Category Archives: Student Affairs

Student Health 101 March issue is now available

Check out the interesting and timely articles in the March edition of W&L’s e-health magazine Student Health 101  at
http://readsh101.com/wlu.html
There are some great articles in Student Health 101:

The 10-Dollar Challenge: How to eat healthfully on a budget
Stand Out From The Crowd: 5 questions to answer in your cover letter
Tone Up [...]

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March Student Health 101 and Parent Perspectives is now available!

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Student Health 101 is a monthly health and wellness
magazine just for W&L students and their families. Each issue contains valuable information that will help your student make better decisions and can help you gain a better understanding of the health and wellness challenges that face today’s students.
There is a special [...]

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Student Health 101 e-health magazine – win $2,500 in March!

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In addition to the great articles, the March W&L Student Health 101 – drawing is for $2,500: http://readsh101.com/wlu.html
Lots of great articles in the March issue:

The 10-Dollar Challenge: How to eat healthfully on a budget
Stand Out From The Crowd: 5 questions to answer in your cover letter
Tone Up With Tech: Innovative [...]

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Marketplace is Open

The Marketplace will be open to students, faculty and staff on campus today, March 3. Lunch for faculty and staff on campus is $5.

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Café 77 and Brief Stop Closed Today

Dining Services for Feb. 14: Café 77 and the Brief Stop are closed today. Marketplace service will be a la carte.

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February’s Student Health 101 e-health magazine is now available!

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Student Health 101 is a monthly health and wellness magazine just for W&L students and their families. Each issue contains valuable information that will help your student make better decisions and can help you gain a better understanding of the health and wellness challenges that face today’s students.
There is a [...]

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February’s Student Health 101 e-health magazine is now available!

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Check out the interesting and timely articles in the February edition of W&L’s e-health magazine Student Health 101  at
http://readsh101.com/wlu.html
First, you can enter the February drawing for $1,000 for checking out the February issue.
 Second, there are some great articles in Student Health 101:

Stop Hitting Snooze: How to make the most [...]

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February’s Student Health 101 e-health magazine is now available!

SH101-tn

Check out the interesting and timely articles in the February edition of W&L’s e-health magazine Student Health 101  at
http://readsh101.com/wlu.html
First, you can enter the February drawing for $1,000 for checking out the February issue.
 Second, there are some great articles in Student Health 101:

Stop Hitting Snooze: How to make the most [...]

Posted in Student Health and Counseling
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon Suspends W&L Chapter for Three Years

The national office of Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) fraternity notified Washington and Lee on Jan. 22 that it has suspended the Virginia Sigma Chapter’s charter, effective immediately.

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Graham-Lees Residence Hall Issue on Thursday, Jan. 9

Water from the sprinkler system in Graham-Lees has leaked into rooms in one section of Graham-Lees Residence Hall tonight.
Both Facilities Management and Campus Safety have responded along with Student Affairs staff members.
After initially evacuating students from their rooms while assessing the situation, Facilities Management determined that they could return to [...]

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