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University public safety says investigation into KKK fliers is ongoing

University public safety says investigation into KKK fliers is ongoing

Hannah Denham

November 14, 2018


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Washington and Lee Public Safety shares information it has gathered about the leaflets found on campus three weeks ago.

W&L moves to need-blind admissions

Liza Moore

November 6, 2018


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Universities such as Harvard and Yale also use need-blind practices

Student Activities sponsors free trip to Busch Gardens for students

Student Activities sponsors free trip to Busch Gardens for students

Isabel Chiodo

November 6, 2018


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Student Activities Director Kelsey Goodwin says student participation in sponsored activities is increasing

History Department launches search to replace two beloved professors

History Department launches search to replace two beloved professors

Ben Soullier

November 6, 2018


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Professors Ted DeLaney and T.J. Tallie both brought unique backgrounds and teaching abilities to the department

Bike Shop re-opens in new location, promotes sustainability, outdoor activity

Bike Shop re-opens in new location, promotes sustainability, outdoor activity

Liv Cooper

November 6, 2018


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The university Bike Shop plans to host several community events, including “Breakfast Burrito Rides"

Q&A with New York Times Senior Writer David Barstow

Q&A with New York Times Senior Writer David Barstow

Hannah Denham

October 31, 2018


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"My first piece of advice [for young journalists] is not advice at all. It’s a plea: God, we need you, right?"

University community gathers on Sunday to address Friday’s KKK leafleting on campus

University community gathers on Sunday to address Friday’s KKK leafleting on campus

Hannah Denham

October 29, 2018


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Student Affairs, the Executive Committee and the Student Judicial Council organized the event to challenge the community to support each other.

Students find KKK chapter fliers on W&L’s campus

Students find KKK chapter fliers on W&L’s campus

Hannah Denham

October 26, 2018


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Some fliers implore Washington and Lee to keep its name the same. Others say that “race is much more than skin color” and that “Yahweh commands racial segregation.”

Robinson Hall and Lee-Jackson House renamed, changes made to Lee Chapel

Hannah Denham

October 22, 2018


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W&L honors trailblazers in university history with name changes to Robinson Hall and Lee-Jackson House

Director of Inclusion and Engagement brings excitement and fresh ideas

Director of Inclusion and Engagement brings excitement and fresh ideas

Tate Mikkelson

October 22, 2018


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Crasha Townsend is striving to be the resource she needed in college

Class of 2022 most diverse in W&L history, shows efforts of Strategic Plan

Class of 2022 most diverse in W&L  history, shows efforts of Strategic Plan

Madalynn Smith

October 22, 2018


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Admissions office attributes the rising diversity to enrollment programs like Questbridge and DIVE weekend

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