Student Clubs and Organizations

Student organizations can register to be recognized by the Office of Student Activities by contacting kgoodwin@wlu.edu. Read more about Executive Committee resources for student organizations, including budget allocations.

OrganizationPurpose/MissionContactEmailsCategories
Active Minds Active Minds words towards bettering the W&L community through increasing awareness of issues surrounding mental health, reducing stigma toward people living with mental illness, promoting a general awareness of comprehensive self health, providing students with easy access to information about mental disorders, and serving as a liason between the student body and the mental health community of W&L. Hal Fant fanth22@mail.wlu.edu Advocacy
Actuarial Club The Actuarial Club's focus is to create a space for prospective actuaries to discuss career-related questions, share exam resources, and solve exam problems. YoungJae Kim kimy22@mail.wlu.edu Academic
AdLib Liberal arts encourage an exploration of the human condition, while encouraging curiosity, and critical and creative thinking. While the liberal arts has sometimes been seen as distinct from technical or professional fields, there’s a growing discussion of the importance of applying liberal art principles to those applied fields, such as design, communications and technology. We serve to bridge the gap between advertising and marketing professional fields and a liberal arts education. N/A General
African Society The statement of purpose of the AS is as follows: the W&L African Society is dedicaed to supporting the voices and perspectives of African students on campus, promoting awareness of and interest in African cultures, and serving as a catalyst for discussion and debate about African affairs. President: Betelihim Haile haileb22@mail.wlu.edu Diversity
Amnesty International "We campaign for a wolrd where human rights are enjoyed by all." Katana Evans evansk22@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
Ampersand Muse is a student run literary publication devoted to printing exceptional works of art, poetry and prose. Any undergraduate, law student, faculty or staff member may submit an entry for anonymous review and consideration Lauren Newton newtonl22@mail.wlu.edu Publication
Archaeology Club It is the mission of the Archaeology Club to provide resources, support, and networking opportunities to the SOAN student population on campus, espeically those students pursuing archaeology. The club shall achieve this by working with the school's archaeologist and instructor, Donald Gaylard, to organize events and programs for the enrichment and development of archaeology and archaeological research and presentation, and by encouraging a sesne of comraderie between SOAN students who may one day become colleagues. The club shall be open to all students interested in the SOAN department. Bradley French frenchb22@mail.wlu.edu Academic/Professional
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Lauryn McCray mccrayl22@mail.wlu.edu Professional
Alexander Hamilton Society Jackson Sharman sharmanj22@mail.wlu.edu Academic/Professional
Alpha Phi Omega Morgan Patterson pattersonm21@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
Arts League We strive to promote and encourage art, especially student art, across campus Nayongi Borthwick borthwickn23@mail.wlu.edu Arts
Bead the Change N/A N/A Service/Volunteer
BLSA Sabrina Matlock '22 L matlock.s22@law.wlu.edu Diversity
Brain Exercisxe Initiative Brain Exercise Initiative seeks to help senior citizens with their cognitive ability by facilitating simple brain exercises 3 times a week, 30 minutes a day. Research has shown that when simple math, reading, and writing tasks are given 3 times a week for 30 minutes a day, the cognitive ability of seniors, particularly those with Alzheimer's, significantly improves. We will focus on building relationships with senior assisted living communities in the Lexington area and help our seniors with these simple brain exercise packets. Brain Exercise Initiative started at UCLA when an undergrad learned about the positive effects of brain exercise packets for senior citizens, it has since expanded to over 50 chapters nationwide. W&L student volunteers will travel to the senior assisted living homes (zoom initially, in person when safe to do so) and help seniors with these brain exercise packets. The goal of this organization is to develop a strong relationship with assisted living communities in the Lexington area and help improve the senior's cognitive ability. Jonathon Gagnon gagnonj23@mail.wlu.edu Academic/Professional
Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences Jordan Diehl diehlj22@mail.wlu.edu Academic/Professional
