School Embraces Immigrant, Family-Owned Insurance Company

The Business Office announced that Washington and Lee has contracted with a local immigrant family's insurance firm to insure the school's property and serve as fire protection. The Russos are a proud Sicilian family who recently settled down in Lexington. According to the President, their family's elevator pitch rivaled that of our own C School … Continue reading School Embraces Immigrant, Family-Owned Insurance Company

IMPORTANT MESSAGE – Public Safety Notice

Public Safety <PublicSafety@wlu.edu> Mon 2/14/2022 11:32 AM From: PublicSafety@wlu.edu [Public Safety]Subject: IMPORTANT MESSAGE - Public Safety Notice** This message was distributed by the Broadcast Mailer at W&L ** PUBLIC SAFETY NOTICE Attention students of W&L! As a part of Washington and Lee’s newest sustainability effort, the department of public safety has decided to make some … Continue reading IMPORTANT MESSAGE – Public Safety Notice

Top 7 Places on Campus that Could Easily Feature in a Horror Movie

As one of America’s oldest universities, it is no surprise that the W&L campus is home to a plethora of superstitions, suspected hauntings, and secrets. From the many audacious, horny squirrels to the salad bar lady who acts like every bowl has personally wronged her to the large workload due every Friday, us students are … Continue reading Top 7 Places on Campus that Could Easily Feature in a Horror Movie

Boo! Facilities Blames Ghost Infestation for Recent Housing Failures

In a recent email to the student body, President Dudley, on behalf of the facilities team at W&L, announced the disturbing cause behind the recent collapse of the ceiling in Nuestro Hogar Latino and the known sinking of third year is not the result of poor planning or systemic neglect of students of color, but … Continue reading Boo! Facilities Blames Ghost Infestation for Recent Housing Failures

Student Desperate for Interaction Corners Girl at Her Work Study

As of this Friday, our Radish staff has been bombarded by letters begging for advice from what appears to be an exceptionally lonely and increasingly desperate freshman, who, after months of disappointment, is still on the lookout for his dream “spring fling.” Here is his plea for help: Hi Radish, Hope you can help me … Continue reading Student Desperate for Interaction Corners Girl at Her Work Study

A Lifetime of Activism: Interview with a Townie

This is the first installment of what will become a monthly segment at the Radish where one of our field interviewers will speak with a Lexington native about culture, politics, and enhancing the community’s relationship with the university. We recently had the pleasure to sit down with inspiring local activist Elmer Hudgins to get his … Continue reading A Lifetime of Activism: Interview with a Townie

Matthew McConaughey Wrote a Book and Now I Need to Learn to Read

Slaughterhouse Five? For Whom the Bell Tolls? Hard Pass. Nobody needs to read these works of fiction. Everyone needs to read the true story of the life and exploits of an American treasure… Matthew McConaughey. Finally, a book that I won’t be assigned, buy at the bookstore, and then never open. This is a book … Continue reading Matthew McConaughey Wrote a Book and Now I Need to Learn to Read