Here's a closer look at part of the memorial, with Williams Hall in the background.
This is the eastern end of the semicircle of 32 stones, again with Burruss Hall behind it.
Flanking the 32 stones were two benches, of which this is one. Each has the same inscription and purpose.
I wandered into an area called the Upper Quad, where I came across this memorial to VT alumni who fought in World War I, which was constructed after I graduated. On the far side of the sidewalk is the old Mechanical Laboratory building. When I was a student, there was a laundromat in its basement. Behind and looming above the Laboratory is the steam power plant. To the right is Thomas Hall, which was a dormitory during my student years, but later converted into an office building.
Before I left, I took one last picture. This is the west end of the semicircle of 32 stones, with Burruss Hall in the background left and Patton Hall on the right.