Member of golf team bemoans lack of leisure time

LEXINGTON - Concluding the day’s workout with a final set of stress ball squeezes, W&L golf star Jared Limmon wiped the perspiration from his brow, threw a damp towel over his neck, and gave his burning forearms a well-deserved rest. No one said that playing a Division III varsity sport was going to be easy. … Continue reading Member of golf team bemoans lack of leisure time

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Boy heads off on journey of self-discovery, only travels to Paris and London

To the delight of the family bank account, Richie decided he would head to Europe a few weeks before the official start of his Rome-based study abroad program in order to “find himself.” Resolving to really push his comfort zone, step out of the box, and learn more about other cultures, Richie, a native of … Continue reading Boy heads off on journey of self-discovery, only travels to Paris and London

Fake news comes to W&L: an investigation into a parody news site

This week, a watchdog organization has begun an investigation into an online student journalistic sensation known as the Radish, calling into question the site's accuracy and dependence (despite our cherished tradition of excellence in news reporting). The coalition, known as the General Repertoire Against Bogus Electronic Media (GRAB 'EM), has taken a stand in solidarity … Continue reading Fake news comes to W&L: an investigation into a parody news site

“Eye-opening,” Poverty Studies minor says of recent four-day mission trip

Updating his profile picture to reflect the unnamed foreign baby he held on Tuesday, Peter Jesel, 21, glowed at the improvement he had just made to the world. “It may not be much in the grand scheme of things,” he said, humbly, “but to the children who now have an Artesian well, some SillyBands, and … Continue reading “Eye-opening,” Poverty Studies minor says of recent four-day mission trip