Christopher Valdes

Christopher Valdes, class of 2010, graduated with degrees in Psychology and History. He left Blacksburg and spent two years working and learning in rural Honduras. After leaving Central America and moving to Boston he began work on Olancho, a feature length documentary film focusing on the drug violence and it's effects on Honduras. Working with award winning filmmakers, he continues to produce the documentary and hopes it will one day be a teaching tool used at Virginia Tech to broaden understanding of Latino culture.

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Ex Lapide (Latin for “Out of Stone”) is a free Virginia Tech alumni society for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning and alumni and their allies.

There are about 3,340 living Hispanic and Latino Virginia Tech alumni across the U.S.

The Strong Together Initiative is a new campus-wide effort to promote the values set forth in the Virginia Tech Principles of Community.

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