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The front of the Jackson House Museum seen from the street.

Jackson House Museum Offers New Tour

As part of its ongoing Master Guide Tour Series, the Jackson House Museum is presenting a new guided tour called “Stonewall Legends” from July 1 through September 30.

Portrait of Jim Miller with VMI logo over photo of Foster Stadium

Miller Named VMI Athletic Director

Maj. Gen. Cedric T. Wins '85, superintendent, has appointed Jim Miller to serve as the Virginia Military Institute's director of intercollegiate athletics. Miller has been interim athletic director at VMI since Oct. 1, 2021.

Katie Lloyd ’23 organizes her findings on intelligence for her Summer Undergraduate Research Institute (SURI) project titled, “Toward a Typology of U.S. Intelligence Successes and Failures.”

VMI Cadet Researches Intelligence Failures and Successes

Katie Lloyd ’23 researches historical intelligence events in her Summer Undergraduate Research Institute (SURI) project titled, “Toward a Typology of U.S. Intelligence Successes and Failures.”

Owen Ahrens ’24 conducts research on the synthesis and reactivity of cobalt-centered molecules in the lab at VMI.—VMI Photo by Marianne Hause.

VMI Cadet Researches Element Synthesis

Owen Ahrens ’24 researches the synthesis and reactivity of cobalt-centered molecules in his Summer Undergraduate Research Institute (SURI) project titled, “Synthesis and Utilization of Alkyl Cobaloxime Complexes in Cycloaddition Reactions.”

Image of the official VMI seal

VMI Board of Visitors Rolls Back Tuition Increase on Virginia Cadets

In response to Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s request for institutions of higher education to hold the line on tuition, the Virginia Military Institute’s Board of Visitors Executive Committee voted to roll back planned tuition increases for Virginia cadets today.

VMI Superintendent’s Quarters Renovated

The Superintendent’s Quarters, a prime example of Gothic Revival architecture on post, has been upgraded and modernized while retaining its historic character.

VMI contingent on the Mount of Olives, outside the Old City of Jerusalem.—Photo courtesy of Sgt. Maj. Tom Sowers.

Cadets Travel to Israel and Win Debate Competition

Cadets travelled throughout Israel where they were briefed by elected officials, generals, ambassadors, media analysts, jurists, and ministers.

VMI study abroad cadets pose at the Colosseum in Rome

Engineering in Rome, Italy

One of the primary goals of this program is to give engineering cadets, who don’t often get the chance to study abroad due to their pre-requisite driven curriculum, the opportunity to develop cultural competency skills and learn to live and work in a multi-cultural, multi-national society.

Anne Townsend ’24 studies young lettuce plants growing in horizontal hydroponics systems in the VMI greenhouse.—VMI Photo by Marianne Hause.

Cadet Aims to Grow Produce for VMI

Anne C. Townsend ’24 conducts research in hydroponic systems to discover an environmentally and economically feasible way to provide a permanent supply of fresh produce for Crozet Hall.

Tracy Matheson, founder of Project Beloved, and her sister, Becky Halterman, with Michael L. Marshall, VMI chief of police

VMI Receives Soft Interview Room from Project Beloved

Thanks to Project Beloved, a nonprofit organization based in Texas, the police building at Virginia Military Institute now has a soft interview room that can be used by departments throughout the Lexington-Rockbridge community.