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Approaching graduation, the Lomaka quadruplets are close to finishing the Hokie bucket list. Compare your progress.
Terri and Steve Tunick and their children, soon-to-be alumnus David and daughter Rachael, have relished their connection to Tech.
When frigid weather whips into Blacksburg, more than 300 people campuswide fight to keep dining centers open and classes in session.
Libraries, according to Brian Mathews, associate dean for learning in Virginia Tech's University Libraries, have become intellectual incubators on campus.
Tech's Department of Food Science and Technology now has a brewhouse designed to teach students and to serve Virginia's craft brew businesses.
Studio art and math major Sarah Hammer's complex 3-D reconstructions for her undergraduate neurobiology research led to first-author credit on a published paper.
Melanie Kiechle, assistant professor of history, studies "how people use their sense of smell to make sense of changes in the local environment."
The Lomaka quadruplets, who will graduate this May (read their story), are close to finishing the Hokie bucket list. How many items can you cross off?
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