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

A diploma sample in a picture frame. The diploma reads Washington and Lee University, above a wide artwork of the colonnade. The phrase Lexington, Virginia is placed under the artwork.

Confusion over diploma design highlights W&L’s turmoil with racial justice

The Board of Trustees quietly removed portraits of the university namesakes in 2022 as a response to 'Change the Name' protests
Bri Hatch, Editor-in-Chief
March 28, 2023
Lee Chapel is an iconic landmark on the Washington and Lee campus. Photo by Andrew Harris, ‘22.

Lee Chapel Museum serves as an educational resource during campus change

Museum examines George Washington, Robert E. Lee and institutional history. It aims to be visited more by the community
Jack Eason
November 6, 2018
President Will Dudley delivers the Presidents Address to parents in Wilson Hall on Sept. 29. Photo by Liza Moore, ‘21.

President’s address outlines plans for university’s future, focuses on speech’s location change

President Will Dudley attributed the change in location to both student discomfort and logistical issues with Lee Chapel.
Liza Moore
October 14, 2018
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