The student newspaper of Washington and Lee University

The Ring-tum Phi

The student newspaper of Washington and Lee University

The Ring-tum Phi

The student newspaper of Washington and Lee University

The Ring-tum Phi

All content by Nuoya Zhou

Lexington business landscape: summer newcomers, fall shake-ups

Restaurants and retail close, open, and expand, altering downtown options available to students
Nuoya Zhou
October 10, 2017

Gala brings awareness, raises funds for LGBTQ equality rights

Students and community members gather to celebrate equality in Virginia
Nuoya Zhou
March 20, 2017
Vasily Gatov speaks at Northen Auditorium. Photo by Nuoya Zhou, 18.

Media expert discusses today’s Russian media history, U.S. media

Vasily V. Gatov shares what the Russian media have learned from President Putin’s subjugation of mass media
Nuoya Zhou
March 6, 2017
A sample pre-made box. Photo by Nuoya Zhou, ‘18.

Local cáfe and market launches new food takeout program

Blue Phoenix now offering pre- made lunch and dinner boxes to community
Nuoya Zhou
January 24, 2017
Students watch the election results in CGL on Tuesday. Photo by Nuoya Zhou, ‘18.

Students differ in reactions to presidential outcome

“President Trump” elicits disbelief and fear for some, quiet optimism among others
Nuoya Zhou
November 14, 2016
Students participated in the ARC program during summer of 2016. Photo courtesy of Kevin Remington.

W&L’s Advanced Research Cohort fosters innovation, creativity for first-years

W&L’s ARC program provides first-years with STEM research experience, mentorship.
Nuoya Zhou
October 10, 2016
Junior Diem Tran’s winning design. Photo by Nuoya Zhou, ‘18.

W&L gets taste of literature

Edible Book Event highlights creativity, imagination of students and faculty
Nuoya Zhou
April 4, 2016
Vivian Schiller addresses students and faculty in Stackhouse. Photo by Nuoya Zhou, 18.

Emphasizing ethics in the media

Media Executive Vivian Schiller discusses the relationship of ethics and the evolving media
Nuoya Zhou
March 21, 2016
Dr. Richard Hartel described the process of making cotton candy. Photo by Nuoya Zhou, ‘18.

A “sweet” lecture on candy

A food engineering professor and author explains the “science behind the sweets”
Nuoya Zhou
March 14, 2016

Blue Phoenix Cafe set to open

Blue Phoenix Cafe & Market opens in place of the former Healthy Foods Market
Nuoya Zhou
March 7, 2016
Andrew Donchez, ‘17, Murray Manley, ‘18, Sara Dotterer, ‘18 and Hayley Price, ‘18, the administrators of the Wilson Art Organization, work closely together to get their project off the ground.
Photo by Nuoya Zhou, ‘18.

From Wilson Hall, there’s art for all

The Wilson Art Organization, a rising non-profit, makes debut with the goal of bringing art to as many students in the Rockbridge area as possible
Nuoya Zhou
February 1, 2016
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