The Ring-tum Phi

A look at the end of the Lenfest fall season

W&L Dancers Create illustrates student talent on campus. Photo courtesy of Jenefer Davies.

Laura Calhoun and Grace Mamon

November 21, 2019

Students showcase original work and campus prepares for Mock Convention

Jazz ensemble features students, professional talent

Left to right: Truman Chancy, ‘22, and Leslie Sparling, ‘22, perform with the jazz ensemble. Photo courtesy of the Lenfest Center for the Arts.

Jack Eason

November 21, 2019

The University Jazz Ensemble and Vosbein Magee Big Band will share the stage on Thursday, Nov. 21

New student group WLUnite forms to support people with disabilities

New student group WLUnite forms to support people with disabilities

Laura Calhoun

November 20, 2019

The new student organization will focus on inclusivity and education for Washington and Lee's campus

Student groups partner to bring sexy back

Photo by Virginia Laurie, '22.

Virginia Laurie

November 20, 2019

Sex Week returns after a one-year hiatus

Counseling Corner: How to manage stress

Mary Alice Russell

November 18, 2019

Peer Counselors respond to questions, give advice

Student podcast breathes life into poetry

Living Poets Society podcast hosts makayla lorick (left) and Joëlle Simeu (right). Photo by Isaac Thompson, '21.

Kadiatou Diallo

November 4, 2019

English majors Joëlle Simeu, '20, and makayla lorick, '19, discuss love, life and literature on "The Living Poets Society"

Shepherd Program alumni tell students to follow passion, make impact

Leah Gose, '15, is a fourth-year doctoral student in sociology at Harvard University. Photo by Lilah Kimble, '23.

Sydney Lee

November 4, 2019

Five alumni spoke on the "Living the Shepherd Dream" panel during Young Alumni Weekend on Oct. 25

Student band celebrates free expression, individuality

Haley Stern, '20, and Eric Schleicher, '21, practice playing guitar together. Photo by Kaelan McCabe, '21.

Kaelan McCabe

November 4, 2019

Naked Lunch Music hopes to start playing local gigs, such as at The Palms restaurant, this year

Students find ways to enjoy fall on and off campus

The Washingtonian House hosted a pumpkin carving event on Saturday, Oct. 26. Photo courtesy of Allie Stankewich.

Annalisa Waddick

November 4, 2019

Campus organizations offer opportunities to enjoy the autumn season

Candidates for upcoming local election come to campus

Billy Eli Fisher (left), Christian Worth (middle) and Elliot Harding (right) speak during the candidate forum. Photo by Lilah Kimble, '23.

Judy Park

November 4, 2019

College Republicans and College Democrats host event to engage students in state politics

A Midsummer Night’s Dream: A modern take on a classic play

Photo courtesy of Lenfest Center website

Virginia Laurie

October 31, 2019

Regendered characters and large cast make the production unique

The complications of student advertising that features black music artists

The complications of student advertising that features black music artists

Hannah Denham

October 21, 2019

When pop culture meets a dialogue about inclusion

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