Cindy Bither
Administrative Assistant
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Lexington, VA 24450

News and Features

  • Men’s Rugby Wins Championship

    RugbySummary
    LEXINGTON, Va., Nov. 14, 2014 – The VMI men’s rugby club team was tremendously successful last weekend, winning the Cardinals Collegiate Conference championship tournament in dominating fashion at the University of Richmond. The tournament included 16 Division II and III rugby clubs from Virginia colleges, as well as Duke University.Read More →
  • 175 Years at VMI

    FDParadeSummary175 Years at VMI
    LEXINGTON, Va., Nov. 12, 2014 – On a mild and sun-filled day, Virginia Military Institute celebrated the 175th anniversary of its founding yesterday with the placement of a time capsule, a convocation speech by Gov. Terry McAuliffe, and a parade by the Corps of Cadets.Read More →
  • VMI Kicks Off Major Fundraising Campaign

    WilkinsonSummary
    LEXINGTON, Va., Nov. 12, 2014 – Virginia Military Institute today announced the start of the public phase of a major effort designed to raise $225 million to support all aspects of the Institute.  To date, more than $180 million has been raised toward the goal.Read More →
  • Asian Business Expert to Speak

    McCaneSummary
    LEXINGTON, Va., Nov. 11, 2014 – A visiting professor who specializes in Asian business dynamics will speak at VMI on Thursday, Nov. 13. The talk, “Creating Harmony in Chinese Business Relations,” will be given by Stephen T. McCane at 8 p.m. in Gillis Theater in Marshall Hall.Read More →
  • Blasting to Begin Monday

    CPTFUpdateOct15summary
    LEXINGTON, Va., Nov. 7, 2014 – A contractor will be conducting blasting operations for the Corps Physical Training Facility Phase I project, at Diamond and Main streets, beginning Monday, Nov. 10.Read More →
  • Reagan, Gorbachev Share Radical Vision

    ReaganClosingSummary
    LEXINGTON, Va., Nov. 4, 2014 – “The Enduring Legacy: Leadership and National Security Affairs During the Ronald Reagan Era” came to a close today with a panel session that gave insight into the motivations of the two world leaders whose ideals and efforts made possible a peaceful end to the Cold War: President Ronald Reagan and Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev.Read More →
  • At Reagan Conference, Cadet Assistants Work, Learn – and Network

    ReaganConfCadetsSummary
    LEXINGTON, Va., Nov. 4, 2014 – It’s been a whirlwind two days for Salena Chiep ’16 and Austin Bajc ’17, cadet assistants at the John A. Adams ’71 Center for Military History and Strategic Analysis, as a conference on the foreign policy legacy of former President Ronald Reagan wraps up – but both agreed that the gathering has been an invaluable learning experience.Read More →
  • Reagan’s Diplomacy: Cooperative Negotiation, Backed by Strength

    MatlockSummary
    LEXINGTON, Va., Nov. 4, 2014 – Ronald Reagan’s policies didn’t drive the Soviet Union to capitulation, but rather set the stage for a negotiated end to the Cold War, said Jack F. Matlock Jr., whose roles in the policy and diplomatic maneuverings of the 1980s gave him a front-row seat for the peaceful end to the 40-year military standoff.Read More →
  • 'Play the Long Game'

    ReaganConfSummary
    LEXINGTON, Va., Nov. 3, 2014 – The former NATO supreme allied commander Europe told an audience of VMI cadets, faculty, and Cold War scholars earlier today that building bridges, not walls, will be key to solving the myriad security challenges facing the global community in the 21st century.Read More →
  • Talk to Focus on Biological Cybersecurity Strategy

    ErrinFulpSummary
    LEXINGTON, Va., Oct. 27, 2014 – A cybersecurity expert who specializes in the use of biologically inspired solutions to the problem of information leakage will speak at VMI on Monday, Oct. 27.Read More →