Bob Woodward, renowned Washington Post reporter and author, will talk on Moral Responsibility and the Modern American Presidency at the Institute for Honor symposium at Washington and Lee University, Friday, Jan. 18.
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A team of W&L students who submitted a grant proposal for the Campus Kitchens Project has been chosen as a finalist in the 2007-2008 J.P. Morgan Good Venture Competition, bringing them a step closer to the $25,000 grant.
Students at Washington and Lee University have predicted that Barack Obama will win New Hampshire, a preliminary prediction weeks before the highly anticipated 2008 Democratic Mock Convention, which will mark the 100th year of the school’s most time-honored tradition.
An exhibition of works by eight contemporary artists who use the flatbed scanner as a digital camera will open in Washington and Lee University's Staniar Gallery on Monday, January 7, 2008 and will remain on view until Friday, February 15.
The Service in Memory and Celebration of longtime physics professor Dr. Jim Donaghy, who passed away on Dec. 4 after a short illness, will be Monday, Jan. 7, at 12 p.m. in Lee Chapel. Burial was in Jacksonville, Florida, on Dec. 10.
Neil Budde, former vice president and editor in chief for Yahoo!, will speak about the future of online news at 4:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14, in the Stackhouse Theater of the John W. Elrod University Commons at Washington and Lee University.
Elizabeth Graber from Richmond, Va., a junior at Washington and Lee University, is a recent winner of the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges (VFIC) / Wachovia Scholarship Program competition.
Tomorrow, Thursday, Dec. 6, we will test our emergency notification system in five ways.
W&L’s Lee Chapel Museum, which reopened on October 1 after two years of planning and many months of construction, offers two new exhibits currently on display.
Quiana McKenzie ’08 was named a 2008 YP4 (Young People For) Fellow, one of 200 selected from 89 campuses in 23 states. McKenzie is the only fellow chosen from the state of Virginia.