Winter 2018 stories
Sarah Edwards makes a splash in the steeplechase event.
Tech alumni Jack and Alley DuFour of Blacksburg, Virginia, founded Taaluma Totes five years ago, the company that crafts bags from fabric found across the globe.
Maja Lehnus ’84 has been the first woman to hold six progressively more responsible positions with the CIA.
Virginia Tech Dining Services is no stranger to the spotlight. The tradition of the award-winning program grows each year as it routinely earns top-tier national rankings and honors for its food quality and service to the university community.
Around the Drillfield
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held In December to celebrate the opening of the Southgate Drive and U.S. 460 interchange.
Corps of Cadets
The Virginia Tech community gathered at the War Memorial Pylons on Nov. 10 for Veterans Day.
Alumni profiles and news
Willis Blackwood ’72 and Mary Nolen Blackwood ’73, of Richmond, Virginia, and Bonita Springs, Florida, recently donated $2 million to name and endow the director’s position within the rapidly growing Virginia Tech Program in Real Estate.
Your grandmother’s insistence that you get more bug bites because you’re “sweeter” may not be that far-fetched, according to pioneering research from Virginia Tech scientists.
Join the Traveling Hokies on a journey of exploration, learning, and discovery on tours in 2018 offered through the Alumni Association.
In November 2017, the Council of International Student Organizations presented “Dance of Nations.”
Beef, pork, and lamb—they’re more than what’s for dinner. At Virginia Tech’s Meat Science Center, the products are part of a partnership of learning that connects students with the community.
What's In It?
Students from the Honors College demonstrated their winter semester projects inside the Cyclorama in the Cube.