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Hearing Fervor Blinds Debate

By: Stephen Edwards, 2L Staff Writer One of the most embarrassing episodes of American history is the abuse of the House Un-American Activities Committee by Senator McCarthy and his followers

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U.S. Financial Future Under President Trump

By: Nash Bowen, 1L Staff Writer   Throughout the heat of this past election, disagreements ran wild, and hesitation was at an all time high to believe anything said or

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Democrats Attempt SCOTUS Filibuster

By: Haley Goode, 1L Layout Editor President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Neil Gorsuch, finished a grueling four-day confirmation hearing process on Thursday, March 23. Despite Gorsuch’s ability to remain

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Something Exciting is Brewing in Fancy Hill

By: Winston West, 3L Staff Writer One of the newest breweries in the area, Great Valley Farm Brewery, is doing big things. Although the tasting room and combined brew house

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How to Survive Summer Culture Shock

  By: Sarah Telle, 1L Section Editor It’s that time of year again. Soon W&L law students will be leaving the small, safe, and quaint City of Lexington to resume

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Confronting W&L’s Slavery Past

By: Kokomo Metzger, 1L Online Editor By: Lauren Cassel, 1L Section Editor In 1963, one year before Washington and Lee University desegregated, Ralph Ellison stated that an American novelist must

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An Acad. Aff. Bull: The Bluebook, et al.

By: Orion Hughes-Knowles, 1L Contributing Writer The Bluebook, the self-described “definitive style guide for legal citation,” holds a special place in the hearts of many law students. The Bluebook: A

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Sessions Faces Ethical Lawsuit from ACLU

By: Jacob Robertson, 1L Contributing Writer Newly appointed attorney general Jeff Sessions has not had an easy few weeks. The next few may be even tougher following an ethics complaint