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The naming of the Patrick D. Cupp Field was one of multiple major gifts toward the project that led to prominent spaces being named in or around the facility.
From Gobblerfest to a free Brad Paisley concert to the Hokies' season opener, it was a packed Labor Day weekend in Blacksburg.
Virginia Tech has another accolade to add to its list, as The Active Times recently named the university the fittest college in America for 2015.
The incoming Class of 2019 was welcomed to the Corps of Cadets.
This year's fall move-in was an exciting time, as students, families, and volunteer Hokie Helpers all worked together to get new Hokies situated on campus.
The welcome center building at the W.E. Skelton 4-H Educational Conference Center at Smith Mountain Lake has been named in honor of former university president T. Marshall Hahn Jr., during whose tenure the center was founded.
The camp gives elementary school students a chance to do hands-on, minds-on work with science experts.
Industry and government partners joined forces to use unmanned aircraft systems, commonly known as drones, to deliver medical supplies to a health clinic in Wise, Virginia. The Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership led by Virginia Tech oversaw the groundbreaking research flights.
Virginia Tech celebrated the grand opening of its new Dairy Science Complex – Kentland Farm.
See photos from the university and graduate ceremonies in Lane Stadium and Cassell Coliseum.
The annual event raised more than $500,000 to fight cancer.
The 2015 Big Event was the largest yet, with more than 8,000 volunteers signed up for over 1,000 community service projects.
La Porte was one of 32 students and faculty members who lost their lives on April 16, 2007, and was recognized by the Air Force for his heroic act credited for saving lives that day.
Cirque De L'anneau, A Spectacle of Tradition was the theme March 27-28 as the Class of 2016 hosted the 2015 Ring Dance.
As the first major snow of 2015 accumulated in Blacksburg, we asked our Facebook friends for pictures from their snow day.
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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