|A GOOD VINTAGE: VIRGINIA TECH AND THE WINE INDUSTRY
From grapes on the vine to the chemistry of bottled wine, Hokies across the commonwealth play their part in the fruitful industry of winemaking.
WHAT'S YOUR STATUS? AN UPDATE OF ONLINE SOCIAL NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES
Whether you're an online whiz or a newbie to the idea of Internet life, social networking provides numerous opportunities for Hokies of all ages, degrees, and interests to stay in touch with other alumni and the old alma mater.
ALUMNUS CULTIVATES A LOVE OF VIRGINIA TECH
In addition to the shrubs and trees that grow at Saunders' Brothers nursery, Paul Saunders '54 cultivates a love of Virginia Tech--one that he passed on to his seven sons, all of whom are also alumni.
HOKIES HELPING HOKIES IN HARD TIMES
In today's economy, finding a job can be difficult. For graduating students and alumni alike, Career Services offers a number of resources for networking, improving resumes and interview skills, and more.
GRADUATE STUDENTS HELP DRIVE INNOVATION ECONOMY IN SOUTHSIDE VIRGINIA
The Institute for Advanced Learning and Research in Danville, Va., a joint effort between the university and Southside Virginia, is putting students to work at creating an innovation economy.
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION NEWS
. Hokies work together in international service
. Tailgating Hokie style
. Additions to alumni staff
. Upcoming events
. Alumni Directory 2010