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Article ItemScholarship makes a ‘beautiful’ education possible for first-generation Virginia Tech student , article
“The Beyond Boundaries Scholars program does a great job of giving opportunities to so many students who can’t afford college,” said Nathaly Loyola-Rodriguez. “To come here and study, to have a great education — it’s beautiful.”
Article Item‘A fulfilling purpose’: Scholarship recipient grateful, ready to serve , article
“The Beyond Boundaries Scholars program gives you so many connections to other Virginia Tech students,“ said Vince Vasudevan. “Being able to link up with other people who are passionate about learning and passionate about subjects you’re interested in is just a great experience.”
Article ItemThanks for the memories: Donors hope to inspire others to give , article
Alumni often remember the games, the excitement, and the joy of being together in Lane Stadium — and the enduring legacy of being part of Hokie Nation. That’s why a number of graduates are hosting donor challenges in support of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences on Giving Day, held from Feb. 23 at noon to Feb. 24 at noon.
Article ItemComing together to amplify the impact of giving , article
For the third Virginia Tech Giving Day, dedicated alumni and friends of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences gather to support high-impact programs and innovative teaching. Whether supporting The Marching Virginians, scholarships, or the new School of Communication, donors encourage everyone to take part and give back.
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Article ItemInternships can be inspirational and even life-changing for students , article
The opportunity to receive hands-on experience before graduation can have reverberations that last a career.
Article ItemStudy abroad scholarship helps student connect to her heritage , article
Emma de Bara, a senior studying psychology and criminology, always dreamed of hiking the Camino de Santiago. The renowned trail, which winds through the mountains of northern Spain, has a rich history — having served as a spiritual path for pilgrims for more than a thousand years. Its natural scenery is accentuated by centuries-old structures that showcase the architectural and cultural history of the region.
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