Alumni enjoyed one another's company and a variety of reunion festivities honoring the classes of 2013 and 2018.
Laura Adelman Philipson ’01 and Hayley Huber ’23 discuss their experiences as W&L students.
The campus-wide initiative highlights the relationship between university donations and the undergraduate student experience with a week-long series of events, March 6-9.
Joe Framptom '66 and Nate Unger '24 discuss their experiences as W&L students.
Caroline Boone Mitchell ’89 and Peyton Tysinger ’23 discuss their experiences as W&L students.
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Gene Perry '75, '78L and Cheick Toure ’23 discuss their experiences as W&L students.
A group of W&L students plan a week-long series of events dedicated to philanthropy education and sharing gratitude.
John Adekola ’24 sees his role with Phonathon as a chance to make a difference at 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.
Jamaal Jones '16 shares how his W&L education has shaped his life.
A Q&A about the importance of the Annual Fund.
Jane Ledlie Batcheller '03, '08L takes the lead in supporting Washington and Lee.
W&L welcomed more than 800 families to campus for Parents and Family Weekend 2018.
Watch the short video about our Phonathon team to find out who’s on the other end of the line here at W&L.
Annual Fund Sets New Record in 2016-17
In the year following the wildly successful conclusion of Honor Our Past, Build Our Future: The Campaign for Washington and Lee, alumni and parents once again gave more to the Annual Fund than ever before.