The Ring-tum Phi

Director of Inclusion and Engagement brings excitement and fresh ideas

Director of Inclusion and Engagement Crasha Townsend. Photo by Tate Mikkelsen, '20.

Tate Mikkelson

October 22, 2018

Crasha Townsend is striving to be the resource she needed in college

Class of 2022 most diverse in W&L history, shows efforts of Strategic Plan

Participants in the Multicultural Fashion Show pose outside of Evans Dining Hall on Sept. 29. Photo courtesy of Riwaj Shrestha, '22.

Madalynn Smith

October 22, 2018

Admissions office attributes the rising diversity to enrollment programs like Questbridge and DIVE weekend

Students petition for culture and diversity FDR

Students petition for culture and diversity FDR

Maria Rachal

November 17, 2015

Two juniors have proposed the university implement a culture and diversity Foundation and Distribution Requirement in its liberal arts curriculum to encourage critical thinking and challenge dominant perspectives. Elena Diller, ‘17, and Caroline Todd, ‘17, launched a petition Nov. 8 outlining...

Dinner and a show

Students of all nationalities participated in the SAIL fashion show. Photo by Savannah Kimble, ‘18.

Alex Kinzer

October 5, 2015

Fighting for a Southern Inn reservation? Not a chance! The Office of Diversity and Inclusion held its sixty-first annual parents and family weekend multicultural dinner in Evans Dining Hall on Oct. 3 in a packed Evans Dining Hall. Students and their families listened to seven senior reflection spee...

(e)Xposé yourself

Caroline Saltzman

September 28, 2015

Washington and Lee is known for many things, but is diversity one of them? This past weekend, Ijezie Ikwuezunma, ‘16,  Alexus McGriff, ‘18, and Faith Pinho, ‘18, showed that it is with The New Xposé, a showcase with two purposes: attracting diverse prospective students to W&L and strengthe...

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