Dakota Birdsong ’24, a modern languages and cultures major, has taken his skills with bagpipes from VMI Spirit Night, to Lexington events, and even to Troy, Ohio, where he is the piper for the American Legion. This March, he will look to add to his collection of medals for his musical skills..
This past weekend, Maj. Gen. Wins '85 informed the Board of Visitors of changes among the senior leadership team. Jim Miller, VMI’s athletic director, and Col. Adrian Bogart, the Institute’s commandant, will both step down effective June 30, 2024.
Swedish Armed Forces Chief of Defense Staff, Lt. Gen. Michael Claesson, along with several of his staff members, visited Virginia Military Institute recently, during his brief visit to the United States.
When Doug Crabb started working in the Department of Facilities Management at Virginia Military Institute last June, he not only started a new career path, but he also began a renovation into becoming a new man.
The U.S. Secret Service made its way to post in multiple black SUVs and an armored bus over the weekend. The visit included a tour of barracks, sharing a meal with cadets in Crozet, and talking with them about career opportunities.
Virginia Military Institute welcomes guest speaker Marc Polymeropoulos, former CIA agent, on Tuesday, Feb. 6 at 7:45 p.m. in Gillis Theater in Marshall Hall.
Lt. Col. Mary “Polly” Stewart Atwell, associate professor, and Maj. Henry A. Wise III ’05, assistant professor, both in the Department of English, Rhetoric, and Humanistic Studies at Virginia Military Institute, have secured book deals.
Two of VMI's own were recognized as members of the All-Southern Conference Faculty and Staff Team for the 2023-24 academic year. The All-Southern Conference Faculty and Staff Team recognizes those who have demonstrated service to their schools and made contributions to campus life and community.
Three French films will be shown as part of the 2024 Spring Albertine Cinémathèque film series. The film series aims to expands access to French cinema and supports film programming at American colleges and universities.
Cadets and community members may audition any of the four evenings. There are a variety of adult male and female roles to fill for actors.