Announcements

  • Faculty Resolution: Jan. 11, 2021

    At its meeting on Monday, Jan. 11, the W&L faculty passed the following resolution in response to the recent violence in the nation's capital:

    Resolved: We cannot stay silent in the face of the events that took place at our nation's capital on January 6, 2021. The actions of the rioters there, instigated by President Trump, struck at the very heart of our nation's democratic processes. The faculty of Washington and Lee University condemns in the strongest manner possible the mob conduct that occurred on January 6. We also condemn in the strongest manner possible the systemic racism that animated those riots, and that was demonstrated in the deeply differentiated law enforcement responses to last week's events at the Capitol and last summer's events at Lafayette Square. These abhorrent occurrences underscore once again that the only way to ensure the health of our nation's institutions is to eliminate the scourge of racism and be unwavering in our commitment to equal justice for all.

    The Faculty of Washington and Lee University

Covid Announcements

  • Weekly COVID-19 Update - Law Students

    On Friday, February 26, the COVID-19 Committee sent an email to law students featuring information about the COVID-19 committee hour, vaccine pre-registration, and the athletics spectator policy.

  • Weekly COVID-19 Update - Undergraduate Students

    On Friday, February 26, the COVID-19 Committee sent an email to undergraduate students featuring information about the COVID-19 committee hour, vaccine pre-registration, and the athletics spectator policy.

  • Weekly COVID-19 Update - Faculty and Staff

    On Friday, February 26, the COVID-19 Committee sent an email to faculty and staff featuring information about discretionary testing, vaccine pre-registration, and the athletics spectator policy.

  • Update on COVID-19 Cases and Environment Level

    On Wednesday, February 24, the COVID-19 Committee sent an email to W&L Students, Faculty and Staff regarding an increase in the environmental level from yellow middle to yellow high.

  • Moving COVID-19 Environment Level to Yellow-Middle

    On Thursday, February 18, the COVID-19 Committee sent an email to W&L Students, Faculty and Staff regarding a decrease in the environmental level from yellow high to yellow middle.

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