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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

Staniar Gallery exhibits storytelling photography

Staniar Gallery exhibits storytelling photography

Mary Alice Russell

October 1, 2019

Xavier Tavera says his life is impacted by the people he photographs

Hiking and biking: Q&A with students who spent the summer outdoors

Hiking and biking: Q&A with students who spent the summer outdoors

Laura Calhoun and Grace Mamon

October 1, 2019

McKenzie Napier, '22, hiked the Camino in Spain this summer

Campus intramurals makes a comeback

Campus intramurals makes a comeback

Riley Parker

October 1, 2019

Margaret McClintock, ‘15, is the program’s new director.

Reynolds program brings groundbreaking New York Times investigative reporters

Reynolds program brings groundbreaking New York Times investigative reporters

Grace Mamon

October 1, 2019

The Times journalists detailed their work exploring the underbelly of immense power

Women’s cross-country team off to a running start

Women’s cross-country team off to a running start

Sydney Lee

September 27, 2019

Here's a look at the team's first four meets of the season

New database to aid students in volunteering process

New database to aid students in volunteering process

Coleman Martinson

May 7, 2019

A simplfied process for students wanting to volunteer in the community will roll out this fall thanks to a new database created by the Office of Community-Based Learning at Washington and Lee University. Engage W&L will launch in the fall of 2019 and will simplify volunteering in the Rockbridge communit...

Bringing the classroom outdoors

Bringing the classroom outdoors

Irina Koleva

May 7, 2019

Next fall, Washington and Lee faculty will be able to teach classes outdoors, allowing them to conduct classes while enjoying the campus’s bountiful greenery and nature. The dell below Leyburn Library will be turned into an outdoor classroom that will incorporate wireless technology, writi...

English professor receives national poetry award

English professor receives national poetry award

MacKenzie Van Meter

April 22, 2019

English professor Leah Green received the Walt Whitman Award for her first poetry collection, “More Extravagant Feast.” Li-Young Lee, a renowned poet and recipient of a fellowship from the Academy of American Poets, selected Green for this award. “These poems remind us that when language ...

Professor Ted DeLaney’s swan song

Professor Ted DeLaney’s swan song

Hannah Denham

April 1, 2019

Ted DeLaney is known for his bow ties, for chasing students down until they say hello, for the number of books on the shelves of his office and for the story of his trajectory at Washington and Lee.  The history professor is retiring this year, but students and faculty say his legacy isn’t going a...

Senior art theses now on display in Staniar Gallery

Senior art theses now on display in Staniar Gallery

Maggie Barker

April 1, 2019

Six seniors publically debuted their artwork for the annual senior theses exhibition at a reception in the Staniar Art Gallery on Thursday, March 28. The reception celebrated the work of the graduating studio art majors. The exhibit opened on Monday, March 25 in the gallery and will be on display...

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