Eighteen Washington and Lee University alumni died during the Vietnam Era. These are their stories.
From the Magazine
The historian, author and museum professional swears by the value of tramping the terrain where history happened.
The associate professor of classics won a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to support the digitization of Pompeian epigraphy, along with Sara Sprenkle, associate professor of computer science.
W&L alumni look back at the Vietnam War and how it changed them.
For many students at Washington and Lee, the Outing Club is about more than outdoor adventure — it’s about finding a place that feels a little bit like home.
In Case You Missed It
Washington and Lee students are on the move thanks to a robust collection of club sports, intramurals and exercise classes.
Rocking the Rhodes: Paqui Toscano '16
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.
Historian Blaine Brownell ’65, who spent his career as a college professor, administrator and consultant, has completed a 608-page history of W&L, from 1930 to 2000.
After more than 10 years and $50 million, the restoration and renovation of Washington and Lee University’s hallowed Colonnade is complete.
So Long, Farewell: Kim and Ken Ruscio '76
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