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Winter 05 cover of VT Magazine
Special DVD Issue
Winter 2005
Among the ways Virginia Tech is putting knowledge to work is by being a world leader in communications, information, and instructional technology. The university is changing how scholars teach and how student learn ... and now, it is changing the face of its communications with Virginia Tech alumni and friends. Below, you will find links to the several features found on the special DVD, as well as online bonus features.
Sherry Bithell

Juliet Crichton

Glen Duncan

Special Thanks
to Alumni Relations, University
, and the Virginia
Tech Corps of Cadets
for their
financial support in helping to
make the DVD available to
more alumni and friends.

Cover photo by Michael Kiernan


Today's Virginia Tech
President Charles Steger introduces the special DVD edition of Virginia Tech Magazine.


Virginia Tech: Dreams
Teaching, research, and outreach--Virginia Tech does it all. How will the dreams of our university transform the world?

Hokie Stone: Past, Present, and Future
Review Tech's proud architectural history and get a glimpse of what lies ahead.

Open House: The New Alumni and Conference Center
Join Vice President for Alumni Relations Tom Tillar for a sneak preview tour of this impressive new facility.

The Virginia Tech Challenge
Root for "Team Orange" and "Team Maroon" as they race to learn more about Virginia Tech.


The Worldwide Classroom
In addition to broadening a Hokie's horizons, a study-abroad scholarship can offer a life-changing experience.

An Olympic Effort
"Voice of the Hokies" Bill Roth introduces Tech's new wrestling coach, 1996 Olympic gold medalist Tom Brands.

Guardian of Tradition, Guardian of Excellence
Bear witness to an enduring tradition: The Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets remains dedicated to producing tomorrow's leaders today.

Proud Past, Promising Future
Feel the excitement of Virginia Tech's highly anticipated first year in the Atlantic Coast Conference.


Weighing the Options
Is obesity a growing problem in America? Virginia Tech's food and nutrition experts share their concerns and give tips for the healthiest ways to shape up.

An Evolution in Supercomputing: System X
Virginia Tech faculty, staff, and students pulled together in a race to build the fastest university supercomputer in the world.

Health & Medical Research at Tech
Discover the breadth of ways Virginia Tech researchers are looking for answers to health issues facing us all.


Hokie Stone + Gothic = Virginia Tech by Dan Pezzoni '84
The appropriateness of Virginia Tech's architecture is no accident.

Bonus Information and Web Links
Want to learn more? There's a wealth of knowledge at your fingertips. Each feature on the special DVD edition of Virginia Tech Magazine is accompanied by links to bonus information.

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