The Ring-tum Phi

An open letter to administrators: Students need more than just a pass/fail option to virtually succeed

Danika Brockman

March 30, 2020

I know the entire administration at Washington and Lee University is working very hard to ensure students are able to continue their education with as much accommodation as possible. For those efforts, I am truly thankful. I wanted to voice a concern you all have surely considered but I would like to ...

English department cancels annual retreat, lecture

English department cancels annual retreat, lecture

Grace Mamon

March 30, 2020

The Shannon-Clark lecture and retreat is one of many events canceled due to COVID-19

Counseling Center available to students online

Counseling Center available to students online

Grace Mamon

March 30, 2020

The Counseling Center is finding new ways to reach students without in-person services

The students who stayed: A day in the life of social distancing at Washington and Lee

The students who stayed: A day in the life of social distancing at Washington and Lee

Hannah Denham

March 30, 2020

The university approved 26 students to move into Woods Creek West after sending the rest of students home

Students in different time zones face added stress with online classes

Students in different time zones face added stress with online classes

Sydney Lee

March 30, 2020

Students who are back home in California, Morocco and Vietnam weigh in

Finding housing when I was told to leave

Finding housing when I was told to leave

Jin Ni

March 30, 2020

A Ring-tum Phi reporter shares her experience facing discrimination and difficulty finding a place to stay

University proposes adjustments to grading and registration for rest of academic year

University proposes adjustments to grading and registration for rest of academic year

Maya Lora

March 27, 2020

Washington and Lee University has announced several potential changes to registration and grading policies for the winter and spring semesters as students transition to online learning.  According to an email sent to the Ring-tum Phi by University Provost Marc Conner, faculty are currently voting on...

Lexington has its first coronavirus case

Lexington has its first coronavirus case

Hannah Denham

March 21, 2020

City Manager Jim Halasz said the first case in the Rockbridge area is a 60-year-old woman

University cancels all athletic events

University cancels all athletic events

Avalon Pernell

March 13, 2020

The women’s lacrosse team was one team whose season was cut short by the decision

Opinion: Washington and Lee must consider its most marginalized students in coronavirus response

Opinion: Washington and Lee must consider its most marginalized students in coronavirus response

Chase Isbell

March 13, 2020

Chase Isbell, '21, said he hopes the administration will take into account the needs of low-income and marginalized students

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