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The Screaming Minks

The Screaming Minks

Kuangdi Zhao
October 30, 2014
Filed under Sports

Washington and Lee’s Screaming Minks Rugby Football Club,  commonly known as Minks, was founded in 1966. Today, with 28 members, it is one of the biggest sports clubs at W&L. Rugby football is a style of football, and it is the national sport in New Zealand, South Africa and Fiji. American...

Banks or Bust

Banks or Bust

Kieran McQuilkin
October 30, 2014
Filed under Opinion

When you enroll in Washington and Lee University, you know there exists a high probability that you will find a good, if not great, job once you graduate. The “work hard, play hard” atmosphere pervading campus prepares students not only to be smarter, but offers invaluable social experience for an...

Recruiting: A Different Story at a Division III School

Recruiting: A Different Story at a Division III School

Kinsey Grant
October 30, 2014
Filed under News

When Olivia Sisson, ‘17, was in high school, she knew she wanted to play lacrosse in college and that she was interested in Washington and Lee University. She started to get offers from colleges, but wouldn’t hear back from W&L until her junior year. She had to decide if she wanted to accept...

Bridging the gap between Lexington police and school administrators

Bridging the gap between Lexington police and school administrators

Caitlin Kaloostian
October 30, 2014
Filed under News

The Washington and Lee student relationship between the Lexington Police Department and Public Safety has greatly improved in the last few years, according to Lexington Police Chief Al Thomas. Thomas attributes this positive change to bridging the gap between the Lexington Police Department and the...

Kieran McQuilkin

Kieran McQuilkin

October 10, 2014
Filed under Uncategorized

Senior, Business Journalism major. I joined the Phi my sophomore year as part of the news section, before creating the newspaper's new website in 2014 and becoming the online editor. I get to read all the comments.

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