The Columns

Campus and Community

‘A Good Place to Spend a Career’: Ken Ruscio Reflects
On Dec. 31, after 10 years as Washington and Lee’s president, Ken Ruscio leaves office. Earlier this fall, President Ruscio sat down with us in his Washington Hall office for a conversation, which appeared in the fall issue of W&L: The Washington and Lee Alumni Magazine.
From the Magazine
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In Case You Missed It

A Meaningful Legacy: Chris Coffland
Cpl. Chris Coffland ’88 was killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan on Nov. 13, 2009. His death inspired the founding of Catch a Lift, a charity helping wounded post 9/11 combat veterans.
Life of Consequence
Planting Seeds for a Sustainable Future
Taking part in the Sustainability Leadership Pre-Orientation Program allowed a group of Washington and Lee first-years to understand the many facets of creating and supporting sustainable communities.
On Campus
Study in Contrasts
W&L students partnered with Augusta Correctional Center inmates for a new class that opened eyes and challenged stereotypes
Distinctly Dubyuhnell
At the Mouth of the River
Recent graduate Leah Gose ’15 reflects on her time at W&L and the lessons she’s taken away from her four years in Lexington.
Alumni in Action