Washington and Lee students Jinae Kennedy and Ellyn Kirtley are honored by the Cabell Brand Center to Promote the Common Good.
The Society of Professional Journalists has named Washington and Lee's "Rockbridge Report" newscast the Best Independent Online Student Publication in the nation, and has recognized a W&L senior and three alumni for the best Online In-Depth Reporting in the country.
Washington and Lee's Teacher Education program is teaming up with Boxerwood Nature Center on a program to benefit local schools.
Got a hankering for the Atomic Chili Cheese Dog, a specialty of the Twirly Top, in Gardners, Pa.? Never fear, it will remain on the menu under the new owner—Sarah Keckler, a member of Washington and Lee's Class of 2010. Sarah, who grew up on a farm two miles away from her new business, had [...]
The Society of Professional Journalists/Sigma Delta Chi (SPJ) awarded Steve Matrazzo, a member of Washington and Lee's Class of 1984, its award for "General Column Writing" for newspapers with daily circulations of less than 100,000 and non-daily newspapers.
"My Bright Abyss: Meditation of a Modern Believer," the new book by Washington and Lee alumnus Christian Wiman, of the Class of 1988, was released earlier this month and has been garnering lots of attention in the press.
Rockbridge Report, the multimedia newscast of Washington and Lee's department of journalism and mass communications, swept the awards at the Society of Professional Journalists' annual Mark of Excellence Awards for the organization’s Region 2.
Plans are underway to produce a 30-minute documentary about Washington and Lee's Mock Convention, and alumni can help in the process.
Washington and Lee alumnus Hill Goodspeed '92 was featured in an interview on WALA-TV (FOX10TV) for Pensacola, Fla., and Mobile, Ala., earlier this month.
Six retiring staff members who had combined for 163 years of service to Washington and Lee were honored at the University's annual Recognition Banquet.