Category Archives: Student Affairs

Volunteer with the W&L Campus Garden

The W&L Campus Garden has grown throughout the years because of our dedicated student, employee and community volunteers. Now that the weather is getting warmer, we are looking for volunteers to help start another great spring in the garden.
If you are a W&L employee, you can receive up to 20 [...]

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New Emergency Management Plan

On behalf of Washington and Lee’s Emergency Management Executive Team, I want to make you aware of our revised and updated Emergency Management Plan, which has been approved by President Ruscio and is in effect as of today, April 1, 2015.

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Trivia Night at Macado’s on March 11, 2015

Trivia Night at Macado’s for the Class of 2016 is on Wednesday, March 11, at 8:00 p.m.  This event will be held upstairs at Macado’s.  The winning team will receive a prize.  Appetizers, such as wings and nachos, will be provided.  You might even see a favorite professor!
Come out this [...]

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Networking 2 Careers

To register for this event please click on the schedule below.

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LSAT Prep Courses

Kaplan Test Prep is offering an LSAT preparation course on W&L’s campus. They are offering W&L students a 15% discount (discount price is $1,189). The course includes ten four-hour classes which will take place Sunday afternoons starting March 1. Kaplan’s program includes additional online resources and recorded class presentations in [...]

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Weather Preparedness

You may face some significant travel challenges from the weather in the next couple of days. Please be careful and don’t attempt to travel in unsafe conditions.

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RESUMANIA IS HERE!

This program will be an NCAA March Madness themed competition for the best resume. The competition is open to all students, with one bracket for first years and another for upperclassmen. Resumes will be judged based on format/organization, use of language, presentation, and content. Submit by 11:59 on March 1st [...]

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Drop In Hours for Winter Term

Need a quick resume review? Help with your cover letter? Questions about LexLink? Stop by and see a Career Educator during the times listed below – no appointment necessary!
In Career Development, Commons 301
Tuesdays
8:30am-10:30am
2:30-5:00pm
Thursdays
2:30-5:00pm
Fridays
12:30pm-4:30pm

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Juniors: Apply now for the Barber Scholarship Award (deadline February 20, 2015)

The G. Holbrook Barber Scholarship Award will honor a rising senior (Class of 2016) who manifests superior qualities of helpfulness and friendliness to fellow students, public spirit, scholarship, and personal character. The fund was established in 1977 by Mrs. Elizabeth Cross Barber and her son, G. Holbrook Barber Jr., in [...]

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Student Summer Independent Research Grant: Deadline February 27, 2015

Calling all of Class of 2016!  Apply NOW for a Student Summer Independent Research (SSIR) grant for the Summer of 2015.  The SSIR grant will support the research of a rising senior for up to 10 weeks of off-campus mentored work with a faculty member. No credit will be provided [...]

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