Washington and Lee alumnus Kingswood Sprott '56, '58L, has published an e-book about his experiences as a hot air balloonist.
When Washington and Lee alumnus Billy Webster '79 runs in the Paris Marathon on Saturday (Apr. 7, 2013), it will mark his 100th marathon.
Washington and Lee alumnus Lacey Putney '50, 57L, Virginia's longest-serving legislator, will not seek reelection after 52 years.
Washington and Lee alumnus Michael Hanson is recognized as one of the world's top emerging photographers.
Even if you are not attending Alumni Weekend on May 2–4, you’ll want to see an exhibit by two members of the Class of 1973, both of whom live in Lexington and will be celebrating their 40th reunion. “Recent Work by Two Guys Who Came Back and Stayed” comprises paintings by Michael Kopald and photographs [...]
In a ceremony at the Newport News Shipyard last Saturday (March 16), the keel was laid on the USS John Warner (SSN 785), a Virginia-class fast attack submarine named for Washington and Lee alumnus John Warner '49.
A musical by creator/writer/lyricist Washington and Lee alumnus Richard Rosser '84, "Piggy Nation The Musical," opens at the Jerry Orbach Theater in New York this month.
Washington and Lee alumnus Ted Goebel '86 is exploring the first Americans.
Washington and Lee alumnus Neville Fogarty '10 finishes 69th in national crossword tournament — and would have finished higher had it not been for the Honor System.
Elizabeth R. Varon, the Langbourne M. Williams Professor of American History at the University of Virginia, will address the Phi Beta Kappa//Society of the Cincinnati Convocation at Washington and Lee on Thursday, March 14, at 11:45 a.m. in Lee Chapel.