W&L’s new offsite solar array, now fully operational, represents the university’s biggest leap to date toward an energy-independent future.
“Mohammad Omer Khalil: Musings,” co-curated by four Washington and Lee students as part of a seminar course in museum studies, will be on display in the Watson Galleries Sept. 28, 2023 through June 1, 2024.
W&L’s Summer Research Scholars program gives students hands-on experience in collaborative research with faculty mentors.
Washington and Lee's Leading Edge program welcomed the Class of 2027 to campus with dynamic programs designed to build community.
Grant funding through W&L's Johnson Program allows student recipients to pursue passion projects and career development around the world.
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The Washington and Lee University community will commemorate the tragedy of Sept. 11, 2001, with a memorial service and the placing of 2,977 American flags on Cannan Green.
Washington and Lee students gain new perspectives after internships through the Shepherd Program.
Washington and Lee students explored the world this summer thanks to grant funding opportunities through the Center for International Education.
This summer, Washington and Lee students experienced life in London as part of an immersive program offered through the Williams School.
Marketplace and Café 77 interior dining renovations near completion; demolition for new Williams School building underway.
Effective Aug. 7, parking in Nelson Street lot will serve only student vehicles with an “RS” permit designation.
Total giving to all areas reached an impressive $73.9 million, the second highest total in W&L history.
Washington and Lee’s Museum Artist-in-Residence Program welcomed photographer Stephanie Shih to campus in May to create new work based on the Museums’ art collection.
Work began June 26 and will affect traffic patterns in the area through expected project completion in September.
University Chapel closed June 5 as renovations get underway; Marketplace and Café 77 project is on target for fall completion.
W&L students in this Spring Term’s “Swedish Theater” course were immersed in culture during their three weeks in Stockholm, Sweden.
The 2023 Spring Term course "Threats to Democracy" examined the form of government and explored the current challenges it faces.
Washington and Lee’s Class of 2023 includes nine recipients of the Certificate of International Immersion awarded by W&L’s Center for International Education.
In his remarks, President Will Dudley told the Class of 2023 the ability to think freely, critically, and humanely has prepared them to be conscientious interpreters of the world.
The iconic vines will receive significant pruning to ensure their overall health.
Graham appreciates how W&L empowers students to follow their passions.
Washington and Lee seniors David Onyejekwe ’23, Jake McCabe ’23 and Bailey Keel ’23 have created lasting connections with the local community as volunteer coaches for Lex Lax youth lacrosse.
Professor of Biology Robert Humston’s Spring Term course takes a deep dive into environmental problem-solving.
The project will require periodic modifications to pedestrian and vehicular traffic in the area.
Professor of History Mikki Brock’s Spring Term course explores our fascination with the supernatural.
Reese was motivated by her summer research experience to pursue a career in medicine.
"W&L After Class" invites listeners to join a conversation with W&L’s expert faculty on their teaching, research interests and passion projects.
The DeLaney Center’s latest research project connects current students with a rich legacy.
Students and faculty will summarize and display their Spring Term research and coursework.
Seay has been selected for the Goldwater Scholarship to support a research career in science, mathematics and engineering, and also earned the Udall Scholarship in the environmental category.
After choosing W&L off a gut feeling, Bishop says the campus already feels like home.
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to sell unwanted items and donate any unsold items to benefit local nonprofit organizations.
W&L neuroscience students recently partnered with an innovative art-making program offered at Kendal at Lexington.
Barringer appreciates the learning experience he gained during his summer internship, both professionally and personally.
Sharon Mendieta Ramirez ’23 has designed her W&L experience to prepare her for her career as an educator.
Washington and Lee’s campus is thriving thanks to the hard work and dedication of a team that collaborates with Mother Nature year-round.
The two-day conference in March provided a unique opportunity for students to conduct and share original research in a professional setting.
The Leadership Excellence Awards give recognition and thanks to nominated students and organizations for their many efforts on W&L’s campus.
Li is excited to take advantage of the personalized education W&L offers and to explore the Lexington-Rockbridge area.
Jackson Flower will share his research at The Virginia Commonwealth University on April 7.
Tobeason appreciates the balance she’s found at W&L as a student-athlete.
Moye-Green will pursue a master’s degree in criminal justice and penal change at the University of Strathclyde.
Mott will pursue a master’s degree in digital media and society at Cardiff University.
The Fancy Dress committee works year-round to ensure this cherished campus tradition continues.
Mock Convention made its Spring Kickoff event an informative preview of upcoming convention conversations.
Magoti’s summer internship allowed him to apply knowledge from his neuroscience classes while also exposing him to cutting-edge technology in the field.
W&L President Emeritus Kenneth Ruscio addressed new members of ODK during their spring induction ceremony.
Community-Based Learning’s collaboration with Concerned Citizens of Glasgow during Winter 2023 offer students an opportunity to help a community find its voice.
A new Williams School facility and renovations to University Chapel and Sydney Lewis Hall among several projects on the horizon.
The University’s president emeritus will address 50 new initiates of W&L’s Alpha Circle of ODK.
Boston admires W&L’s Honor System and is inspired by the greater Rockbridge County community.
Bernbaum is inspired by W&L’s emphasis on community-based learning.
Margalus, faculty director of maker innovation at DePaul University’s Idea Realization Labs, has been named the next Johnson Professor of Entrepreneurship and Leadership and director of the Connolly Center for Entrepreneurship at W&L.
Mock Convention is gathering steam as the organization prepares for its Spring Kickoff event on March 21.
Tetiana Kozachanska ’26 is taking full advantage of her first year at Washington and Lee.
Davis’s summer internship reinforced his career aspirations as a neuroscience major.
Moran is inspired by W&L’s values and commitment to liberal arts education.
The redesigned site is intended to provide students one primary online location to access helpful resources and campus community news.
A reimagined Marketplace and Café 77 will enhance the campus dining experience. Phase one will be completed for Fall Term 2023.
This year’s event raised $9,700 to support the Campus Kitchen at W&L’s Backpack Program.
Students in Professor Marisa Charley’s POV102 course helped local elementary school children tell stories this fall through photovoice research.
Washington and Lee was ranked second among the baccalaureate institutions recognized by the Fulbright Program.
Avalon Pernell ’23 credits the mentorship she received on campus as she launches her career in business journalism.
Stulce chose W&L because of the university’s well-rounded approach to encouraging individual growth.
W&L’s distinctive summer programming helped Burks-Parra develop her personal and professional interests.
Gu looks forward to graduating in May and plans to help current W&L students as other alums have supported him during his time in college.
The grant provides funds to support W&L student projects worldwide.
Lilly credits the friendliness she encountered on campus as one of her top reasons for choosing W&L as her home.
Before starting law school, Ebony Aiken worked in real estate and in policy research with AmeriCorps Public Allies division.
Schwartz hopes to enter the medical field to continue helping people.
Brinker makes her mark on Florence, Italy’s digital history.
The Office of Inclusion and Engagement organized and hosted events to mark the occasion in collaboration with the Office of Alumni and Career Services and the Harte Center for Teaching and Learning.
Students in Jon Erickson's Electrical Circuits course are learning through teaching local elementary school students.