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Virginia Tech pays Clery Act fine stemming from April 16 shootings - Roanoke Times: News

roanoke.com — Tech had fought the fines for several years, at one point taking the case before an education department administrative law judge at a precedent-setting hearing in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 8, 2011. That same day university officials, including now retired Tech police Chief Wendell Flinchum rushed back to campus to deal with the killing Officer Deriek Crouse in an apparent random shooting during a traffic stop.

Theater review: ‘Pilgrim at Tinker Creek’ is -- and isn’t -- meant for the stage - Roanoke Times: Reviews

roanoke.com — "Pilgrim" (the book) won the Pulitzer Prize in 1974 and has become a seminal work of creative non-fiction as well as a testament to Hollins University's creative writing program. Belser, who also directed the play, is a professor of theater at Penn State University, a founder of The Gravity Project, and an accomplished theater artist.
The @roanoketimes review of @hollinstheatre's "Pilgrim at Tinker Creek" - difficulty in adopting to stage shows ow.ly/vRUz7

Brenden Motley is climbing Virginia Tech's depth chart - Roanoke Times: Sports

roanoke.com — No. 1, fifth-year senior Mark Leal, who had to miss last weekend's workout in Lane Stadium with a knee injury. The move wasn't made because of that injury, however. "The depth chart at our position, especially in this situation, is a daily deal," offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler said.

Virginia Tech Carilion School opens "Art of Science" exhibition Thursday - Roanoke Times: Arts & Extras

roanoke.com — "One reason this show is so noteworthy is because it's a joint effort of the school of medicine and the research institute," said Dr. David Trinkle, associate dean for community and culture at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and the program's founder.
Virginia Tech Carilion school in #Rke opens "art of science" exhibition tomorrow > ow.ly/vR3ZS @roanoketimes