Virginia Tech will host thousands of new hockey on the day of the event

BLACKSBURG, V. -As the start of the new school year, Virginia Tech hosted a holiday for thousands of students on Saturday.

Building Muscles From Boxes and Boxes Muscle Building Introduction Day is here at Virginia Tech.

From Saturday to Tuesday, more than 6,880 new hockey will be stored in their halls. But when students registered for a 90-minute break, first-year student Daniel Clump, from Las Vegas, Pennsylvania, said the day of the move was not as stressful as expected.

“There was no chaos. It was very soft, ”said Clump. There were so many things to wear and to get in so fast.

As the threat of coronavirus continues, 1,500 hockey assistants will help guide and clean mobile devices this week.

Families do not need to wear masks like they did last year. But once the family of Cole Walton, a professor of high school computer science, came home and armed one of them.


[Virginia Tech to require masks indoors in designated areas starting Aug. 10]

“I personally wish that this was not the case, but I think it’s important,” said Walton.

The day of movement due to the cholera virus makes more sense for some new students. Eliza Copeland, a freshman from Harrisonburg, said she was the first to set foot on campus.

“We couldn’t really do college visits or anything,” Copeland said. “I mean, I did some imaginary visits, but I didn’t come here in person. It’s bigger than I expected. ”

There will be a series of activities on campus next week to welcome elementary students, but high school students like Walton will be absent.


We have special arrangements only for them [sophomores], Because we know they missed a bit last year, said Sean Grube, director of Virginia Tech Housing and Living at Home.

Classes begin on August 23.

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