In This Issue: Entrepreneurship Program Documentary Filmmaker Lorena Manriquez '88 Digging an Unexpected Bonanza General Stats Class of 1960 Professor of Ethics, Military Commissions, Coed Day of Service Speak Thoughts of a Non-Alum Classroom Technology Along the Colonnade The Class of 2013 Says Goodbye to W&L New Provost: Daniel Wubah Noteworthy Lucas Morel Named Class […]
by Charles C. Lewis '68, '71L My father, Charles Irving Lewis '30, '31 (M.A.), was a member of the Harry Lee crew that raced for many years against the Albert Sidney crew on the Maury River. He died in February of 1994, but I still have his 1931 Calyx that shows him standing defiantly on […]
Happy anniversary to Agnes Gilmore, who started work at W&L 50 years ago today— Aug. 6, 1963.
Melissa Pignatelli-O'Brien '99L uses her own experience as springboard to advocate for others.
Washington and Lee alumnus Rob Ashford directs Kenneth Branagh in MacBeth.
Washington and Lee English professor Lesley Wheeler's recent book has been nominated for the Elgin Award.
Washington and Lee alumnus Tom Wolfe talks of baseball, newspapering and speaking Spanish.
Lucas Morel, a politics professor and a preeminent Abraham Lincoln scholar, has been named the first Class of 1960 Professor of Ethics at Washington and Lee University.
Shannon Elizabeth Bell, an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Kentucky, recently won the 2013 Robert Boguslaw Award for Technology and Humanism from the Environment and Technology Section of the American Sociological Association.
Chris Brady, a 2008 graduate of Washington and Lee's School of Law, was honored, along with a colleague at the Denver firm Husch Blackwell L.L.P., with a Distinguished Legal Writing Award from the 2013 Burton Awards for Legal Achievements.