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The upper level contains Memorial Court with eight pylons engraved with names of alumni who have died while in military service. The lower level contains a 260-seat chapel.
Great place with great history and importance to the VT community.
The eight limestone pylons represent the university's eight core values. They are, from left: Brotherhood, Honor, Leadership, Sacrifice, Service, Loyalty, Duty, and Ut Prosim "That I May Serve").
A 772-pipe, $17,600 pipe organ was installed in August 1962. THe pipes, made in Holland, range from a few inches to 16 feet.
The upper level Memorial Court has 8 pylons representing, from left, Brotherhood, Honor, Leadership, Sacrifice, Service, Loyalty, Duty, and "Ut Prosim" (the University motto: "That I May Serve").
The chapel's maximum seating capacity is 260 people. About 200 people can sit in the pews, and there is space for 48 chairs around the perimeter.