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New residence hall named

The new Corps of Cadets residence hall has been named for alumni couple James and Renae Pearson.

   

Photo of the new  Corps of Cadets residence hall. The new Corps of Cadets residence hall has been named for alumni couple James and Renae Pearson.

New residence hall named

The new Corps of Cadets residence hall has been named for alumni couple James and Renae Pearson.

   

Photo of the new  Corps of Cadets residence hall. The new Corps of Cadets residence hall has been named for alumni couple James and Renae Pearson.

Phlegar named first vice president for advancement

Charles D. Phlegar, who currently serves as Cornell University's chief fundraiser, has been named Virginia Tech's first vice president for advancement.

   

The University Gateway Center

Student makes difference with scholarship

Chloe Benner, a 2013 recipient of a University Honors scholarship, started an after-school program for elementary students.

   

Chloe Benner and her instructor Richard Phillips. Chloe Benner, a 2013 recipient of a University Honors scholarship, started an after-school program for elementary students.

Cyviz gift provides technology

Cyviz donates technology that will benefit the Virginia Tech Research Center — Arlington.

   

The Virginia Tech Research Center in Arlington. Cyviz donates technology that will benefit the Virginia Tech Research Center — Arlington.

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