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".....Yet, to one purpose have we bent our powers:
To make this volume, faulty though it be,
Express the spirit of the life we lead;
Reflect its varied interests, great and small;
Picture its passing days, or gray or gold;
Record its foolish and its serious side.
A labor, this, of love; for, to our hearts,
Life at V.P.I. is passing dear...."
(from the Greeting of the 1907 Bugle)
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The Bugles seen in the collage above are covers from three of the earliest yearbooks. They are from top to bottom: 1900, 1897 and 1898.
Digital Library and Archives would like to thank Digital Imaging for their assistance in digitizing the Bugle.