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W&L alum honors victims of Oklahoma City bombing, shares message of resilience

Emma Malinak, Arts & Life Editor May 8, 2023

Russ Woody, ’98, was enjoying a relaxing morning in his room in Graham-Lees on April 19, 1995, when his friend sprinted through the halls to tell him that there had been a deadly explosion in his hometown...

A group of male and female dancers in black and white Polynesian outfits half-kneel and spread their arms toward the audience.

Around the Globe hosts spring festival, celebrates culture with dance

Emma Malinak, Arts & Life Editor April 11, 2023

Washington and Lee University’s Around the Globe club hosted its second annual spring festival on April 8 to showcase cultural dances. Around the Globe co-founders Aishwarya Vemagiri, ’25, and Irina...

The Speaking Tradition’s greatest foe

Will Pittman, Staff Writer April 11, 2023

Around 1910, Robert and Jessie Doremus happened to be traveling through Lexington and found themselves at our very own Washington and Lee University. Robert Doremus, longtime New York stock brokerage clerk...

An ode to D-hall, my first love on campus

Georgia Bernbaum, Opinions Editor February 14, 2023

Dear D-hall, Since the moment I stepped foot on this campus, you welcomed me with open arms. Your blueberry muffins and chocolate chip pancakes immediately reminded me of home. Your indistinguishable...

Aislinn Niimi, 24, prepares egg rolls. Photo by Angela Tu, 24.

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and PAACE co-host community dinner

Catherine McKean October 12, 2021
Students bond over homemade Asian dishes.
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