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". . . An imposing War Memorial and Chapel was completed at the edge of the drillfield. Contributed by the alumni, its tall eight limestone pylons represent the figures of Brotherhood, Honor, Leadership, Sacrifice, Service, Loyalty, Duty, and "Ut Prosim," VPI's motto: "That I might serve. . ."
"For the Class of 1970, Ring Dance was truly, 'A dream come true.' It was the climax of our college career, both carrying on the traditions of the past and initiating new ones . . . For the first time, a combination of cadets and civilians was used within the same ring figure, and we were the first class to use Squire's Large Ballroom . . ."
(from the Contents of the 1970 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.
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