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.
This weekend’s events kickoff with the first of Virginia Tech’s Well-Being Days, today. Some options for spending the day include: visiting the new Rec Sports Field House, exploring Virtual Coping via Cook Counseling Center, and taking part in one of Hokie Wellness’ workshops.
Here are some other events coming up this week:
Friday, Feb. 5
SECL Movie Night - "Tenet"
Saturday, Feb. 6
Virtual Coffee & Canvas
Sunday, Feb. 7
Monday, Feb. 8
Body Project Series 1A / 1B
Developing Resiliency Workshop Series: Self-Care or Treat Yo'Self?
Tuesday, Feb. 9
Campus Movie Fest!
Beyond Boundaries Support Group
The Virginia Tech Union Presents: Rachel Lindsay!
Wednesday, Feb. 10
Combo: Do It Safer & Contraception
Mindfulness for Anxiety
Spring Interfaith Dialogues for Students
Thursday, Feb. 11
What’s Your Why: Leadership, Service, and CliftonStrengths
Wind Down with Cook
Developing Resiliency Workshop Series: Learning to Press Pause
Chef Series: Chocolates with Chef Mark Bratton