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    The next Tech , article

    Today, the Virginia Tech community is on pace to drive progress, lead research, and build futures.

    Date: May 27, 2023
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    Wheelchair tennis team serves up new era of adaptive athletics , article

    The Virginia Tech Wheelchair Tennis team, a club sport offered through Recreational Sports, attended the Collegiate Wheelchair Tennis Championships — its first national championship — in April in Orlando, Florida.

    Date: May 15, 2023
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    How to connect with an alumni chapter after graduation , article

    Joining an alumni chapter can provide a myriad of benefits — most notably social experiences. Moving to an unfamiliar area or branching into a new career can feel isolating, but joining a chapter can ease the process.

    Date: May 10, 2023
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    Fuel for thought , article

    From the price at the pump and its impact on consumer goods to international relations and environmental threats, fuel is a topic that extends to almost every area of life. It’s a factor in decisions about everything from family vacations to the infrastructure of communities. And it’s a concern known for generating far more questions than answers.

    Date: May 08, 2023
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    Rooted in history , article

    A decade ago, on Earth Day 2013, a clone of the Henderson Lawn sycamore was planted in the location of its predecessor.

    Date: Apr 14, 2023
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    Virginia Tech alumna takes love and hope to native Ukraine , article

    Operation Christmas Child always has been important to Elizabeth Henry Groff ’17, who spent much of her childhood in an orphanage in Ukraine before being adopted by a Williamsburg, Virginia, couple when she was 13. She recently returned to the war-torn country with Samaritan’s Purse staff to hand out Operation Christmas Child’s 200 millionth shoebox.

    Date: Feb 24, 2023
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    Alumnus Terry Lyon reflects on life as an artist and an engineer , article

    Lyon, who graduated from Virginia Tech in 1967 with a degree in building construction, continues to add to a large collection of impressionist paintings from his 60-plus years as an artist.

    Date: Feb 09, 2023
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    Importance of athletic training remains in the spotlight , article

    Working as an athletic trainer can be a thankless job at times, but the collapse of NFL standout Damar Hamlin brought attention to the importance of their work. At Virginia Tech, athletic trainers must know and oversee everything health-related for student-athletes, and they are teaming with the Department of Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise to prepare students for a profession facing a labor shortage

    Date: Feb 06, 2023
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    Trevor Cone teeing it up against the best on PGA Tour , article

    Persistence and hard work have paid off for Cone, a Virginia Tech alumnus, former ACC champion, and All-American in men’s golf. He earned his card to golf’s biggest stage this past August, made his PGA debut this fall, and teed off the spring portion of the PGA schedule this past weekend in Honolulu.

    Date: Jan 17, 2023
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    'Ut Prosim': More than a motto at Virginia Tech

    As Virginia Tech celebrates its sesquicentennial, its motto remains at its core, fully embraced by students, employees, and alumni as a timeless ideal of helping fellow humans and bettering the communities in which they live.

    Date: Nov 30, 2022
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    Roots of 'Ut Prosim' date to first century , article

    Many Virginia Tech students and alumni equate 'Ut Prosim' with volunteering. A person gives, through actions, to a person or group, and the receiving person or group gratefully accepts the help.

    Date: Nov 29, 2022
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    'Ut Prosim': More than a motto at Virginia Tech , article

    As Virginia Tech celebrates its sesquicentennial, its motto remains at its core, fully embraced by students, employees, and alumni as a timeless ideal of helping fellow humans and bettering the communities in which they live.

    Date: Nov 16, 2022
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    Career change leads to fun times making wine for alumni couple , article

    Zak and Shawna Miller were putting their forestry degrees to use when they took a trip to Napa Valley that changed their lives. They fell in love with the winemaking process. Today, they own their own brand of wine, and Shawna has been recognized nationally as one of the top influential female winemakers.

    Date: Nov 16, 2022
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    International ambition , article

    The benefits of getting international experiences before entering the workforce in today’s global economy are clear, but ambitious students from nations around the world have been traveling far to learn for many decades.

    Date: Nov 10, 2022
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    Emily Smith ’22 , article

    “I think service is a product of a small town and a product of Virginia Tech. People want to care about each other and want to be involved in each other's lives."

    Date: Nov 08, 2022

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