, there was a wave of demonstrations, rallies, and other solidarity actions by students across the country. One such action took place on Virginia Tech’s campus, but these days is little remembered. William’s Hall […]Read more "The 1970 occupation of William’s Hall on Virginia Tech’s campus"
I recently graduated from Virginia Tech. You may know it because of its football program. Or, a little less likely, you may know it for engineering or architecture. However, believe it or not we do learn other things there. Not that most of the student body would not agree with the view that all one […]Read more "Education, Neoliberalism, and the Liberal Arts"