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.
More than 100 new members of Washington and Lee's fraternities and sororities participated in a day of service in the Lexington community.
Washington and Lee students continued their variety of community service activities by partnering with Habitat for Humanity and Fear 2 Freedom.
Washington and Lee University has been named once again to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction.
Washington and Lee University's Leyburn Library has created a new website that catalogues almost 60 percent of graves in the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery in Lexington, Va.
Twelve local Lexington restaurants will contribute soup for sampling in the first “Souper Bowl” to benefit the Weekend Backpack Program of the Campus Kitchen at Washington and Lee on Sunday, Jan. 27, at Evans Hall on the W&L Campus.
Rockbridge area K-12 teachers will be among those who benefit from a $20,000 grant to Washington and Lee University from the Verizon Foundation through a program of the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges (VFIC).
More than half of Washington and Lee's students engaged in some form of community service during a 12-month period, according to a new report from W&L’s Office of Institutional Effectiveness.
A group of Washington and Lee students has established a new program, College Access, to provide college counseling to Rockbridge County High School students.
Washington and Lee University’s Community Grants Committee has made 12 grants totaling $26,665 to non-profit organizations in Lexington and Rockbridge County.