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Recap the Spring 2015 Commencement ceremonies through photos and video.
The student volunteers of the Virginia Tech Rescue Squad handle around 1,200 calls per year in addition to their academic work. The squad helps keep the university community safe 24/7, year-round.
Having lost her father to cancer, Emily McCloud has a deep connection with Relay For Life at Virginia Tech. She first got involved as a freshman, and her responsibilities in the organization have grown each year. Now, as a senior, she is the director for 2015. After months of hard work, she gets to share the night with family and friends, honoring both her father and all those who have fought against cancer.
On the mat, Virginia Tech wrestler Joey Dance is a fierce blur of speed and force: focused, methodical, dominant.
After just five days of eating a high-fat diet, the way in which the body’s muscle processes nutrients changes, which could lead to long-term problems such as weight gain, obesity, and other health issues, a new study by Virginia Tech researchers has found.
Fiddles and banjos dominate the old-time music scene, but Virginia Tech senior Chloé Benner, a classically trained cellist, adapted her style and her instrument to traditional Appalachian music. A mainstay player at the Friday night jams in Floyd, Virginia, Benner said she is a fan of the ballads because of their story-telling capacity.
Virginia Tech basketball player Christian Beyer makes a contribution on both the Hokie hardwood and another court just down the road. Volunteering with fifth-graders at Price's Fork Elementary School, he gets the opportunity to share his love of the game and be a role model.
From the food to football, the campus to our advisors -- there's a lot to love about Virginia Tech. Just in time for Valentine's Day, we asked students on campus what they love. There's even a special guest appearance.
After their son died in 2009 from sudden cardiac arrest, the parents of Virginia Tech student Ryan Lopynski wanted to give back. The organization they started -- The Ryan Lopynski Big Heart Foundation -- partnered with Virginia Tech and Carilion Clinic on Saturday, January 24 to give free electrocardiogram (EKG) screenings to 300 students.
The view is just different at Virginia Tech--where innovation is a way of life.
Hear advice from students to President Sands for his time at Virginia Tech.
Parents share some final words of wisdom with their students during fall 2014 move-in.
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