More than $1 billion of construction that's been planned for some time continues to proceed.
The report into the culture at Virginia Military Institute contains many horrific examples.
Maj. Gen. Cedric T. Wins, VMI's superintendent, addressed the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia board on Tuesday.
The planned legislation comes after an investigation report was released.
The late comedian George Carlin had a routine where he played a sportscaster who would solemnly announce: “And now here’s a partial score: Phi…
Report's not a death sentence
The report on Virginia Military Institute poses one big question: Can an institution that has “traditionally been run by white men, for men” c…
Virginia Military Institute has tolerated and not addressed “institutional racism and sexism,” and the institution should be held accountable …
Kasey Meredith made history Friday.
The school continues to make decisions as an investigation continues.
Wins succeeds Gen. J.H. Binford Peay III, who resigned in October following pressure from the governor's administration and legislators who expressed that they had lost confidence in Peay to usher in the progress they wanted to see from the college.
A confidential, online questionnaire by the law firm investigating systemic racism at Virginia Military Institute (VMI) brings to mind the nam…
Cadet Kasey Meredith will assume her role as regimental commander in May.
Some Black cadets have been subjected to racial slurs and some female cadets have been sexually assaulted at Virginia Military Institute, a state-ordered investigation has found.
Virginia Military Institute cadet Nathaniel Coddington, above, plays Retreat and To The Colors as VMI cadets perform a daily lowering of the f…
Like other schools, VMI experienced a spike in COVID-19 cases this month. Staff say initial issues have now been addressed, and the number of active cases has started to decline.
Lawyers who sued Virginia Tech on behalf of former cadets blasted the university on Sunday, alleging that its statement about the cases violat…
The federal civil suits against the university alleged the cadets’ Constitutional due process rights were denied.
Additional measures the college might consider if cases don't decrease include shutting down athletics, transitioning to fully virtual classes and/or keeping cadets in their rooms, but "we're not there yet," VMI's spokesman said.
Virginia Military Institute's interim superintendent said last week that he remains committed to the military college's honor code and its single-sanction system, but will consider changes to the oversight of the student-run justice system.