The Ring-tum Phi

Daisy the bunny poses for a picture on the colonnade. Photo by her owner Jessie Ogden, ‘23.

Celebrating Easter and Passover in a pandemic for the second time

Mary Alice Russell April 13, 2021

Spring dresses, egg hunts and brunches with home groups all played a huge role in celebrating Easter in Lexington this year.  Even though spring holiday celebrations for Passover and Easter...

Creative writing capstone reading held virtually

Creative writing capstone reading held virtually

Andrew Claybrook April 13, 2021

In an event humorously described by Professor Chris Gavaler as “two acts with a twenty three hour intermission,” the creative writing minors of Washington and Lee came together April 6 and 7 to present...

First in-person, outdoor jazz ensemble concert forced to be virtual due to bad weather

Andrew Claybrook April 13, 2021

Two of Washington and Lee’s musical groups were scheduled to perform live and in-person on Cannan Green during the last week of classes, marking the first live music events since the pandemic began.  The...

Staniar hosts annual Senior Art Thesis Exhibition

Virginia Laurie April 13, 2021

On March 29, Staniar Gallery opened the annual senior thesis exhibition, displaying the culmination of six studio art majors’ year-long thesis projects.  Gabriela Gomez-Misserian, ‘21, one of the...

Hobbs and Radulescu speak on the woman’s changing place in the world of art

Anneliese Schneider April 13, 2021

In a virtual talk April 7, panelists from Washington and Lee’s museums discussed the ways that the woman’s place in art is changing.   “Women [are] being repositioned in the history of art,”...

Women in the Outdoors Month: Leah Green’s eco-poetry talk

Anneliese Schneider March 30, 2021
In addition to outdoor events, the club organized talks and presentations, like Leah Green’s virtual poetry reading

Performing in a pandemic: ‘Little Women’s’ Beth and Amy March talk about the unique experience

Mary Alice Russell March 30, 2021
Actors who are used to performing live pre-recorded the dialogue and singing for this show

W&L alumnus and Spotify data analyst gives virtual talk

Anneliese Schneider March 30, 2021
Wilson said the university taught him how to discuss complex problems, which is essential to data science

W&L Repertory Dance Company streams “Dancing with the Camera”

Virginia Laurie March 30, 2021
The annual winter concert featured choreography work from students and guest artists
Adele Roulston, ‘24, stands by a sign on the Appalachain trail during Women in the Outdoors Month. Photo courtesy of Ashley Hancox, ‘21.

Women in the Outdoors Month: the Outing Club is celebrating with events and activities

Virginia Laurie March 30, 2021
The club is hosting events to celebrate women’s participation in outdoor recreation

The Marriage Pact was a success, or at least the hype leading up to it was

Mary Alice Russell March 19, 2021
The 50-question survey brought a few first dates and much needed excitement to our campus.
Dean Hill will be the next Provost

Dean Hill will be the next Provost

Henry Barden March 19, 2021
How Hill’s work as Dean of the College and prior history will contribute positively contribute to the University
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