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W&L Named U.S.’s “Best Value College”

By: Peter Askin, 1L Junior Editor Kiplinger, the Washington, D.C.- based business and finance publisher, released their annual Best Value Colleges for 2015 in December, and Washington & Lee University topped

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Student Advises Rest & Review for Bad Grades

By: Joshua Everard, 1L Staff Writer Outlook searching for an email from Linda Johnson, you have discovered that your grades, in fact, suck. This one’s for you. (TLDR: It’s going to

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Proposed Main Campus Exhibit to Recognize Washington College Slaves and W&L’s History

By: Tacho Fernandez, 2L Contributing Writer Washington & Lee University, a school rich with American history, is still affected by the haunting chapters of this country’s past. The university has come

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W&L Creates All-Gender Restrooms

By: TJ Briggs, 1L Contributing Writer Historically, Washington & Lee Law has been more progressive than its undergraduate counterpart. However, one area that it fell behind in was access to gender-neutral

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Crowdfunding Can Cost SSI Benefits

By: Catherine Freeman, 2L Staff Writer In recent years, crowdfunding has become a popular way for people to raise money for personal causes. One of the most popular ways is

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Techno Trash Returns to Lewis Hall

By: J. Andrew Briggs, Ed. S. LawTech Columnist Thanks to an unauthorized negotiation during the Spring 2016 Immersion Program by JECE Student Lawyers, the bins from Lewis Hall recently reached a

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Rolling Stone Libel Suit Uphill Fight

By: Will Knapp, 2L Section Editor Three parties are suing Rolling Stone for libel after the magazine printed an article more than a year ago describing an alleged rape at the

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W&L Law Professor Defends Dylann Roof

By: Holly Farris, 2L Staff Writer On the evening of June 17, 2015, during a Bible study at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, a 21-year-old white man,