92 college and law students gathered in Lexington last weekend to prepare for unusual eight-week internships with agencies that work to benefit impoverished members of society, sponsored by the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty.
Toni Locy, the Reynolds Professor of Legal Reporting at Washington and Lee, appeared on NPR affiliate WMRA's "Virginia Insight" show on Monday, June 10, to discuss her new book, "Covering America's Courts: A Clash of Rights."
Performing aerial dance is challenging under any circumstances, but Washington and Lee's Repertory Dance Company confronted some special challenges when it performed at Washington, D.C.'s Corcoran Gallery of Art last month.
Wendy Price, assistant dean of the College at Washington and Lee, has been chosen by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) and the American Leadership Institute (AALI) to participate in a yearlong Senior Leadership Academy during 2013-14. The 26 individuals chosen for the academy are mid-level administrators in higher education who aspire to senior leadership […]
A group of faculty and staff at Washington and Lee is focused on promoting the digital humanities at the University.
Washington and Lee senior Jennifer Ritter, of Mariposa, Calif., has been awarded the "Student Literary Award" by Nu Delta Alpha, the national honor society in dance.
Washington and Lee anthropology professor Harvey Markowitz is co-editor of a new anthology, "Seeing Red — Hollywood's Pixeled Skins," that features 36 critical reviews of films that have portrayed American Indians.
Washington and Lee computer science professor Kenneth A. Lambert publishes computer science text as an e-book.
Research by a Washington and Lee University economist demonstrates that adult literacy programs have had the unintended success of decreasing child mortality.
The Russian language students of Washington and Lee University will perform Fyodor Dostoevsky’s “Crime and Punishment” on Tuesday, March 19, at 7:30 p.m. in the Johnson Theater at the Lenfest Cente