The Ring-tum Phi, citing a tough semester, to study abroad Winter Term

MADRID, SPAIN — Having been beaten to the story, once again, by the University calendar, W&L’s favorite monthly newsletter finally decided to get out of the “rat-race” of Lexington for a bit to instead experience a different culture. A journalism major with a minor in English, the Phi, although visibly low on cash, was kind … Continue reading The Ring-tum Phi, citing a tough semester, to study abroad Winter Term

New study reveals 91% of Outing Club hike spent soaking in, photographing hilltop view

TINKER CANYON ROCK HOUSE HILL MOUNTAIN SOUTH (THE HARDEST APP ADVENTURE HIKE OFFERED, OF COURSE) —  Taking a well-deserved sip of his Nalgene at the cliff’s edge, Tim Maynard, ’20, again thanked God that his Outing Club application, against all odds in a pool of hundreds, had been accepted. Having left Lexington at 3:30 a.m. … Continue reading New study reveals 91% of Outing Club hike spent soaking in, photographing hilltop view

Grilled cheese car wash decathlon dance for the cure of illiterate cancer patients marks a critical low in sorority’s philanthropy effort

Eschewing past partnerships with renowned non-profits like The Derek Zoolander Center for Kids Who Can’t Read Good™ and the Meredith Palmer Memorial Celebrity Rabies Awareness Pro-Am Fun Run Race for The Cure™, Washington and Lee’s very own chapter of Alpha Beta Gamma Alpha Alpha (ABGAA) has decided to start their own non-profit. According to ABGAA … Continue reading Grilled cheese car wash decathlon dance for the cure of illiterate cancer patients marks a critical low in sorority’s philanthropy effort