Breaking the double barrier: the first black women at Tech
When the first black women students entered Virginia Tech in September 1966, they were a minority within a minority -- six black females in a sea of about 9,500 white men, 500 white women, and 20 black men. Three women recount their experiences.
Education for the whole person
The Student Affairs division prepares students for life through programs aimed at coping with stress, personalities, problem roommates, and others. In "Interviewing: It's All about Eating," Laura Rosback shares her experience attending a college-level etiquette class.
From growing food to growing industry
Virginia Tech opens its doors to business collaborations as it expands the land-grant mission. Some successful partnerships have produced a personal tracking device and lured a nail factory to Virginia.
Illustrator Greg Voth becomes a master of smear tactics
Virginia Tech architect turned illustrator Greg Voth '75 has created a style of spattered, smudged art that evokes a sense of tension and movement. He is marketing his work nationally, overcoming a sight disability that makes drawing difficult.
Short Features About Alumni
Virginia Tech alumni are involved in many interesting ventures. Here are the stories of a few of them.
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