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Washington and Lee University

If the Trees Could Talk

Eduardo Diaz | Posted 05.14.2016 | Latino Voices
Eduardo Diaz

The Strangest Fruit, an exhibition by San Antonio artist Vincent Valdez, currently on view at Washington and Lee University's Staniar Gallery through May 29, is composed of nine stunning, life-sized paintings of Tejanos hanging against dramatic white canvasses, inspired by the lost -- and often erased -- history of lynched Mexicans and Mexican Americans in this country.

An Interview With Brandon Hicks: A Washington and Lee Law School Student Making History

Darnell L. Moore | Posted 09.14.2014 | Black Voices
Darnell L. Moore

Washington and Lee recently made headlines when its president announced the university's decision to remove Confederate flags from its chapel, following a black-student-organized campaign. In this interview I engage Brandon Hicks, who was a principal organizer of the student group.

How Universities Can Look More Selective

Washington Post | Posted 09.23.2013 | College

Washington and Lee University declared in its official reports last year that 5,972 students applied for admission and 19 percent were accepted. Those...

12 Liberal Arts Schools That Pay

Posted 09.28.2011 | College

Harvey Mudd College is the top paying liberal arts school in the country, according to the salary website PayScale's report on alumni median career ea...