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When student athletes walk away from the field

When student athletes walk away from the field

Riley Parker

November 18, 2019

Several former student athletes share their experiences

Counseling Corner: How to manage stress

Mary Alice Russell

November 18, 2019

Peer Counselors respond to questions, give advice

Mary Cain’s story isn’t just about Nike

Brianna Hatch

November 18, 2019

The pressure to conform to a specific body type is felt at the high school, collegiate and professional levels, if not earlier in life.

Washington and Lee has a stagnant political climate

Judy Park

November 18, 2019

We lack the social activism, passion in politics and effective political discourse needed to propel our school forward.

Extend the Fitness Center’s hours

Franklin Rinko

November 18, 2019

To determine whether students would take advantage of these extended hours, the university could have a trial period.

Here’s why we need Sex Week every year

Zach Christian

November 18, 2019

Issues like the general lack of sex education stem from the fact that sex is a taboo subject.

The importance of DC’s “Joker” in an era of Marvel Cinematic dominance

Tyler Palicia

November 18, 2019

I understand how Marvel’s gimmick works: why should a studio invest in new ideas?

Seasonal depression? You’re not alone.

Diana Sturdy

November 18, 2019

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is the technical term for depression caused by the change in seasons.

Campus reacts to Nationals win for World Series

Campus reacts to Nationals win for World Series

James Laverty

November 6, 2019

Houston and D.C. natives spoke on watching the baseball championship

What’s Gennies Win Day without the fans?

What’s Gennies Win Day without the fans?

Riley Parker

November 6, 2019

Student athletes are often the ones to show up for other student athletes at their games

Satire: Pool tables need replacing

Tyler Palicia

November 4, 2019

Tyler Palicia tackles the campus pool table conditions in his latest satire column

The arc of Kanye West’s failed redemption

Zach Christian

November 4, 2019

Music critic Zach Christian, '20, tackles Kanye West's newest album, "Jesus is King"

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