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Jack Conley '25 researching the hand-written letter, along with other ancient tablets, for his Summer Undergraduate Research Institute (SURI) project titled, “The Vindolanda Tablets: Understanding the Roman Frontier in Northern Britain.”

History Major Studies Ancient Roman Tablets

Jack Conley ’25, a history major is researching the hand-written letter, along with other ancient tablets, for his Summer Undergraduate Research Institute (SURI) project titled, “The Vindolanda Tablets: Understanding the Roman Frontier in Northern Britain.”

The Virginia American Legion Riders arrive in front of VMI barracks.

American Legion Riders Stop at VMI

Twenty-four motorcycles carrying 34 riders, roared up Letcher Avenue and onto the Virginia Military Institute post June 14, as part of the 7th annual Legacy Run of the Virginia American Legion Riders.

Virginia Military Institute has been rated a 5-star college in Money magazine’s Best Colleges in America list for 2024, in the magazine’s tenth year of publishing a Best Colleges list.

VMI Receives 5 Stars in Money Magazine Best Colleges List

Virginia Military Institute has been rated a 5-star college in Money magazine’s Best Colleges in America list for 2024, in the magazine’s tenth year of publishing a Best Colleges list.

The awards, presented by Col. John P. Casper '04, Institute chaplain, celebrated the cadets' exceptional leadership, organizational skills, and compassionate care.

Cadet Chaplains and Faculty Honored During Baccalaureate Service

The awards, presented by Col. John P. Casper '04, Institute chaplain, celebrated the cadets' exceptional leadership, organizational skills, and compassionate care.

Dr. Sabrina Laroussi, associate professor of Spanish in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures

Laroussi Part of “With Good Reason” Segment

Dr. Sabrina Laroussi, associate professor of Spanish in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures, discusses books about the world of Latin American drug trafficking called “narconovelas” on the public radio program, “With Good Reason."

Maj. Timothy Passmore, assistant professor in the Department of International Studies and Political Science, to feature on With Good Reason.

Passmore Part of “With Good Reason” Segment

Maj. Timothy Passmore, assistant professor in the Department of International Studies and Political Science at Virginia Military Institute, discusses how nations use the Olympics to improve their reputation both domestically and abroad on the public radio program, “With Good Reason,” May 31-June

US and Virginia flags fly over barracks.

VMI Welcomes American Legion Riders

The 7th annual Legacy Run of the Virginia American Legion Riders will make a stop at Virginia Military Institute on Saturday, June 14. The group, consisting of 50 to 100 motorcycles, will arrive on post at 8:45 a.m. and tour several buildings.

Katherine Orndorff ’24 presents her research in Gillis Theater.

Biologists Share Research on Parasites

The Department of Biology at Virginia Military Institute hosted a joint meeting of the Helminthological Society of Washington and the Southeastern Society of Parasitologists in April. Over 100 biologists met in Marshall Hall.

Classes have begun for the new Summer Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Program (SUEP) at Virginia Military Institute, for cadets who possess the mindset of an entrepreneur, regardless of academic major.

Summer Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Classes Begin

Classes have begun for the new Summer Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Program (SUEP) at Virginia Military Institute, for cadets who possess the mindset of an entrepreneur, regardless of academic major.

Jamaal Walton '07 is named Virginia Military Institute's next director of intercollegiate athletics.

Jamaal Walton ’07 Named VMI Director of Intercollegiate Athletics

Maj. Gen. Cedric T. Wins '85, superintendent, named Jamaal Walton '07 as Virginia Military Institute's next director of intercollegiate athletics. A decorated graduate of the Institute, Walton will assume the role effective next month.

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