Sanchez plans to pursue graduate study in public policy after graduation.
Schwartz hopes to enter the medical field to continue helping people.
Brinker makes her mark on Florence, Italy’s digital history.
The annual event brought 1,800 people to campus.
Wimberly and Richard McPhail P’24 share their thoughts on the W&L Experience, community and the Parents Leadership Council
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W&L Library and Institutional History staff joined Mellon-funded initiative On These Grounds with several partner universities to catalog events in enslaved people’s lives.
The STEM-focused endowment will support internships, research opportunities, academic conference costs and other student experiences.
James Torbert ’23 interviewed Cynthia Cheatham ’07 to learn more about her dedication to Washington and Lee.
Kaylin Jury ’24 interviewed Phifer Helms ’74 to learn more about his service and commitment to Washington and Lee.
Max Weaver ’23 interviewed Andrew Tate ’98 to learn more about his service and commitment to Washington and Lee.
Will Bou ’24 interviewed longtime volunteer Farris Hotchkiss ’58 to learn more about his service and dedication to Washington and Lee.
Smith O’Leary ’23 interviewed Bowen Spottswood ’18 to learn more about her dedication to Washington and Lee.
Margaret Thompson ’24 interviewed Maurice “Moe” Cole ’94 to learn more about his service and commitment to Washington and Lee.
Alex Petras ’24 interviewed Julia Gsell ’18 to learn more about her dedication to Washington and Lee.
Kailyn Jury ’24 interviewed Nelson Bunn ’08 to learn more about his service and commitment to Washington and Lee.
A group of W&L students plan a week-long series of events dedicated to philanthropy education and sharing gratitude.
Mitchell Salvino ’23 is spearheading a fundraiser with his W&L baseball teammates to benefit the Angel Fund.
Johansen plans to head to Eastern Europe after graduation to serve Ukrainian refugees.
Sam Hollis ’51 and Jimmy Gallivan ’51 met at W&L, sparking a friendship spanning 75 years.
Ahead of Black Alumni Weekend 2022 and the 50th anniversary of the Black Ball, founding members of the Student Association of Black Unity are reviving an emergency student fund in memory of their late mentor and friend Marjorie Poindexter.
John Adekola ’24 sees his role with Phonathon as a chance to make a difference at W&L.
AJ Mabaka '22 plans to attend a graduate program in marine science and conservation policy.
William “Skip” Davison ’67 remembers Professor James Keith Shillington.
More than 2,000 parents, family members and friends enjoyed the weekend's many events on campus.
While members of the Class of 1996 could not celebrate in person during their reunion, nothing could stop them from coming together to set a new record for 25th reunion giving.
Mai Spurlock Sykes ’94 and sister Kim Spurlock make a fierce team when it comes to independent filmmaking.
Second Lieutenant Chris Woodings ’21 received the Captain Jay W. Stull Memorial Award in recognition of his determination and strength of character.
Many members of the Class of 2021 will participate in a long tradition of giving back to W&L.
Young alumnus Alden Schade shares why he gives back to W&L.
Young alumna and current law student Cat Spencer '20, '23L shares her perspective on W&L and giving back.
Kevin Batteh '95, '98L is W&L's first Bitcoin donor.
From serving on his 10th reunion committee to establishing a scholarship, Yuan Liu '11 proves that W&L ties span continents.
Dick Stuart '37 celebrated his 88-year relationship with W&L by making his leadership gift to the Annual Fund.
When Bette Lathrop named Washington and Lee as one of the beneficiaries of her charitable remainder trust, bridges were on her mind, and one in particular.
Jay Thomas '03 was able to attend W&L with the help of a scholarship, and now he and his wife are paying it forward.
Jamaal Jones '16 shares how his W&L education has shaped his life.
Susan Wood Cunningham, director of leadership giving at Washington and Lee, has been selected as the university’s executive director of university development, effective December 1, 2020.
The Board of Trustees approved renaming CARPE in memory of Houston H. Harte '50.
A decade after the building's dedication, W&L Hillel shines brighter than ever.
Junie Bishop '41 created a fixed-term charitable trust 20 years ago that will make a significant difference at W&L in 2020.
In honor of what would have been her 25th reunion, Boone's family and friends celebrated her legacy through gifts that will have a tangible impact on W&L.
The MacCowatts share their perspective on their new role with the PLC, philanthropy and W&L.
A group of dedicated alumni took action to leverage meaningful changes on campus to increase inclusion and diversity.
A group of his former students and colleagues established the James Tyler Dickovick Internship in International Affairs, Global Political Economy and the Public Interest Endowment in his memory.
Recipients of the John M. Gunn International Scholarship met with its namesake in February and shared how the program has made a difference in their lives.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the Washington and Lee University community are finding ways to lend a hand with community relief efforts.
Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, Washington and Lee University’s CARPE and Academic Technologies offered expertise and resources to faculty preparing for online courses.
The Kauders family talks about their experience joining the W&L Community.
A Q&A about the importance of the Annual Fund.
Friends of Professor DeLaney established the scholarship to honor his commitment to teaching and mentoring students.
Construction continues on schedule for a fall 2020 opening. The building envelop is nearly finished and the project is approximately 60 percent complete.
Leadership donors Anne and Tom MacCowatt P'18, '22 share why they continue to invest in W&L and why they chose to support CARPE.
Senior Laura Calhoun looks back at her W&L experience and celebrates the community she's built here.
Jim Early ’59 and his husband Garland Tillery established the James R. Early ’59 Endowment for LGBTQ Programming to help W&L's LGBTQ students engage fully with the wider university community.
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