ODK inducted four honorary and seven student initiates
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A conversation with W&L trustee Brodie Riordan '03 about leadership, and the importance of diversity on the board and in the student body.
Goldman is the first W&L alumnus to lead one of Virginia's four regional capital defense offices.
Daniel Rhoades '19 joined a group that traveled to Monterrey, Mexico over Washington Break to continue a STEM program for elementary school students.
In addition, stories by two students were chosen as finalists in the SPJ Mark of Excellence national competition.
After graduation, Fiorella will work for the York, Pennsylvania Immigration Court as part of the Department of Justice Honors Program.
The title of Radulescu’s talk is: “Dream in a Suitcase: How Literature Saves/Changes Lives.”
Jared Shely '18 will use the grant to continue his work teaching English to students in Latin America.
Edwin Castellanos '20 created a system that allows students to save money by borrowing donated textbooks.
After graduation, Sara Lamneck will join the U.S. Army as a JAG officer.
His talk is sponsored by the Glasgow Endowment Committee and the Provost Lecture Fund.
This reading is sponsored by the Glasgow Endowment and is free and open to the public.
Hannah Falchuk '18 hopes to improve her cultural understanding and language proficiency in the country.
Parker Denaco '68L, Howard Wall '83L, and Matney Rolfe '14L were honored for their contributions to the law school.
More than 500 ancient graffiti are now available online through the project website.
Reese and two friends brought the First-Generation Low-Income Partnership to W&L, where it provides resources and a voice for students.
Peter Askin will clerk for the Supreme Court of Virginia after graduation.
A CFA credential gives students a distinct advantage on the job market.
After graduation, John Fluharty '18L is headed to London to work as an associate in Allen & Overy’s International Capital Markets practice group.
Martha Vazquez is headed to Washington, DC to join the law firm Wiley Rein.
Professor Bill Patch publishes book on the Labor Movement’s political influence on German democracy.
Spring Term allows W&L students to focus intensely on one topic for four weeks, or to create an experience that is unique to their educational path.
The title of Bello’s talk is: “A Bug-eyed View of Environmental History.”
The talk, titled “Storytelling in the Digital Age," is free and open to the public.
A reception and book sale will follow the reading, which is free and open to the public.
In total, 89 members of the W&L community ran the race.
The FLIP program at W&L was proposed by students who saw a need for more resources on campus.
This year's class focused on investigating the divorce process in Tanzania that often leaves women in poverty.
Soon Ho spends his days in Australia studying at the University of Sydney and interning at Greencross Limited, Australia's largest pet care company.
She will attend the PPIA Junior Summer Institute at Princeton followed by a service project in Morocco.
The FBI agent credits his father, the Honor System and his W&L education with shaping his career.
Jan. 13, 2018
Lexapalooza, W&L’s first arts and music festival, was held on March 30-31 at the Village upper-division housing.
Students enrolled in Dr. Shay’s BUS 399 Entrepreneurship capstone course took home a total of $11,000 in cash prizes.
A group of five W&L students, along with Linda Hooks, Professor of Economics and Head of the Economics Department, recently attended the Annual Conference of Undergraduate Women in Economics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Campaign.
Washington and Lee University School of Law has released a report on employment rates for its class of 2017.
3L Luisa Hernandez argued an appeal of a Black Lung Case, moving one step closer to her life-long dream of becoming a lawyer.
A W&L fixture for more than 40 years, Prof. Mark Grunewald's teaches his final class.
Swasy's piece was published in Splinter News.
Mugo will attend the Public Policy and International Affairs Junior Summer Institute at the Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon.
Tom Wolfe '51 will be in attendance.
For those who remember W&L Law alumnus Sam Petsonk '13L, they will not be surprised by the recent feature in WV Living detailing his work for the homeless population of Charleston.
On April 15, the University Singers will give a public performance in Richmond with world-renowned composer Ēriks Ešenvalds.
As a first-year student at W&L, Jane Chiavelli '18 had no idea that she would face a huge challenge — and come out of it with strong leadership skills.
W&L Mourns Centenarian Frederick Bartenstein Jr. ’39, ‘41L
Lena Hill, senior associate to the president, interim chief diversity officer, and associate vice president at the University of Iowa, has been named dean of the College at Washington and Lee University.
The work of Patrick Hinely '73 is currently on exhibit at Nelson Gallery, which is located on Washington Street in Lexington.
After completing the academic year at W&L, he will begin his new role on July 1.
Bruce Rider '66, who served as an Army intelligence officer in Vietnam, was moved to write this essay on the occasion of his 20th reunion.
John Gulick '63, who served as a Navy SEAL in Vietnam, was on the wrong end of an ambush about one week after his arrival in country.
Nineteen Washington and Lee University alumni died during the Vietnam Era. These are their stories.
Alumni who served react to the Fall 2017 alumni magazine article about the war, and share some of their thoughts about that time.
From Lexington to London, Faith E. Pinho '18 has had a vast array of experiences.
The show will be on display April 23 – May 24.
Che Malambo comes to the Keller stage for a one-night performance on April 26.
W&L's Community Grants Committee has made 9 grants totaling $19,093 to non-profit organizations.
A group of W&L Law students traveled to Germany over spring break for an intensive week-long exploration of German law and legal culture.
Washington and Lee University will join museums, schools and churches around the world in tolling bells to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the 50th anniversary of his assassination in Memphis, Tennessee.
In a recent visit to campus, Alisha Laventure ’09, a television news anchor in Dallas, told journalism students about how a national story became personal.
George served in the Texas state house from 1999 to 2003.
From corporate big-law to outdoors gear connoisseurs, Ferrell & Koral Alman (‘12L) demonstrate the versatility of a W&L legal education.
Shaun Bennett '18L earned second place in the Association of Securities and Exchange Commission Alumni’s (ASECA) Writing Competition.