Calyx The Calyx has been the University's undergraduate yearbook for more than 100 years. It is a pictoral summary of student life and events during the year. Emma Smith smithe23@mail.wlu.edu Publication
Campus Community Coalition The Campus Community Coalition was founded to promote and facilitate progressive communication, cooperation, and collaboration between the student body, neighboring community, landlords, law enforcement, and the University administration to address issues in our community. Sam Dugan dugans23@mail.wlu.edu Professional
Campus Kitchen at W&L The mission of The Campus Kitchens Project is to use service as a way to strengthen bodies, empower minds, and build communities. At the Campus Kitchen at Washington and Lee (CKWL) we combat hunger and promote nutrition by recovering and reusing food that would otherwise go to waste into balanced meals for low-income members of the community in Rockbridge County. Volunteers also develop valuable relationships with clients. We seek to educate our students through providing opportunities for leadership; engaging a distinctive population in our community; initiating new nutrition programs in the community; promoting awareness of nutrition and hunger issues; stimulating research on nutrition, hunger and the means to solve them; and attending national conferences with Campus Kitchen participants across the nation. Although Campus Kitchen provides meals locally, its effort to educate students has national and global significance. Bri Mondesir mondesirb22@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
Campus Unity Initiative Rose Hein heinr22@mail.wlu.edu
Catholic Campus Ministries To Provide opportunities for Catholic students and faculty to practice and deepen their faith Kathryn Muensterman muenstermank22@mail.wlu.edu Religious
Chanoyu Tea Society Eli Bradley bradleye22@mail.wlu.edu Diversity
Cheerleading Lilly Weitz weitzl22@mail.wlu.edu Recreation
Chinese Club Maria Shaw shawm22@mail.wlu.edu Academic
College Democrats The W&L College Democrats organization is a group of people with like-minded liberal or left-winged political beliefs who exercise their voices and use their knowledge and experiences to educate and learn from people of other backgrounds while supporting and learning from others in the group about their political beliefs. Judy Park parkj22@mail.wlu.edu Civic Engagement
College Republicans To educate and motivate students at Washington and Lee to become more politically involved and active Lillie Gillespie gillespiel22@mail.wlu.edu Civic Engagement
Compost Crew Kim Hodge hodgek@wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
Contact Committee The Contact Committee's mission is "Bringing the World to Lexington." Contact enhances the education received by all Washington and Lee students by providing opportunities for interaction with the most prolific individuals of contemporary times. Contact Committee seeks to bring a minimum of three high-profile guest speakers to W&L's campus over the course of each academic year. Past speakers include a diverse array of figures such as Jane Goodall, Laverne Cox, Lara Logan, Glenn Greenwald, and Bill Nye. Contact membership is granted through a competitive application and interview process handled within the first month of each Fall Term. Cate O'Kelley okelleyc22@mail.wlu.edu Professional
Connelly Entrepreneurship Society Lillie Gillespie gillespiel22@mail.wlu.edu Academic/Professional
Crux Climbing Team N/A N/A Recreation
Diverge N/A N/A Publication
Doctors Without Borders Lexi Minutillo minutillol22@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
Ducks Unlimited Marshall Jones jonesm22@mail.wlu.edu Recreation
Enginnering Community Development W&L Engineers Without Borders is dedicated to making practical and substantial impacts in both our global and local communities through creative and resourceful engineering projects. We currently work in Pampoyo, Bolivia and San Pedro, Guatemala on the international level. We also work on local projects to improve our local community throughout the year as well. Emma Aldrich aldriche22@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
ESOL To facilitate communication within the increasingly diverse population in Rockbridge County, specifically with the Latino/a population. Jacqueline Tamez tamezj22@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
eSports August Donovan donovana22@mail.wlu.edu Recreation
Fancy Dress To plan and throw the annual Fancy Dress Ball. Felicity Taylor taylorf22@mail.wlu.edu Social
Feel Good Valerie Puliafico puliaficov23@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Kate Groninger groningerk22@mail.wlu.edu Religious
Film Society Nolan Zunk zunkn22@mail.wlu.edu Arts
Friday Underground Eli Bradley bradleye22@mail.wlu.edu Social/Arts
