TSL Podcast Episode 131: Virginia Tech Move-In, and College Football Lurches Towards a Season

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TSL Podcast Episode 131

Note: this podcast is audio-only as we work on developing our remote podcast capability.

Virginia Tech freshman Nick Brown fills in as TSL Podcast host for Evan Hughes and walks us through what move-in day was like, including coronavirus testing. We then talk about the UNC shutdown of in-person classes, Virginia Tech’s “Keep Jumping” campaign, the Big Ten’s disjointed cancellation and resulting uproar, as well as Raheem Blackshear‘s rejected NCAA waiver. Lots to talk about! (90 minutes)


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  1. Wait, CC, did you ever get the JR thing figured out? I’m assuming due process wasn’t a big part of the, well, process, but did anyone ever get around to asking about showing an ID?

  2. For clarity business and engineering are colleges not schools. University > College > School > Department. For example, the music department is in the school of performing arts in the college of liberal arts and human sciences in VPI&SU

  3. Sorry my mic sounds so terrible, folks — the recording process this time around was completely different. We’ll keep working on it.

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