Bernie Watts '71 doesn't tell the usual story of a Corps of Cadets alumnus who moved on to the military, rising through the ranks with many adventures and important assignments along the way.
Since his graduation in 2008 from the university and the Corps of Cadets, John Wakefield Hawley '08 has dabbled in many outward expressions of his true Hokie spirit.
Jay Borella ’93, an air interdiction agent with the Department of Homeland Security offers this advice: Look to those who are pushing hard and achieving results. Those are your people.
Congratulations to all our 2020 graduates (and new second lieutenants and ensigns).
Unprecedented. That really is the only word to describe the spring semester and the impact of COVID-19 on the world.
This summer, design work on the new Corps of Cadets residence hall, the anticipated home for a fourth battalion, will continue.
Commandant's Column: Lead From Where You're At
Chairman's Column: What Times We Are Living In
Giving: The Corps Bond
In Memory | Lest We Forget