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Class Notes

Class Notes

2018 stories

In memoriam

Virginia Tech mourns President Emeritus Charles W. Steger.

From saving seals to talking TED

Forging a path to a fulfilling career usually takes time, but occasionally, a childhood passion provides the inspiration. Claire Simeone was that kid.

Hokie time travel

Working in Newman Library’s Special Collections meant traveling through time for Rebecca Williams to meet her parents as mid-80s college students.

How Tech Ticks

Finding the right match

How Tech Ticks

Finding the right match

How Tech Ticks

Finding the right match

How Tech Ticks

Finding the right match

Match Day’s mix of celebration and uncertainty at a pivotal time in medical students’ lives makes for intense emotions.

Around the Drillfield
Veterinary College’s diagnostic laboratory earns full accreditation

Virginia Tech Animal Laboratory Services (ViTALS), a full-service veterinary diagnostic laboratory at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, has become the first diagnostic laboratory in Virginia to receive full accreditation from the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians (AAVLD), an internationally recognized accrediting body.

Corps of Cadets
Corps honors two alumni

David E. Lowe ’63 and Air Force Gen. Thomas C. Richards ’56 were honored with the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets’ first-ever Distinguished Alumni Awards.

Alumni profiles and news

Caroline Murphy discovered the path to a dream career is not always direct but it requires adjustment, hard work, and sometimes a blending of passions.

Alumni travel
Live, love, and travel

Join the Traveling Hokies on a journey of exploration, learning, and discovery on tours in 2018 offered through the Alumni Association.

What's In It?
Virginia Tech’s own natural history collection

Hidden away on the first floor of Cheatham Hall are thousands of animals, each one carefully catalogued.

Still Life
Buzzing around

Virginia Tech is home to between 30 and 70 bee hives, depending on the season and roster of research projects.

Urban computing

Can data science help find solutions for urban problems? For Naren Ramakrishnan, the answer is an unequivocal “yes.”

The 21st-century library

In a world of digital downloads, audio and video streams, and ebooks, the library is no longer the quietest spot on campus.