LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Having just finished reading the most recent edition of Virginia Tech Magazine, I am compelled to communicate that this was the best edition I have ever read. Having graduated more than 50 years ago, I have a good perspective by which to make that judgment. Great job!
Seth P. Oginz (distributive education '62)
In the winter edition's "on the cover" caption, Christopher Cummins' first name was misspelled. Also, the date of birth for Jonathan A. Clifton's (communication '08) son was incorrect; Jackson was born on Dec. 20, 2012. Virginia Tech Magazine regrets the errors.
Exactly two years ago, we rolled out a redesigned magazine with a markedly different look on the cover and inside pages. Since that time, we’ve conducted readership surveys in which you’ve told us that the publication accurately represents the university’s brand. We’ve also made subtle adjustments throughout the magazine as we familiarized ourselves with the new template. However, in order to keep the design fresh, we decided to revisit the cover—and we’re already seeing how its configuration will give us more flexibility as we tell the Hokie Nation’s stories. As always, thank you for reading Virginia Tech Magazine!
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