Washington and Lee’s Interfraternity Council, National Panhellenic Council and National Pan-Hellenic Council focus on community-building, education and fundraising throughout the year.
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The 28th Mock Convention’s Presidential Gala on Nov. 12 offered the campus a glimpse of the upcoming excitement for the 2024 mock presidential convention.
Washington and Lee students are making a dynamic impact in the community through National Pan-Hellenic Council organizations.
Bottoms, the former mayor of Atlanta, will headline the weeklong programming on campus.
’Tis the season for holiday events on campus and in the local community! Check out what’s happening and make your plans to ring in the holiday season.
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“I would say that this is a program that’s undoubtedly worth doing. You have this built-in network of W&L students with you, but you also have every opportunity to go and meet people in a wonderful city.”~ Kelly Hayes ’24
In Case You Missed It
1. Friends Without BordersLifelong friends Seng-Kah “Henry” Baey ’83 and Dan Einstein ’83 reflect on their time at W&L.
2. W&L Law’s Trammell Publishes Article in the Columbia Law ReviewProfessor Alan Trammell published "The False Promise of Jurisdiction Stripping."
3. Alumni Spotlight: Patrick Bolling ’14LPatrick Bolling is a principal at Woods Rogers, advising a variety of employers in traditional labor and employment.
4. Empathy & CompassionIn May, Mary Hipp ’90 said being a member of the second class of women undergraduates at W&L taught her a lot— although she didn’t realize it at the time.
5. W&L Student Receives Research Grant from the Virginia Academy of ScienceMegan Dufault ’24 is studying the risks that environmental pollutants pose to fetal development.
People & News
The associate professor of art history will serve as the Mudd Center Director for three years beginning July 1, 2024.
The classics professor’s Ancient Graffiti Project digital resource was also mentioned in the article that focuses on ancient graffiti works.
The Spanish professor appears as a faculty expert in the film that debuted at the Virginia Film Festival last month.
Blue Marble published a conversation with Aly Colón about providing balanced coverage of a crisis.
Megan Dufault ’24 is studying the risks that environmental pollutants pose to fetal development.
Elrod serves as the university advisor to the program that supports clients in navigating the required steps toward obtaining or reinstating a driver’s license.
Alumni enjoyed one another's company and a variety of reunion festivities honoring the classes of 2013 and 2018.
The Washington and Lee community gathered on Friday, Nov. 10 to honor the military service of current and retired members of the staff, faculty and student body.
The second-year faculty member co-authored a paper analyzing the relation between institutional ownership and earnings management.
An award of $9,500 will support the center’s Screen to Square film series.
First-year biology professor co-authored a paper titled “Microbiome environmental shifts differ between two co-occurring octocoral hosts.”
The following individuals recently joined the Washington and Lee employee workforce.
Faces of W&L
Suzanne Wade is the Assistant Director for Employer and Alumni Outreach for the Office of Career Strategy and Law Advancement.
Kyle McCoil serves as an assistant dean of students.
Michelle Cosby is the Assistant Dean of Legal Information Services and Professor of Practice.
Elizabeth Knapp serves as director of the Johnson Program and professor of earth and environmental geoscience.
Leila Lawlor is Director of the new Academic Excellence Program and a Professor of Practice.
Ben Schlief is the associate director of recreation.
Catlin Meade is a professor of practice who has been teaching legal writing since 2022.
Karena Gill is a visiting assistant professor of earth and environmental geoscience.