With hunting season upon us, I’m writing with a reminder of the university’s weapons policy.
Washington and Lee University is committed to providing a safe and secure learning and working environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors on all campus properties. The use, possession and storage of all firearms, dangerous weapons, explosives [...]
If you are an Anthem health insurance participants, the following pharmacies participate in Anthem’s Pharmacy Immunization Program and provide flu, pneumonia and shingles vaccines. These are preventive which means no copay for covered participants. You don’t need a prescription or an appointment. Refer to the email I sent to you on October 8 for [...]
In September, I shared information about Anthem’s new LiveHealth Online service providing you with access to a doctor within minutes any time of day or night, seven days a week. LiveHealth Online is faster than a visit to an urgent care center and allows you to interact with doctors through your [...]
Care.com Care Advisor, Jill Martinelli, will be on campus on November 11th, from 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM in Hillel Multipurpose Room, for a session on Alzheimer’s disease and Dementia. This session will address the following:
• Understand the effect Alzheimer’s and dementia have on the brain.
• Consider care options
• How [...]
Michelle Balisteri joined Washington and Lee Dining Services in 2009 and has progressively become a more and more integral member of the e Café team. On October 4th she was promoted from General Services Lead to E Café Supervisor. She will now play an even larger role in the management [...]
After 21 years with University Development, Judy Mohler was promoted on October 4th from Administrative Assistant II to Office Manager. Judy will expand on her role to lead the Annual Giving team in the coordination of all Class Agent mailings and other annual solicitation and stewardship efforts. She remains the [...]
Get active this fall and winter! Exercise helps boost endorphins, which interact with the receptors in your brain that reduce your perception of pain. So, if you are a person who experiences the winter blues, exercise is key to help encourage positive feelings and combat stress, anxiety and feelings of depression.
The Fall Harvest challenge has ended, but there are plenty of ways to receive wellness points coming up including the Season’s Eatings challenge starting October 20th, health coaching, Live Well sessions being offered on campus and personal fitness and nutritional goals worth 2 points for each week you reach your [...]