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The ancient art of wrestling was brought to the Moss Arts Center as the Virginia Tech wrestling program played host to the University of Virginia for a unique home wrestling match, one of three set to be held at the arts center during the season.
Engineering students built a humanoid robot that one day could fight fires aboard U.S. Navy ships. In fall 2014, students tested SAFFiR, short for Shipboard Autonomous Firefighting Robot, in front of a live fire aboard a U.S. Navy ship.
Cadets, officers, alumni, and others signed metal beams that will form the highest part of one of the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets' two new residence halls. Later in the day, a "topping off" ceremony was held to hoist the beams into place.
We asked our university photographers to share some of their best photos from 2014.
Some 2,500 students earned undergraduate and graduate degrees during fall commencement ceremonies.
To commemorate the installation of Timothy D. Sands as the university’s 16th president, Virginia Tech hosted a three-day celebration Oct. 16-18, 2014, that engaged students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the broader community in events that exemplified the motto, Ut Prosim (That I May Serve).
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