Citing the current national conversation about whether or not college is worth it, Andrew Delbanco told a Washington and Lee University audience Friday that we should not lose sight of the mystery of higher education.
“The American President,” a compelling Associated Press photo exhibit portraying American presidents during memorable events in American history, currently on display in Washington and Lee University's Leyburn Library.
Errors in the initial reporting by two cable news networks aren't a new phenomenon, but the megaphone of social media amplified the mistakes.
Washington and Lee journalism student Michael McGuire's first assignment on his summer internship in Miami is one he won't soon forget.
Kate Shellnutt, a 2008 graduate of Washington and Lee University, has parlayed her majors in religion and print journalism into a post at the Houston Chronicle newspaper, where she produces the “Houston Belief” religion blog and reports on religion. Her work is the subject of a wide-ranging interview about newspapers, religion reporting and social media [...]