W&L students in this Spring Term’s “Swedish Theater” course were immersed in culture during their three weeks in Stockholm, Sweden.
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The 2023 Spring Term course Threats to Democracy examined the form of government and explored the current challenges it faces.
Washington and Lee’s Class of 2023 includes nine recipients of the Certificate of International Immersion awarded by W&L’s Center for International Education.
In his remarks, President Will Dudley told the Class of 2023 the ability to think freely, critically, and humanely has prepared them to be conscientious interpreters of the world.
W&L celebrates its 236th undergraduate Commencement Thursday, May 25, at 10 a.m.
Washington and Lee seniors David Onyejekwe ’23, Jake McCabe ’23 and Bailey Keel ’23 have created lasting connections with the local community as volunteer coaches for Lex Lax youth lacrosse.
Professor of Biology Robert Humston’s Spring Term course takes a deep dive into environmental problem-solving.
The project will require periodic modifications to pedestrian and vehicular traffic in the area.
Professor of History Mikki Brock’s Spring Term course explores our fascination with the supernatural.
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"I recognized that this was a unique opportunity that I wouldn’t get to experience anywhere else."~ Molly Pennisi ’24
In Case You Missed It
1. W&L Law’s Boaz Publishes Article in the Georgetown Immigration Law JournalProf. Matt Boaz published "Speculative Immigration Policy."
2. W&L Law’s Miller Publishes Article in the NYU Journal of International Law and PoliticsProf. Russ Miller published "Pandemic as Transboundary Harm: Lessons from the Trail Smelter Arbitration."
3. In Memoriam: Al Gordon, Professor of Fine Arts EmeritusGordon taught at W&L from 1974 to 2001.
4. Maddie Coleman Earns Old Dominion Athletic Conference Women’s Lacrosse Coach of the Year AwardThe first-year head coach led the Generals to their 13th straight conference title.
5. Eight W&L Students Awarded Gilman Scholarships to Study AbroadThe Gilman Scholarship Program offers awards of up to $5,000 to U.S. undergraduate students who are Pell Grant recipients.
People & News
Prof. Matt Boaz published "Speculative Immigration Policy."
University Chapel closed June 5 as renovations get underway; Marketplace and Café 77 project is on target for fall completion.
The following individuals recently joined the Washington and Lee employee workforce.
Prof. Russ Miller published "Pandemic as Transboundary Harm: Lessons from the Trail Smelter Arbitration."
Aly Colón created and organized “Covering Faith and the Faithful” seminars for journalists in Los Angeles and New York City.
Gordon taught at W&L from 1974 to 2001.
The first-year head coach led the Generals to their 13th straight conference title.
Generals’ mentor garners the award for the third time after winning his fourth ODAC title.
Mengying Liu will use the funds to research high-throughput crystallographic mapping in the United Kingdom.
The W&L-owned portrait, which has been on loan to Mount Vernon, will be displayed in a new Reeves Museum exhibit, which opened to the public on May 24.
Seaman joined the Washington and Lee Law faculty in 2012. His research and teaching interests include intellectual property, property, and election law and voting rights.
Stankewich has been awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to teach English in Uganda.
Faces of W&L
Katherine Brinkley is the assistant director of board operations
Young learned the critical skills to excel at her job from the veteran journalists in Reid Hall.
Michelle Jones serves as associate director of alumni engagement.
Will Wallace serves as the associate director of athletic communications.
Graham appreciates how W&L empowers students to follow their passions.
Florentina Butler is the Associate Director of Law School Advancement.
Haydon credits the W&L community for inspiring him and guiding him toward success.
Heidi Bustos serves as the assistant director of inclusion and engagement.