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Tech pays $32,500 Department of Education fine

Virginia Tech paid a $32,500 fine in February after a review by the United States Department of Education (DOE) concluded that it failed to respond appropriately during the 2007 mass shooting.__
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Dean Michael Citro to leave Office of the Dean of Students

Assistant Dean of Students Michael Citro, director of Student Organization Support, will leave his position at the end of the semester to start a new job in the Office of the President. Citro will cease to oversee Student Activities and Fraternity and Sorority Life and will deal instead with the University’s external relations.
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U.Va. History Prof. wins Pulitzer

Famed University History Prof. Alan Taylor tallied his second Pulitzer Prize award Monday for his book “The Internal Enemy: Slavery and War in Virginia, 1772-1832.”
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TBTN hosts sexual violence awareness Vigil

The University hosted a vigil by Take Back the Night Foundation to generate awareness about gender-based sexual violence and give survivors of sexual assault an outlet to speak and share their stories.
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Gillespie raises $2.2 million during first quarter

Ed Gillespie, the likely Republican nominee for the Senate in Virginia, recently announced his campaign raised $2.2 million in fundraising in the first quarter. In addition, three out of five donations made to the Gillespie campaign were from Virginians and donations came from a wide variety of areas including 89 different counties across the state.
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