Ken Ruscio was presented with the VMI Superintendent’s Meritorious Achievement Award in recognition of extraordinary service and dedication to the Institute an individual who is not a VMI employee.
Alecia Swasy, Donald W. Reynolds Chair in Business Journalism, writes about the media's coverage of rural America.
Bob Strong's reflection on Somalia's 1992 Thanksgiving appeared in Newsweek on November 23.
Mark Rush's "A Thanksgiving Prayer" was published in The Roanoke Times on Thanksgiving day.
Annual Christmas Candlelight Service – A Lexington Tradition
Lee Chapel, 8:00 pm
W&L’s Myers to Give Keynote at 154th Anniversary of the Battle of Fredericksburg
Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park, 2:00 pm
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