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W&L counselor being sued for negligence, medical malpractice is still seeing students

W&L counselor being sued for negligence, medical malpractice is still seeing students

Maya Lora

January 14, 2019


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Former Washington and Lee student Kionte Burnette is suing Rallie Snowden and the school for a total of $24 million.

Getting out of Lexington: Adventures in Roanoke

Getting out of Lexington: Adventures in Roanoke

Josette Corazza

December 3, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Roanoke, Virginia, is an underrated gem. I am surprised that so many students make the longer journey up to Charlottesville for their shopping and foodie fixes when Roanoke is an easy, 50-minute drive and boasts many worthy attractions. One of the first things you’ll see when driving in...

“My tribe is the archive. I am the archive.”

“My tribe is the archive. I am the archive.”

Marilyn Sample

December 3, 2018


Filed under Arts & Life, Showcase

When English Professor Deborah Miranda started researching her family’s history, she was told she wouldn’t find enough archives to write a book. But that didn’t hold her back. In 2013, she published Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir, in which she intertwines the roots of the Ohlone Cost...

Winter 2019 will see 103 students abroad, setting university participation record

Winter 2019 will see 103 students abroad, setting university participation record

Tate Mikkelsen

December 3, 2018


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A record high of 103 Washington and Lee students will study abroad during winter term 2019, according to Study Abroad Advisor Cindy Irby. Washington and Lee students already study abroad at a significantly higher rate than most U.S. college-aged students. Sixty percent of Washington ...

University acknowledges trailblazers in controversial renaming of buildings

University acknowledges trailblazers in controversial renaming of buildings

Laura Calhoun

December 3, 2018


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Signs installed during Thanksgiving break of officially recognize the new identities of Chavis Hall and Simpson House on Washington and Lee’s campus. The renaming decision has sparked a variety of reactions from students, alumni, faculty and outsiders when the decision garnered na...

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.

Romance languages department hosts annual poetry reading

Romance languages department hosts annual poetry reading

Grace Mamon

November 13, 2018


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High school and college students joined Washington and Lee faculty members in reciting their favorite poems.

‘Priscilla’ encapsulates Pride Week’s theme of love and inclusion

‘Priscilla’ encapsulates Pride Week’s theme of love and inclusion

Grace Mamon

November 6, 2018


Filed under Arts & Life, Showcase

Washington and Lee’s annual musical coincided with Pride Week, reinforcing and enhancing its ideas

Lee Chapel Museum serves as an educational resource during campus change

Lee Chapel Museum serves as an educational resource during campus change

Jack Eason

November 6, 2018


Filed under Arts & Life, Showcase

Museum examines George Washington, Robert E. Lee and institutional history. It aims to be visited more by the community

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

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