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How Washingtonian Society is training student groups to support people in recovery

Washingtonian Society's recovery resources are now available virtually. Photo courtesy of Katie Evans.

Laura Calhoun

February 12, 2020

The group will host training programs throughout winter term

Undergraduate and alumni dancers reunite in New York City for student performances

Mary Pace Lewis dances onstage at the Alvin Ailey Theater. Photo by Elliot Emadian.

Mary Alice Russell

February 12, 2020

The Repertory Dance Company danced in the historic Alvin Ailey Theater

Book club forms in response to “American Dirt”

Maya Lora

February 12, 2020

The discussion group plans to select a new book by a Latinx author to read together

Seniors share their post-graduation plans

Four seniors reflect on their four years at Washington and Lee.

Virginia Laurie

February 12, 2020

A look at senior student plans, post-graduation

Journalism professor discusses new book on significance of news aggregation

Professor Mark Coddington. Photo courtesy of Washington and Lee University website.

Grace Mamon

February 12, 2020

Professor Mark Coddington talks about his new book, "Aggregating the News"

Campus Kitchen raises $10,000 for local food insecurity with annual soup event

Praise Apata, '23, serves tomato bisque in Evans Dining Hall during Souper Bowl. Photo by Mary Alice Russell.

Maggie Hawley

February 12, 2020

The eighth annual Souper Bowl broke its fundraising record

Professors weigh in on dueling alumni groups as Washington and Lee navigates tradition and change

Washington Hall, from the steps of Lee Chapel. Photo by Hannah Denham.

Grace Mamon

January 28, 2020

The Generals Redoubt wants to return to tradition. WLAC argues campus hasn't seen enough progress.

Step Afrika! brings Lexington audience onstage

Performer Ronnique Murray poses with audience participant and
RCHS student, Anna Wilson, after the Step Afrika! show. Photo by Grace Mamon.

Grace Mamon

January 28, 2020

The D.C.-based dance group showcased stepping at the Lenfest Center

How a wealthy institution promotes poverty studies

The home of the Shepherd Program is in Mattingly House on Lee Avenue. Photo by Jin Ni, '22.

Jin Ni

January 28, 2020

The Shepherd Program continues to impact students after more than 20 years

Civil rights icon speaks during weeklong celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.

Garrett Clinton, '20, poses with Ruby Bridges after he read an introduction for her keynote address on Jan. 19. Photo by Hannah Denham.

Maggie Hawley, Tanajia Moye-Green, and Laura Calhoun

January 27, 2020

The Lenfest Center had to turn people away from the packed theater when Ruby Bridges spoke

New group recognizing Native Americans on campus organizes month-long celebration for the first time

Deborah Miranda reads poems by Monacan Indian poet Karenne Wood at the poetry reading and tasting event on Nov. 18. Photo by Hannah Denham.

Grace Mamon

November 21, 2019

The cohort of faculty and staff hosted events to highlight indigenous cultures

Department of Romance Languages hosts packed poetry night with Laura Cesarsco Eglin

Laura Cesarsco Eglin shared her poetry with students and community members. Photo courtesy of The Columns.

Annalisa Waddick

November 21, 2019

Students, community share poetry in Leyburn Library's Book Nook

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