Art and Museums

The Marshall Plan
4:00 am
Fri May 31, 2013

Digitizing History

George C. Marshall

Sixty-five years ago, ‘The Marshall Plan’ for reviving Europe’s economy after World War II, changed the course of history. As Secretary of State after the war, General George Marshall conceived the plan in the wake of the devastation of World War Two. The plan resides here in Virginia and is still studied by leaders and scholars from all over the world.

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A Photography Project & Exhibit
7:42 am
Thu May 16, 2013

Virginia Tech Helps Japan Document a Tragedy

Japan Tsunami Photography Exhibit

In the wake of great tragedy, great beauty has been known to emerge.

A photography project by people living in temporary housing in a Japanese coastal town devastated by the Tsunami two years ago, offers a record of rebuilding and recovery for the photographers.

The exhibit is called, “We Are All Photographers," a title echoing the phrase, “We are all Hokies”  heard around the world after the Virginia Tech tragedy.

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