In This Issue: Entrepreneurship Program Documentary Filmmaker Lorena Manriquez '88 Digging an Unexpected Bonanza General Stats Class of 1960 Professor of Ethics, Military Commissions, Coed Day of Service Speak Thoughts of a Non-Alum Classroom Technology Along the Colonnade The Class of 2013 Says Goodbye to W&L New Provost: Daniel Wubah Noteworthy Lucas Morel Named Class […]
by Charles C. Lewis '68, '71L My father, Charles Irving Lewis '30, '31 (M.A.), was a member of the Harry Lee crew that raced for many years against the Albert Sidney crew on the Maury River. He died in February of 1994, but I still have his 1931 Calyx that shows him standing defiantly on […]
In This Issue: Power Grab: W&L Saves Energy and Money; President John Delane Wilson: 1931-2013, By Jeff Hanna; 2011-2012 Financial Annual Report
by Christian Roden '11 Dusty and footsore, my 17-year-old brother, Nathan, and I trudged into Saint-Cirq-Lapopie, one of the most beautiful villages in France, one day this past June. I wondered why I had taken us on a two-day detour from the Camino de Santiago to see the summer home of artist Pierre Daura (1896-1976), […]
by Kenneth P. Ruscio '76 President, Washington and Lee University This is an unsettling period for higher education, but also for virtually every political, economic, religious and social institution. Words like volatility, anxiety, caution, risk and uncertainty dominate our conversation. When I was teaching at Washington and Lee, I saw my role as providing intellectual […]
For the Fall 2012 edition of W&L: The Alumni Magazine of Washington and Lee University, a panel of faculty discussed the issue of technology in the classroom.
In This Issue: From Blackboards to iPads: Technology in the Classroom
Brothers David ’00 and Michael ’03 tour the country and publish a book on urban farms.
Hollister Hovey ’00 and her younger sister, Porter, have transformed blogging into a business.
Washington and Lee President Kenneth P. Ruscio on protecting the University's timeless values.