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Photo by Emma Coleman, '21.

Photos: March 23 Change the Name Walkout

March 30, 2021

A crowd of undergraduates, law students and faculty members marched from Canaan Green to the Colonnade March 23 to protest the university’s name. Read the full story here.   

Students organize walkout in response to board’s delay of name change decision

Students organize walkout in response to board’s delay of name change decision

Vivek Kumar and Grace Mamon March 30, 2021
Students, faculty and staff gathered on the colonnade in an effort to get the Board of Trustees to make a decision.
Kitchen fire forces Hillel closure

Kitchen fire forces Hillel closure

Bri Hatch March 30, 2021
Students grieve the loss of a community space and favorite dining venue
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
Students will miss the E-cafe's bagels, flatbreads and smoothies while Hillel is temporarily closed. Photo by Lilah Kimble, '21.

Why Hillel’s E-cafe was the best place to eat on campus

Annalisa Waddick March 30, 2021
Incredible food, a great location, and wonderful staff: what more could a person want?
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
Spotswood Drive decision delayed

Spotswood Drive decision delayed

Shauna Muckle March 19, 2021
An offer to buy property on Spotswood Drive has raised concerns for Lexington residents, leading to another hearing to be held on March
Stonewall Jackson House reopened at the beginning of March. Photo by Mary Alice Russell, '22.

COVID-19’s impact on museums, locally and nationally

Mary Alice Russell March 19, 2021
In Lexington, museums are opening their doors after a difficult 2020.
Diploma frame options displayed in commons for Seniors. Photo by Jackson Jacobs

University unsure in-person commencement ceremonies will proceed

Vivek Kumar and Grace Mamon March 19, 2021

Seniors wonder if they will be able to walk the stage on the colonnade as the coronavirus continues to throw a wrench in plans. President William Dudley shared W&L’s tentative commencement plan...

Student moderators host a talk with content creator Hank Green. Photo courtesy of Donald LeCompte, '21.

Content creator Hank Green shared insight on pros and cons of the Internet

Julian Ramirez March 19, 2021
Green spoke about the Internet, personal passions and staying joyful during a pandemic
Change in university bylaws sparks faculty backlash

Change in university bylaws sparks faculty backlash

Jess Kishbaugh March 5, 2021

Members of the faculty want meaningful conversation with the Board of Trustees. The board made a change to the Washing-ton and Lee bylaws that stripped faculty of their influence in issues dealing with...

Students in Shock after Ceiling Collapses at Latinx Theme House

Students in Shock after Ceiling Collapses at Latinx Theme House

Avalon Pernell March 4, 2021

Angie Gallegos, ‘23, was finishing up her oceanography notes when a little after midnight Feb. 24, the ceiling collapsed in her room in Nuestro Hogar Latino.  “I heard a creak on the wall that’s...

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