As the old proverb goes, "if Walmart doesn't have it, you don't need it." However, there are some key goods, services, and experiences that W&L students will willingly make a small pilgrimage for when the need arises. These may include: A cell phone store Whole Foods the cosmopolitan wonders of Waynesboro Chipotle Llamas A nonthreatening … Continue reading Thing W&L Students will Drive Hours for
We've all been there. You exit the party, thrilled you're leaving at just the right time. Not too early, not too late, right? You strut down to the Trav stop. And then, you see the winding line of students slowly pushing towards the orange cones. But! No need to panic. We've compiled a step-by-step guide … Continue reading How to Handle an Overcrowded Trav Line
For the third year in a row, the juniors have been given the green light to move into housing with not only running water, but electricity, microwaves, and ovens. The buildings come with childproof amenities such as outlets that only Einstein could figure out. Despite the child friendly design, the residents have still managed to slowly destroy their apartments. … Continue reading 20 Year Olds Allowed yet Again to Slowly Destroy Junior Village
New pledge classes the day after bid day Pre-med students Lax bros Kelsey Goodwin's work-study students Swim team The English Department Dean Futrell's office The EC Choir The Spectator D-Hall table Peer Counselors All three Africana Studies majors Phi Psi library table The last people to live in Gillam Res Life team People who run … Continue reading Cults at W&L
Hey, so good to see you! How've you been? How was your summer? Mine was so busy, but so good. It's nice to be away from school, but also I missed it, you know? Where were you again? Oh, that's so cool, how was it? There's this one restaurant there that I love, did you … Continue reading So, how was your summer?