David Hackett Fischer, the University Professor and Earl Warren Professor of History at Brandeis University, will deliver the keynote address at the Institute for Honor Symposium "George Washington: Leadership With Honor" at Washington and Lee University on Friday, March 28, in Lee Chapel.
Washington and Lee alumnus Neville Fogarty '10 finishes 69th in national crossword tournament — and would have finished higher had it not been for the Honor System.
Nick Anderson, higher education writer for the Washington Post, visited the Washington and Lee campus in December to observe the University's unproctored and self-scheduled exams and to write more generally about the University's Honor System. The result of his visit was a piece in the Post on Dec. 12, "Relying on trust lowers stress at Washington and […]
Steele Burrow, a Washington and Lee University senior from Dallas and president of the Executive Committee, wrote about the W&L Honor System in a letter to the New York Times.
Readers of The New York Times may already be aware of the story in Wednesday's Business section about Washington and Lee alumnus Charlie Freret (Class of 1970), his federal income taxes and the Honor System. If you haven't read the whole story, here's the link. The bottom line is this: Charlie discovered a flaw in […]