Virginia Western Community College celebrated the newest building on campus Wednesday, a center for students of science and health professions.
Governor Bob McDonnell joined Virginia Western President Robert Sandel, Virginia Tech President Charles Steger, University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan and Glenn DuBois, chancellor of Virginia’s community college system, to dedicate Virginia Western’s Horace G. and Ann H. Fralin Center for Science and Health Professions.
A new round of attack ads are being lobbed in Virginia’s heated off year election.
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New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is dropping more than one million dollars in support of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe. The first ad shows images of the Virginia Tech and Navy Yard shooters as the announcer lambasts the Republican candidate’s positions on guns.
Virginia Tech is putting the arts front and center with its new $100 million arts complex named for a working artist.
The new building will be called, the ‘Moss Arts Center,’ for painter and philanthropist, Patricia Buckley Moss, known for her pastel portrayals of rural life and landscape in Virginia. Moss became a successful artist after a teacher recognized her intelligence and potential, despite her difficulty with reading. Still a working artist at 80 years old, she also advocates for incorporating the arts into education.
Based on the latest Quinnipiac Poll, if the election for Virginia Governor were held today, Democrat Terry McAuliffe would beat Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli by a significant margin.
The spread itself isn't different from the last Quinnipiac poll. But the survey contained the revelation that if most supporters of Libertarian candidate Robert Sarvis changed their minds, the shift would not fall in Cuccinelli's favor.
In recent days we’ve been bringing you several stories about end of life care, about hospice, and about healing. And today, we have another one….as sometimes there are “watershed moments” where our purpose in life suddenly becomes crystal clear.
That happened to Martin Spinelli, a Virginia Tech graduate and former WVTF reporter, after his wife died and his son was seriously injured in a traffic accident. Spinelli has written about the crash in a personal memoir.