VTDITC Hip Hop Studies

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VTDITC: Hip Hop Studies at Virginia Tech, or, more commonly, Virginia Tech Digging in the Crates, is a practitioner-focused, student-driven, culturally responsive community engagement program that prioritizes experiential learning. The multifaceted and ever-evolving program is based in Southwest Virginia on the campus of Virginia Tech (a public, land grant university with a student body of approximately 30,000). VTDITC was co-created by a diverse transdisciplinary team and is now in our seventh consecutive academic year of programming. The program has iteratively developed since the Fall 2016 semester; we have successfully hosted more than 700 events.

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VTDITC vol 42: Mental Health & Hip Hop Ill featuring Dr. Apryl Alexander

March 15, 2023, 04:00 PM
VTDITC Hip Hop Studies

VTDITC vol 43: Intro to DJing & Fair Use

March 23, 2023, 11:00 PM
VTDITC Hip Hop Studies

VTDITC vol 44: The Sankofa Tape Release Reception

April 16, 2023, 05:00 PM
VTDITC Hip Hop Studies

VTDITC vol 45: 6th Annual Beat Battle & Music Production Workshop

April 28, 2023, 12:00 AM
VTDITC Hip Hop Studies


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