Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani speaks in Lee Chapel as a guest of Contact.
Springtime at W&L
W&L was well represented in the 2012 class of inductees at the Virginia Communications Hall of Fame: Retired Prof. Hampden Smith, Robert Dementi ’82, accepting on behalf of his late Father of the Class of 1940, Roger Mudd ’50, Master of Ceremonies (and 1986 inductee), Mike Allen ’86, and past visiting professor Jim Raper.
Third-year law student Liz Zamorski speaks to attendees at the Law Benefactors’ Luncheon.
Senior attacker Allie Shearin scored three goals as well as dishing up two assists while W&L completed its ODAC regular season undefeated by besting visiting Guilford 16 – 4.
Retirees gathered in the lobby of Evans Hall prior to the Employee Recognition Banquet.
President Ken Ruscio ’76 (l) with employees recognized for 40 years at W&L: Carolyn Goolsby of Development, Fontanne Bostic of Auxiliary Services, and Randolph Hare and Bill Mack of Facilities Management.
Carpenter Henry Alderman re-pointing brick in the steps of the terrace at Lee Chapel.
Mike Orrison does tree work in front of Huntley Hall.
Admissions councilors Chris Browning '11 and Christine Balistreri '11 on campus.
Graphic Designer Billy Chase and his band Mafia Track Suit perform in the Marketplace.
President Ken Ruscio ’76 (l) and Provost Bob Strong (r) with retiring faculty at Lee House: Head Football Coach Frank Miriello, Professor of Romance Languages Cecile West-Settle, Professor of Law Denis Brion, Visiting Professor of Chemistry Frank Settle, and Professor of Music Gordon Spice
Contact hosts actor and filmmaker Adrian Grenier in Lee Chapel.
Artist Craig Pleasants speaks Annie Smith '15, Laura Stephens '15, and Brynna Evanswith '15 about his sculptural structures in Staniar Gallery.
Charlotte Sisk '15 studies in front of Huntley Hall.
Laura Lemon of Roanoke, VA visits campus for accepted students day.
Springtime at W&L: from the terrace of Early-Fielding, looking toward the corner of Washington and Lee.
Rockbridge County resident Mitch Wapner reading the words of Elie Wiesel at the Holocaust Vigil in Hillel House.
New Zealander poet Robert Sullivan giving a reading in the E-Café at Hillel House.
Anthony Nardini ’08 giving a presentation at the GLBT symposium “Making It Better”.
As part of her Spring Term classics course, Professor Sarah Bond leads a Greek phalanx on W&L's front lawn.
Dr. Jeffery Barth, director of the Brain Injury and Sports Concussion Institute, speaks to Professor Tyler Lorig's Spring Term class.
Brett Schwartz, director of Hillel, chats with students in his office.
Senior Robbie Day works in the Hillel House.
Austin Stair Calhoun '03 gives a talk on her dissertation research, entitled “Gatekeeping in Online Coaching Biographies: Interrogating the Don't Ask, Don't Tell Narrative.”