Washington and Lee alumnus John Zamoiski, of the Class of 1974, was honored last weekend at the 47th annual Cable TV Pioneer banquet, in Washington, D.C.
Summer's here, and you may be looking for a way to take off a few pounds —and keep them off. A new book by Lindsay Harris Hill, a 1997 graduate of Washington and Lee, could help.
A number of Washington and Lee Law students have received external awards aimed at helping support students working at law-related public service jobs during the summer.
Remembering some of Washington and Lee's fallen heroes on this Memorial Day. (Click each image to enlarge).
The Tax Clinic at the Washington and Lee University School of Law has been awarded a multi-year matching grant from the Internal Revenue Service's Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic program (LITC).
The Washington and Lee University School of Law celebrated its 158th commencement on Saturday, May 11, awarding 141 juris doctor degrees.
Sara Sprenkle, assistant professor of computer science at Washington and Lee, was recently named W&L's inaugural "Digital Humanities Scholar of the Month."
Washington and Lee third-year law student Ernest Hammond helped a group of Burmese and Bhutanese refugees set up a corporation for their business selling traditional arts and crafts.
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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.