To the Class of 2007,
What an amazing two years it has been for the Class of 2007.
I believe that we have only begun our time here at Virginia
Tech, and that great things are to come through academics,
friendships and activities. We are privileged to be afforded
the opportunity to grow and learn at an institution that is
steeped in tradition.
Virginia Tech is one of the few large universities to encourage
and promote traditions such as the Virginia Tech Class Ring.
This tradition embodies that certain feeling of ‘Hokie Pride’
by capturing the present and embracing the future through the
ring design process. Since 1912, the Virginia Tech Class Ring
has been redesigned each year by a committee that is selected
by the class. As the 95th Ring Committee we have embraced
the challenge and joy of designing the Class of 2007 ring,
a challenge that we hope represents both the tradition and
change that have marked your time here at Virginia Tech.
In the future, when you glance at your Class Ring, I hope that
it reminds you of those moments that have made your time
at Virginia Tech unique and special. Let us remember that we
are a part of Virginia Tech history. Enjoy your Class Ring
as symbol of your history making; a remembrance of the
tradition that you have created that will live beyond our years.
Ring Design Chair, Class of 2007
BACK ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT):
Russell Davis – Class of 2007 President
Brian Torgersen – Ring Design Committee Member
Randall Hopper – Class of 2007 Male Member-at-Large
Michael Carisetti – Class of 2007 Ring Design Chair
FRONT ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT):
Elizabeth Hart – Class of 2007 Ring Dance Chair
Kristen Mitchell – Class of 2007 Cadet Member-at-Large
Jennifer MacDonald – Advisor
Kelly Scanlon – Class of 2007 Female Member-at-Large
Kirsten Blanton – Ring Design Committee Member