Two Washington and Lee journalism alums, both of whom work for Bloomberg News, are finalists in the prestigious Gerald A. Loeb Awards for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism.
Kerry Wilson, a 1981 graduate of the Washington and Lee School of Law, is the subject of this week's Monday Profile in The Ledger of Winter Haven, Fla.
James M. Rallo, a member of Washington and Lee's Class of 1988, was honored last week when the Tech Council of Maryland named him its CFO of the Year during TCM's 25th Annual Tech Awards Celebration.
Virginia Military Institute is hosting a lecture this Sunday, May 19, at 3:15 p.m, in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the death of Stonewall Jackson. The keynote speaker, though, is a graduate of Washington and Lee: Frank O'Reilly, a National Park Service historian.
Two alumni, Rick Dunlap and Andrew Asimos, became acquainted while they worked out at the Harris YMCA, in Charlotte, N.C. Last December, they met up under more dramatic circumstances—at the Emergency Stroke Care Center at the Carolinas Medical Center.
Closing in on their May 23 graduation from Washington and Lee University, every senior has a portfolio of accomplishments they'll take along when they leave Lexington. Joe Sussingham, of Lakeland, Fla., may be the only one, however, with a new, four-song EP that's the subject of a Huffington Post item. Joe and his duo partner, [...]
Two members of Washington and Lee's Class of 2000, Stephanie Leffler and Ryan Noble, are Central Midwest finalists in Ernst & Young's 2013 Entrepreneur of the Year awards, which are billed as the most prestigious business award for entrepreneurs.
Recent headlines out of Texas tell the sorry tale of a former county district attorney under arrest for allegedly hiding evidence, thus convicting an innocent man of murder. Now free after nearly 25 years in prison, that man is the subject of a new documentary, "An Unreal Dream: The Michael Morton Story," co-written and produced by John Dean '76.
The results are in and, as Bob Mankoff, cartoon editor of the New Yorker, made clear, the results are final. Marthe Honts '97 won the special New Yorker/W&L cartoon caption contest.
A new composition by Washington and Lee music professor Terry Vosbein will have its premiere later this month at Carnegie Hall. "Charleston Episodes," a new work for flute, bassoon and string trio, was commissioned by Chamber Music Charleston for the group's Carnegie Hall debut. The group will perform it in the Weill Recital Hall of [...]