Linda Hooks, professor of economics, discusses the possible ramifications of a shutdown of the federal government.
Brian Richardson, the Redenbaugh Term Professor of Journalism and Mass Communications at Washington and Lee, presented the lecture marking his appointment to the professorship.
Mark Rush, Waxberg Professor of Politics and Law at Washington and Lee, examines the current state of affairs in light of Russia's proposal for international monitors to take over and destroy Syria’s arsenal of chemical weapons.
Washington and Lee Writer-in-Residence R.T. Smith remembers the late Irish poet.
Mark Drumbl, director of the Transnational Institute at Washington and Lee's School of Law, sees Iraq's shadow on decisions about action in Syria.
Ted DeLaney, professor of history at Washington and Lee, remembers tears of joy during historic march in 1963.
Environmental Studies Department head fears major impact on indigenous populations.
At Washington and Lee, the association between traditional studies in the liberal arts and sciences and pre-professional programs is long-standing and successful.
Pamela Luecke, head of the department of journalism and mass communications at Washington and Lee, is optimistic about the future of the Washington Post under its new owner.
After covering trials for 25 years, Washington and Lee's Toni Locy wrote the book on how to cover America's courts.