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I enjoyed reading the fall 2020 issue of Virginia Tech Magazine.
From the very start with President Sands' message, to the last page, this particular issue made me very proud to be a graduate (and supporter) of Virginia Tech.
I was impressed by the school's response to the pandemic and have been pleased with how Virginia Tech is involved not only in inventing the future, but also in dealing with today's issues in a pragmatic and intelligent way.
Thank you for telling the Hokie story in this issue.
J. Scott Burhoe ’76
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