Robert Foster '07 will attend Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia.
Archive ( Stories)
Washington and Lee's TJ Fisher explores Greece — and Greek life — with members of his his fraternity.
Appointment follows a successful year as Interim Dean.
Melissa Pignatelli-O'Brien '99L uses her own experience as springboard to advocate for others.
A recent Freedom of Information act request from the "Federal Times" turned up an IRS planning document that predicts sequester-related budget cuts will result in billions of lost revenue.
Washington and Lee alumnus Rob Ashford directs Kenneth Branagh in MacBeth.
The Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty's second teaching symposium will focus on families, children and poverty.
Four Washington and Lee alumni convene an alumni chapter at the Atlanta headquarters of The Coca-Cola Company.
WVTF, the Roanoke-based public radio station, featured Campus Kitchen at Washington and Lee in a segment that ran on July 24, 2013. Titled "W&L's Campus Kitchen Feeds Minds and Bellies," the piece by WVTF's Beverly Amsler included in an interview with Jenny Davidson, coordinator of Campus Kitchen and advisor to Volunteer Venture and Nabors Service […]
Hayne Hipp, a 1962 Washington and Lee graduate, fulfills his vow to hike the Appalachian Trail.
The Chronicle of Higher Education recognizes W&L in latest survey.
Bringing lectures and other live events from the Washington and Lee campus to your desktop.
Clover Archer, director of Washington and Lee's Staniar Gallery, has a work on display at Gallery Luisotti, in Los Angeles.
Chair honors the memory of a 1972 Washington and Lee alumnus and is designed to support "an exceptional undergraduate teacher and a distinguished scholar."
Washington and Lee alumnus Rich Cleary, a second-year student at Columbia Law School, has won a summer fellowship from the New York Bar Foundation.
Washington and Lee English professor Lesley Wheeler's recent book has been nominated for the Elgin Award.
Washington and Lee junior Albert Civitarese is spending part of this summer at the Umbra Institute in Perugia, Italy, where he resumed his Italian language studies.
The Association for Theater in Higher Education has recognized the latest play by Domnica Radulescu, Morris Professor of Romance Languages at Washington and Lee.
Washington and Lee alumnus Wood Selig '83 is guiding Old Dominion athletics to new heights.
Bill Wreaks, a member of Washington and Lee's Class of 1985, opened the NASDAQ OMX market on June 25.
After covering trials for 25 years, Washington and Lee's Toni Locy wrote the book on how to cover America's courts.
Washington and Lee alumnus Tom Wolfe talks of baseball, newspapering and speaking Spanish.
Niels-Hugo Blunch will participate in a major grant from the Danish Council of Independent Research.
R. Parke Ellis, Class of 1981, is the new president of the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of Louisiana.
Jasmin Darznik, assistant professor of English at Washington and Lee, was among 78 new Americans who took the oath of citizenship at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello on July 4, 2013.
WDBJ-TV reports on the Governor's Language Academies being held at Washington and Lee this summer.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer is counting down the 100 best all-time players for the Cleveland Browns, and Washington and Lee alumnus Walt Michaels comes in at No. 21.
Washington and Lee law professor Tim Jost appears on a recent list put together by congressional newspaper "The Hill" dubbed "10 to watch on ObamaCare rollout."
Lucas Morel, a politics professor and a preeminent Abraham Lincoln scholar, has been named the first Class of 1960 Professor of Ethics at Washington and Lee University.
Harvey Markowitz explores characterization of American Indians in newly-released "Lone Ranger" movie.
Fred Perry, the last British player to win the Wimbledon men's title until Andy Murray did it this year, was W&L's tennis coach in the 1940s.
Jasmin Darznik was among 79 new Americans who took the citizenship oath at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello on Independence Day.
Miniature flags in front of Washington and Lee's historic Colonnade.
Mary Elizabeth Whipple Eldridge, a 2000 graduate of Washington and Lee, is profiled in Arkansas Business newspaper as one of the year’s "Arkansas Business 40 Under 40" for her leadership of the nonprofit Ross Foundation.
Appointment of former associate librarian for digital services and strategies effective July 1.
David Carson, a 1988 graduate of the Washington and Lee School of Law, took the bench in Roanoke this week as a judge on the 23rd District Court.
Washington and Lee law professor Russ Miller will spend this year-long fellowship researching and collaborating with leading scholars on issues of security and liberty at the University of Freiburg's Center for Civil Security as well as the program's partners at Bucerius Law School, the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, and the German Federal Police Academy.
The keynote speeches in the Washington and Lee Alumni Colleges on the Civil War will be streamed live.
Washington and Lee University 2013 graduate Christine Luby, from Gresham, Oregon, has been awarded a U.S. Teaching Assistantship (USTA) fellowship in Austria for the 2013-2014 academic year.