William F. Connelly Jr., the John K. Boardman Professor of Politics at Washington and Lee, was quoted in the story, "Why Obama (And Any President) Fails To Meet Expectations," by Alan Greenblatt on the National Public Radio's "It's All Politics" blog on March 12, 2013.
When they chose to study abroad in Rome this semester, a half dozen Washington and Lee juniors would never have guessed what awaited them beyond their academic work.
On Friday, March 22, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit will hear oral arguments in three cases at Washington and Lee University School of Law.
A musical by creator/writer/lyricist Washington and Lee alumnus Richard Rosser '84, "Piggy Nation The Musical," opens at the Jerry Orbach Theater in New York this month.
Washington and Lee alumnus Ted Goebel '86 is exploring the first Americans.
Washington and Lee alumnus Neville Fogarty '10 finishes 69th in national crossword tournament — and would have finished higher had it not been for the Honor System.
Washington and Lee alumnus Nick Tartar has`taken the LEGO building bricks to new levels.
Washington and Lee law professor David Bruck comments extensively in an Associated Press story looking at Virginia's death row population.
Riley Hampsch, a junior at Washington and Lee, has been fighting cancer since she was three-years-old.
Washington and Lee alumna Hillary Strasser is the only American, and the second woman, to serve as a guide in Malawi. She's now training guides there.