Robert Humston will assess over 30 years of data collected by the U.S. Forest Service within the George Washington and Thomas Jefferson National Forests.
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Marketplace and Café 77 interior dining renovations near completion; demolition for new Williams School building underway.
The following individuals recently joined the Washington and Lee employee workforce.
Myers serves as a commentator for the series “Dark Marvels,” offering the history behind some of the world’s most diabolical inventions.
Effective Aug. 7, parking in Nelson Street lot will serve only student vehicles with an “RS” permit designation.
Leica Geosystems followed Bent and his team of W&L students on a day spent mapping the city of Florence.
The donation will support the Campus Kitchen Backpack Program.
Washington and Lee is the only liberal arts college to be named among the top five institutions for producing Boren Scholarship recipients.
Lamar John Ryan Cecil, William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of History Emeritus, died on July 16, 2023, in Lynchburg. He was 91.
Pooja Thakur-Wernz presented her paper at the Academy of International Business Conference in Warsaw, Poland on July 9.
Four historical plaques relocated on campus are being installed in a new exhibit in University Chapel.
Classics professor will use the fellowship to research his project “Annotated Amores” at the University of Cincinnati this spring.