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Scott Dittman to step down as university registrar

Scott Dittman to step down as university registrar

Emma Stoffel

October 1, 2019

Dittman said he is sad to see his time at Washington and Lee come to an end

Scheduling changes allow for just one week of class after Thanksgiving

Scheduling changes allow for just one week of class after Thanksgiving

Jin Ni

October 1, 2019

Mock Convention affects usual winter term scheduling, too

New brewery coming to Lexington this fall

New brewery coming to Lexington this fall

Shefali Konda

October 1, 2019

The long-awaited Heliotrope plans to use seasonal, local ingredients and is slated to open this November

All three Woods Creek apartments renovated

All three Woods Creek apartments renovated

Jin Ni

September 23, 2019

Long-awaited updates to housing are complete

Campus recycling initiative “still limping along”

Campus recycling initiative “still limping along”

Sophie Kidd

September 23, 2019

The program is fighting to survive alongside the global recycling industry.

Fate of Blue Phoenix Cafe remains uncertain

Fate of Blue Phoenix Cafe remains uncertain

Coleman Martinson

September 15, 2019

The local vegan option may be gone in months.

Former university employee indicted on charges for embezzling fire department funds

Coleman Martinson

September 15, 2019

The former cashier turned himself into authorities.

Mock Con 2020’s Delegates’ Fair numbers exceed expectations

Mock Con 2020’s Delegates’ Fair numbers exceed expectations

Amelia Lancaster

September 15, 2019

About 90 percent of the student body signed up to participate in next year’s Mock Convention

Washington and Lee denies it acted with anti-male bias in 2017 sexual misconduct case

Washington and Lee denies it acted with anti-male bias in 2017 sexual misconduct case

Hannah Denham and Maya Lora

July 18, 2019

The former male student is suing the university after he was suspended for non-consensual sexual penetration of a female student, denied readmission

Politics professor Tyler Dickovick has died. Here’s how the W&L community is remembering him.

Politics professor Tyler Dickovick has died. Here’s how the W&L community is remembering him.

Hannah Denham

July 8, 2019

Students, alumni and faculty submitted memories with Dickovick to the Ring-tum Phi. Here are their stories.

John Heilemann kicks off Mock Convention

Irina Koleva and Arthur Rodrigues

May 7, 2019

John Heilemann, Mock Convention’s Spring Kickoff speaker, didn’t hold back when discussing President Donald Trump. “Whether you’re conservative or liberal, whether you’re Trump’s friend or foe, these past three years have been crazy and chaotic,” Heilemann, who has interviw...

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