This month saw the release of the Summer 2014 issue of Virginia Tech Magazine, which you can read here. I work for Virginia Tech on a part-time basis, and it’s therefore my steadiest client, so to speak.
My stories in this issue include:
– A feature about the first graduating class at Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine.
– A look at the pioneering students who helped integrate Virginia Tech in the 1960s and ’70s.
– The graphics-driven How Tech Ticks about research on the links between food and emotion.
– The university’s pursuit of state and federal historic status for Lane Hall.
– An alumni short about a forensic entomologist whose work assists in criminal and civil cases.
– An assist on the “Firsts” cover story, including bits about Virginia Tech’s first Olympians and the first time Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” was played as entrance music for the football team.