Robert Ballenger, a Washington and Lee professor of business administration who specializes in e-commerce, explores the Marketplace Fairness Act.
Washington and Lee journalism professor Claudette Artwick, who studies social media, sees upsides and downsides of social media during the Boston bombing coverage.
Washington and Lee neuroscientist Tyler Lorig has mixed views of the BRAIN Project announced by President Obama this month.
Elizabeth Varon, of the University of Virginia, told the annual Phi Beta Kappa/Society of the Cincinnati Convocation at Washington and Lee Thursday that historians must walk a fine line between detachment and engagement and need to be humble in their judgments.
Ray Suarez, the Washington-based senior correspondent for the “PBS NewsHour,” told a Washington and Lee University audience Monday that rather than talking about things that matter to the American people, too much of the national election was spent obsessing about "what Joe Biden might call 'malarkey.' "
Along with observers around the world, Tyler Dickovick, a Washington and Lee University politics professor, will be watching Kenya's election on Monday with a mixture of apprehension and hopefulness.
An op/ed at the Huffington Post by Washington and Lee School of Law Dean Nora Demleitner explores the prison population cap controversy in California and its effect on the mentally ill.
Washington and Lee history professor Molly Michelmore writes about the federal income tax in Monday's edition of the Washington Post.
Monday's announcement that Toyota has regained the No. 1 spot for global sales among automobile companies did not surprise Washington and Lee University economist Michael Smitka. But he is unconvinced that the unit sales number is the best metric on which to judge the comparative strength in the industry.
Terrence Roberts, one of the "Little Rock Nine," described his experiences as one of nine black teenagers who integrated Little Rock's Central High School in 1957 on Sunday, Jan. 20, in Lee Chapel during the keynote event in Washington and Lee University's observance of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday.