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New course to be offered on the history of Black Lexington

Sophie Kidd November 4, 2020
Student leaders are taking the lead on research for the class

Lexington ghost stories

TYLER PALICIA October 7, 2020
To inspire a Halloween mindset

Rockbridge-area schools reopen virtually

Shauna Muckle September 22, 2020
City and county schools tout new resources for students

Pandemic months more successful than last year at Lexington farmers market

Grace Mamon September 22, 2020
Shoppers and vendors have been gathering in person downtown
Legendary Eats, which opened last month, is located on West Washington Street in the storefront previously occupied by Blue Phoenix.

New restaurant brings New York-style bagels to Lexington

Annaliese Schneider September 10, 2020
Business has been booming since Legendary Eats opened last month
Local political organizations have pivoted their campaign tactics due to the coronavirus pandemic and connecting with voters virtually.

Local candidates pivot campaign tactics amidst coronavirus pandemic

Shauna Muckle September 10, 2020
Local Republicans and Democrats are using different strategies than usual to reach voters
Linda Floyd (left) sews the two pieces of cloth together to make the base of the mask. Mary Katherine Lawrence (right) tests out the sizing on her face. 
Photo by Hannah Denham.

How three Rockbridge area women are sewing masks for first responders

Hannah Denham April 13, 2020
Their goal is to supply two masks each to any local first responders in need
Rafay Hassan, ‘22, volunteers with Rockbridge Area Relief Association. 
Photo by Hannah Denham.

How Lexington nonprofits are responding to the community’s needs with coronavirus

Avalon Pernell March 30, 2020
Rockbridge Area Relief Association set up a drive-thru
Lexington community gathers in Hillel on Oct. 29. Photo by Lyndon Sayers.

Lexington gathers in Hillel House to mourn victims of Tree of Life shooting

Marilyn Sample November 6, 2018
Students come together to remember victims of the shooting in Pittsburgh

Getting out of Lexington: Waynesboro Edition

Josette Corazza November 6, 2018
A junior Washington and Lee student gives tips for how to enjoy leaving "the Washington and Lee bubble." This week's highlights Waynesboro, Virginia
Buena Vista has many attractions downtown, including restaurants and camping. Photo by Josette Corazza, '20.

Getting out of Lexington: Adventures in Buena Vista

Josette Corazza October 23, 2018
Check out the best places to go in Buena Vista, a quick 15-minute drive from Lexington
Bridget Kelley-Dearing holds a poster at the rally

Lexington anti-racism rally tackles community-wide issues

Virginia Kettles March 28, 2016

Hopkins Green hosted an Anti-Racism Rally last Monday sponsored by the Community Anti-Racism Education Initiative, which works to combat racism. Dozens of people from Washington and Lee and the Lexington...

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