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Microaggressions are the toxic rain on college campuses

Virginia Laurie

October 1, 2019

Dr. Derald Wing Sue, a psychologist in the field of multicultural and racism research, professor at Columbia University’s Teaching College and self-identified Asian-American man, spoke in Stackhouse Theater Wednesday, Sept. 25. He shared his frequent experience with microaggressions, which is the focus...

Perks of living on an all-girls hall

Photo by Kevin Remington

Brianna Hatch

September 22, 2019

AKA, a peek inside life at the nunnery.

Satire: Campus erupts in controversy over missing fork scandal

Tyler Palicia

September 22, 2019

There is a deep state working within this institution to keep forks out of D-hall.

Art matters, inside and outside the classroom. Here’s why.

Hayley Huber

September 22, 2019

Take a break from work. Play a couple notes. Feel revitalized.

Democratic debate recap: This is still anyone’s game

Luke Basham

September 22, 2019

Luke Basham, '20, is the Democratic party analyst for Mock Convention 2020.

Review: Is group fitness on campus a hit or a miss?

Tanajia Moye-Green

September 15, 2019

One student's first try at Zumba

Summer substitutes for the Maury River

Josette Corazza

May 8, 2019

The city of Lexington recently began demolition on the dam at Jordan’s Point Park. Visible from the pole houses, this dam has made the Maury River the slow-flowing summer destination for swimmers, shers and boaters for over 100 years. If you plan to stay in Lexington for summer research or oth...

Grocery shopping in a food desert

Emma Stoffel

May 8, 2019

After being a student at Washington and Lee for two years, I have come to realize that finding good, fresh food in Lexington is a little hard to come by. In fact, Rockbridge County is considered a “food desert” by the American Nutrition Association due to its lack of food available for t...

Late nights with Jeremih: a review

Zach Christian

April 1, 2019

I’d like to preface this review with some important information about me. I am a fan of Jeremih, but I am not a Jeremih fan. I would not list him as my favorite artist or even put him on my top ten artists list. But I was extremely excited when I heard that he was coming to perform at Washington and...

Registration regrets: One student’s alternative

Coleman Martinson

April 1, 2019

This past week was many Washington and Lee students’ worst nightmare: course registration. Paired with the stress of a looming finals week, date functions and much more, fall term course registration could not come at a worse time. The university has a unique system for picking classes. Pick-one...

Recycling in Rome and at home

Josette Corazza

April 1, 2019

For the past three months, I have been studying abroad in Rome, Italy. Despite all of the food, architecture, language, culture and history that has shocked and delighted me, I was very pleasantly surprised upon first entering the dorm at my new university to see a sign posted that read, “Recycling...

Want true EC representation? You need to vote.

Gus Cross

March 18, 2019

Elections for the Executive Committee and the Student Judicial Council are scheduled for the upcoming two weeks. And many of you will largely ignore it. You won’t vote. You won’t help the campaign. You will barely listen to the platform of the students. If you know a person running, then you will...

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