Washington and Lee seniors Alexandra Fernández and Ronald Magee will be recognized at Generals of the Month for November on Thursday, Nov. 15, at 12:30 p.m. in the Marketplace in Elrod Commons.
Washington and Lee University has selected 21 students to receive Johnson Opportunity Grants for 2012 summer research activities. This is in addition to the eight students announced earlier. The students will receive the grants for a wide variety of activities both in the United States and abroad. These include working with great white sharks in [...]
When Washington and Lee University announced that most of the $100 million gift it received in June 2007 would establish a new scholarship program, Bill Hartog, W&L's long-time dean of admissions and financial aid, knew things were going to change. He had no idea just how much. In September, W&L welcomed its fourth, and largest, [...]
It's been a memorable few months for Uri Whang, a Washington and Lee junior from Collierville, Tenn., near Memphis. First, she won a $10,000 grant from the Davis Projects for Peace 2001. With that grant, Uri established a program called Benefitting All Children in Korea, or BACK. Her goal is to help North Korean refugees [...]
Washington and Lee University has awarded the second group of Johnson Opportunity Grants for the upcoming spring and summer to 15 juniors and seniors.
Washington and Lee University has awarded the first group of Johnson Opportunity Grants for the upcoming spring and summer to six sophomores and juniors.
John Kirby, professor of classics at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, who will present his reflections on the intersection of history, folklore, high literary art and popular culture in a lecture titled "Why Vampires?" as the final lecture in this year's Johnson Lecture Series at Washington and Lee University at 7 p.m. on March 31.
The Johnson Lecture Series at Washington and Lee University will feature presentations by Steven Ealy, R.T. Smith, and Sarah Kennedy.
How do poets, novelists, film directors, writers of fantasy and horror shape political sensibilities and our opinions of leaders?
The second lecture of the Johnson Lecture Series at Washington and Lee University is on Thursday, Feb. 10, at 7 p.m. in the Hillel House. Inger Sigrun Brodey, associate professor of comparative literature and Asian studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will speak on "Cowboys, Samurai, and the Crisis of Leadership."