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Spring term classes allow students to explore, immerse

Elyse Ferris

Washington and Lee’s spring term is a unique four-week period that encourages students to explore specialized topics. Spring term courses often focus on a specific material that may not be able to be taught in the fal...

April 3, 2017No Comments

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University Orchestra, three choral groups perform joint concert

University Orchestra, three choral groups perform joint concert

Xiaoxia Yin

Washington and Lee’s choral program, University Orchestra and a student pianist performed an Oratorio and Concerto Concert featuring Mozart’s Requiem on Tuesday in Wilson Concert Hall. Requiem is one of Mo...

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The DEA should reconsider marijuana laws

Josette Corazza

Ever since the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, marijuana has been classified as a Schedule I drug. Schedule I substances are defined by the DEA as drugs with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse. Th...

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General of the Week: Will Bannister, ‘17

General of the Week: Will Bannister, ‘17

Tanner Smith

Ring-tum Phi: With your hometown being Bath, England, why did you come to the states for college, and why specifically W&L? Will Bannister: In England when you apply to u...

April 3, 2017No Comments

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