With a Nod to the Future, Preston C. Manning '52 Gives Back to Honor a Long and Rewarding Life Shaped Immeasurably by W&L.
Reid Calhoun ‘17 shares how his vision for the future inspires his annual giving.
When Tyler Lenczuk ’08 married Danielle Galanti in July 2014, they were given a gift like no other — a named scholarship fund to benefit future Washington and Lee students with financial need.
W&L will name its new indoor athletics and recreation facility for Duchossois '44 in recognition of his leadership support of the project.
The gift supports the education — both theoretical and practical — of budding journalists.
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Total giving to all areas reached an impressive $73.9 million, the second highest total in W&L history.
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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