Studio Collective is a student-run design journal. The journal is published once a semester and features professional and student work. Studio Collective is looking for new team members that have experience in fields related to design, writing, editing, public relations and more. The interviewing process begins late November. For more information visit our website at www.studiocollective.org.
InStill is hosting Weekly Mindfulness Classes on Tuesdays at 5:30pm, beginning on November 7th, in the Falcon Gallery at the Floyd Center for the Arts. Classes will be taught by seasoned teachers presenting an eclectic blend of styles and techniques including walking meditation, and sense-based meditation. More classes will be announced in the new year.
Department of Alternative Transportation
The Hokie Bike Hub is a service open to Virginia Tech students, staff, and faculty. They are a self-service bicycle workshop, in the ground floor of the Perry St. garage, that is open from 9AM to 6PM Monday to Friday. They are staffed by experienced mechanics that are there to help you learn to repair and maintain your bicycle. For more information, you can call them at 540-231-2116 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WVArts helps local VA/WV communities revision and revitalize community infrastructure to support the arts and literacy. For creative workshops at Solitude of Virginia Tech, online and in the New River Valley you can contact email@example.com or visit www.westernvarts.com
Students for Sensible Drug Policy
Students for Sensible Drug Policy seeks to find better solutions to drug related problems. They have meetings every week where they discuss drug policy and the current community-based campaigns. You can find them on GobblerConnect or Facebook.