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Fancy Dress to “pop” up in new location

Fancy Dress to “pop” up in new location

Liza Moore

March 18, 2019

With the reconstruction of the gymnasium, Fancy Dress has been relocated to the pavilion on the university’s back campus, which has caused obstacles in planning this year’s 112th annual ball. Fancy Dress has been one of Washington and Lee’s oldest and most admired traditions on campus since...

GAB Instagram post sparks frustration

GAB Instagram post sparks frustration

Gus Cross

March 18, 2019

On March 6, the General Activities Board announced the musician for their winter term show, who will perform the Thursday before Fancy Dress. The announcement came in the form of an Instagram post that was taken down in about five minutes, according to GAB co-chair Alec Gustafson, ‘19. Th...

D-Hall to close for half of spring term

D-Hall to close for half of spring term

Elizabeth Bell

March 18, 2019

Breakfast on Friday, May 3 will be the final chance for students to enjoy all-you-can-eat meals at the Marketplace this academic year. The dining hall will close for about a month in order to accomodate for renovations. “Those are our slowest two weeks by far,” Andrew Watling, an assistant di...

Dining Services regulates number of meals served on Sorority Row

Dining Services regulates number of meals served on Sorority Row

Liza Moore

March 4, 2019

Sororities have been swiping (or not swiping) for almost a year. Who does that affect?

Author Rebecca Traister delivers speech on anger as a communicative tool for those who are marginalized

Author Rebecca Traister delivers speech on anger as a communicative tool for those who are marginalized

Donald LeCompte

March 4, 2019

Traister spoke openly about her experience as an openly feminist journalist throughout her career and in the Trump era.

fLEX Fitness celebrates six months on the Lexington exercise scene

fLEX Fitness celebrates six months on the Lexington exercise scene

Lily Horsley

March 4, 2019

The fitness center wants to reach a clientele beyond Washington and Lee students and Lexington residents.

Conservative star Charlie Kirk comes to campus, speaks in Lee Chapel

Conservative star Charlie Kirk comes to campus, speaks in Lee Chapel

Kathryn Young

March 4, 2019

Kirk stirred pushback in the audience with some provocative claims, including that minorities “seek out victimhood."

Recognize, combat Seasonal Affective Disorder

Recognize, combat Seasonal Affective Disorder

Isabel Chiodo

March 4, 2019

Washington and Lee health experts say exposure to light is the number one treatment for SAD.

Asian students question authenticity and purpose of Foodside’s former menu

Asian students question authenticity and purpose of Foodside’s former menu

Ben Soullier

March 4, 2019

Director of Dining Services said Ginger and Garlic’s menu was designed with “cross-section of flavors and ingredients” in mind.

Fancy Dress reveals “Pop-Art” Theme

Coleman Martinson

March 4, 2019

The annual gala found a one-year home in the Student Activities Pavilion.

Washington and Lee yearbooks depicted blackface too

Washington and Lee yearbooks depicted blackface too

Hannah Denham

February 27, 2019

A review of old Calyx yearbooks archived in Special Collections showed racist photos, jokes and drawings, as well as references to sexual assault.

Souper Bowl raises $10,000 to feed Rockbridge children

Marilyn Sample

February 4, 2019

Sixteen restaurants. Twenty-five soups. More than 600 tasters. That’s what it took for the seventh annual Souper Bowl to raise $10,000 this year on Sunday, Jan. 27. It’s the only fundraiser for Campus Kitchen at Washington and Lee, a chapter of the national organization that seeks to combat hu...

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