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President Dudley hosts student game night

President Dudley hosts student game night

Hannah Denham

January 27, 2019

About 70 students attended The Hub's weekly game night at President Will Dudley's home on Saturday night.

University, Lexington community march together on MLK Day

University, Lexington community march together on MLK Day

Judy Park

January 26, 2019

More than 750 people participated in CARE’s third annual parade on Monday, Jan. 21.

Students discuss campus activism through King’s vision

Students discuss campus activism through King’s vision

Grace Mamon

January 24, 2019

James Ricks, '21, encouraged students in attendance to take what they talked about to the rest of campus: “This conversation cannot stay in this room."

Students celebrate MLK with creative showcase

Students celebrate MLK with creative showcase

MacKenzie Van Meter

January 24, 2019

The event kicked off the Office of Inclusion and Engagement’s programming to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Women’s basketball prepares for the ODAC tournament one game, one day at a time

Sydney Lee

January 21, 2019

Seeding for the ODAC women’s basketball tournament is up in the air at this point in the season. The Generals plan to tackle the rest of their schedule with the same mentality they have had all year.

Construction update on new athletic and recreation facility

Elly Cosgrove

January 21, 2019

Construction on the new Richard L. Duchossois Athletic and Recreation Center has only had a few minor bumps and changes. Otherwise, the project is on schedule.

An independent in a sea of Greek

Chase Isbell

January 21, 2019

There’s no escaping it. The Greek system has again taken its place as the most culturally salient social structure on campus, seeping into nearly every institution, interaction and icon Washington and Lee has to offer. Independent students watch helplessly as their peers become consumed with the grandiosity...

North Mountain: A Review

Coleman Martinson

January 21, 2019

Want to seem athletic but don’t want to actually exercise? Want to stay relevant in conversations with your friends? If you answered yes to either (or both) of these questions, then the North Mountain hiking trail is exactly what you need in your life. The trail provides a beautiful and scenic view...

The reality of Seasonal Affective Disorder

Olivia Luzzio

January 21, 2019

It happens every year. The pumpkins, hot apple cider and holiday decorations disappear, and we find ourselves once again at the starting line of a semester that promises late nights in the library and frigid walks to class. Some students handle the stress of the long, dark months of January, February...

“Swiper, no swiping”: A closer look at a financial tradition at Washington and Lee

Elizabeth Mugo

January 21, 2019

Many students are familiar with the phrase, "swipe it home." But what does it actually mean?

Panhellenic Council reflects on this year’s rush

Panhellenic Council reflects on this year’s rush

Hannah Denham

January 21, 2019

Sixty-six percent of female, first-year students joined sororities, a smaller percentage than last year.

Students, including new editor, left out of 2017-18 yearbook

Marilyn Sample

January 21, 2019

Affected students will be refunded the automatic $80 fee.

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