Magoti’s summer internship allowed him to apply knowledge from his neuroscience classes while also exposing him to cutting-edge technology in the field.
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.
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.
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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.
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.
Before law school, Zoe Speas worked as a Shakespearean actor and musician across the country, eventually joining the American Shakespeare Center.
Before law school, Marc Sendra helped look after the mental and spiritual well-being of 500 soldiers as a Religious Affairs Specialist.
Before law school, Kali Venable worked as a public safety reporter, and later as an investigative and environmental reporter at a daily newspaper in central south Texas.
Chiguluri chose W&L because the university challenges her and allows her to explore her interests.
Wright chose to attend W&L after witnessing how the school stresses communal and academic relationships between students and faculty with its small class model.
Jackson chose W&L because of the ability to explore different areas of academic interests.
W&L was Elena Lee's '25 first choice.
Layne Setash '19 recently earned a Distinguished Teacher Award from the Virginia Association of Colleges of Teacher Education.
Jesse Evans '20 spent his summer ensuring that this year's summit, which took place Sept. 21-22, would be a success.
Jane Chiavelli '18 is captain of the Varsity Equestrian Team, president of Beta Alpha Psi, and president of Delta Society.