Celebrating Trustee Ben Grigsby '72's gift of Jared Sparks' "Life of George Washington" to Leyburn Library’s Special Collections are, l. to r.: Hardin Marion '55, ’58L, president of the Friends of the Library; Tom Camden '76, the new head of Special Collections and Archives; Vaughan Stanley, who recently retired from that post; Grigsby; Terry Metz, University librarian; and Peter Grover ’73, director of University Collections.
Virginia Lloyd-Davies demonstrates Chinese brush painting at the Lunar New Year celebration in Elrod Commons.
Performing at the Lunar New Year celebration in Elrod Commons, l. to r.: Nathaniel Breitenfeldt '16, Austin Pierce '15, Jack McIntyre '15, Oyumaa Daichinkhuu '16 and Olivia Dickey '15.
East Asian language students perform at the Lunar New Year celebration.
Interim Provost Bob Strong (center) guests on "Equal Time," the WLUR radio show hosted by Brian Murchison (left), the Charles S. Rowe Professor of Law.
Rowan Taylor ’89 (right) takes the oath as a new member of the Board of Trustees. Rector Don Childress ’70 does the honors.
Law Dean Nora Demleitner (center left) speaking to the Board of Trustees, at Lewis Hall.
Trustees and 1979 classmates Billy Webster and Warren Stephens confer during a break in the Board of Trustees meeting.
Demolition of the Route 60 viaduct on Nelson Street (Sigma Chi house at upper left). The city will build a new bridge there.
Will Crockett ’13 in a master class with violinist Hye-Jin Kim, of the Marinus Ensemble.
Victoria Blackstone '15 and Austin Pierce '15 in the Elrod Commons living room.
Greer Theus ’14 in a master class with pianist Amy Yang, of the Marinus Ensemble.
MaryAnne Vardaman ’13 in a master class with Marinus Ensemble cellist Joseph Kuipers.
President Ken Ruscio ’76 delivers remarks at the dedication of the re-created Honored Benefactors’ Wall, in Washington Hall.
A fete for retiring Trustee Harry Phillips ’72 at Lee House, l. to r.: President Ken Ruscio ’76; Phillips' daughter, Laurence Phillips Bragg '98; the honoree; Phillips' wife, Kathy; and Rector Don Childress ’70.
Taylor Rowe '15 in W&L's 12-0 season-opening win over Rochester.
Ian Shaw '13 in W&L's 12-0 season-opening win over Rochester.
Alex Mait '13 in W&L's 12-0 season-opening win over Rochester.
Katy Wilson '13 in W&L's loss to Hollins.
Annie Gauf '15 in W&L's loss to Hollins.
Rachel Warrick '13 in W&L's loss to Hollins.
Rachel Yoder '16, Christina Cheadle '16 and Amanda Garcia '16 at the women's basketball game.
Helen I'Anson (center), professor of biology, works with students in the University's new Versatile Learning Classroom.
Lauren Howry '14, Jay Stephens '13 and Sara Hardman '13 star in "Arsenic and Old Lace," directed by Mary Rodriguez '13.
Jay Stephens '13, Lauren Howry '14, Sara Hardman '13 and Levi Throckmorton star in "Arsenic and Old Lace," directed by Mary Rodriguez '13.
Raya Taylor '14, Jay Stephens '13, Connor Perkins '15 and Nick Lehotsky '15 star in "Arsenic and Old Lace," directed by Mary Rodriguez '13.
Billy Bryant, associate director of Facilities Management, celebrated his graduation from the Association of Physical Plant Administrators leadership training, with his team. L. to r.: Ken Mohler, plumbing supervisor; Bryant; Andy Hamilton, systems control specialist; and Ricky Clifton, power plant supervisor.
Defender and co-captain Joe LaSala '13 moving a ground ball during the season-opening 23-4 victory over Ferrum.
A panel discussion sponsored by the Public Interest Law Student Association featured, l. to r.: Johanna Bond, professor and associate dean of law; Dr. Dave Cotting; Erik Luna, Lewis Professor of Law; Dr. Stephen Xenakis; and Kristine Huskey.
Celebrating Carnaval at the Global Service House (formerly called the International House).
Aneesh Chopra, a candidate for lieutenant governor of Virginia, gives a talk in the Millhiser Moot Court Room of the Law School.
President Ken Ruscio ’76 with Val Cushman, one of his senior assistants, at a farewell reception in her honor.
Morning light on the main level of Leyburn Library.
Happy Valentines Day Lisa and Jason Rodocker.
Criminal defense lawyer Nancy Hollander delivering the keynote at the law symposium “Discrimination Against Muslims in a Post-9/11 World.”
Panelist Hamid M. Khan, Senior Program Officer of the US Institute for Peace, speaking to the law symposium “Discrimination Against Muslims in a Post-9/11 World.”
Senior Alex Mait in W&L's, 5-4 win over New Jersey City University.
Sophomore Taylor Rowe in W&L's, 5-4 win over New Jersey City University.
Senior Joe Scalzo in W&L's, 5-4 win over New Jersey City University.
Sophomore Javon McDonald in W&L's last second, 61-60 win over Shenandoah University.
Senior JD Ey in W&L's last second, 61-60 win over Shenandoah University.
Senior Jack Switala in W&L’s 12-9 defeat of Christopher Newport University
Sophomore Cameron Dabir in W&L’s 12-9 defeat of Christopher Newport University
Sophomore Garrett Paglia in W&L’s 12-9 defeat of Christopher Newport University
Senior attackman Mac Means moving on the goal in W&L’s 12-9 defeat of Christopher Newport University; Means scored two goals and also had an assist.
Visitors Linda Cleveland and Judi McParland, with Lee Chapel Museum Shop Lead Margaret Samdahl, placing flowers at the Lee family crypt in observance of the centenary of President Custis Lee’s death.