Francophone Student Organization The FSO at W&L will make Francophone culture more accessible to all students (regardless of major or class enrollment), the overall Lexington community, and international Francophone students. Our goal is to share interest, enhance curiosity, and increase understanding of the French language, France, and other French-speaking countries. To reach these goals, FSO will provide as many convenient and enjoyable opportunities as possible and will offer continuous meetings and events throughout the year. Christian Null nullc23@mail.wlu.edu Diversity
Fly Fishing Club Marshall Jones jonesm22@mail.wlu.edu Recreation
FYOC Troy Larsen larsent22@mail.wlu.edu Social
Gender Action Group Beverley Xia xiab22@mail.wlu.edu Diversity
General Development Initiative The GenDev, Inc. mission is three-fold: (1) to engage Washington & Lee students in experiential education in social entrepreneurship and international development; (2) to foster in all Washington & Lee graduates a greater sense of international social obligation, irrespective of their field of study; (3) to act as positive ambassadors of the Washington & Lee community by implementing our education in such a way that fosters immediate and sustainable change at home in immigrant communities, as well as abroad in communities located in LDC-regions. N/A N/A Service/Volunteer
Generals Activities Board GAB is a student organization whose mission is to promote campus unity and school spirit through concerts. We put on 3 shows per school year: fall, winter & spring (1 each semester). Our biggest show is typically in the winter. We try to bring a variety of performers in order to appeal to a large portion of the campus. Maddie Smith smithm22@mail.wlu.edu Arts
General Admission Acapella Singing Group Grace Pelowsky pelowskyg22@mail.wlu.edu Arts
Generals Discourse This group focuses on discussing problems in the middle east. Hayley Huber huberh23@mail.wlu.edu Civic Engagement
General Repairs Sadie Charles Calame calames23@mail.wlu.edu Social/Recreation
General Nomad Sarah Barry barrys22@mail.wlu.edu Social
Gen Tech To promote and empower a community of students who are interested in technology Danesh Badlani badlanid22@mail.wlu.edu Academic
German Club Jewel Luckow luckowj22@mail.wlu.edu Academic
Queer Liberation Alliance Andrew Claybrook claybrooka22@mail.wlu.edu Diversity
Habitat for Humanity To raise money for the local Habitat for Humanity chapter and to otherwise assist them with their mission. Tanajia Moye-Green moye-greent23@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
Happy Kids, Healthy Kids Elen Stepanyan stepanyane22@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
Hillel  Washington and Lee Hillel is established to provide facilities, guidance, and organization for religious, cultural, educational, social community service and interfaith activities for Jewish students and Washington and Lee University. W&L Hillel is dedicated to building Jewish identity while nurturing intellectual and Spiritual Growth. Sam Bluestone bluestones22@mail.wlu.edu Religious
inGeneral To educate the student body and W&L community on student interest and Lexington related news, as well as give aspiring student writers, photographers, and layout designers the opportunity to practice journalism according to a code of ethics in a professional context. Ann Douglas Lott lotta22@mail.wlu.edu Publication
Interfraternity Council Reid Dentner dentnerr22@mail.wlu.edu Social/Service
InterVaristy Christian Fellowship InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF) at W&L exists to help every student on campus come to know Christ and follow Him in every aspect of their lives.  Joseph Lee leej22@mail.wlu.edu Religious
JubiLee JubiLee is W&L's only all female a capella group. Our mission is to contribute to the arts at W&L and entertain the campus community whenver possible. Tahri Phillips phillipst23@mail.wlu.edu Arts
Latino Student Organization Caroline Rubio Regalado rubioregaladoc22@mail.wlu.edu Diversity
Liberty Lex Lexington Liberty is a group of W&L students and faculty, dedicated to the reporting of human rights abuses across the region of Eurasia and the pursuit to find justice for those victimized by regimes in the region Nick Mosher moshern22@mail.wlu.edu Civic Engagement
LEAD Team Catherine Xia xiac23@mail.wlu.edu Academic
LIFT The Low-Income First-Generation Team (LIFT) advocates for first-generation and low-income (FGLI) students' issues on campus and organizes resources, events, and meet-up groups. Our vision is to create a more supportive community for FGLI students, strengthened by connections around the university with dedicated professors and staff, facilities, and resources.   Tiffani Thomason thomasont22@mail.wlu.edu Academic
Love 146 Hannah Kang kangh22@mail.wlu.edu Civic Engagement
Mindbending Productions To create student run, produced, and written theater. Estrella Burks-Parra burls-parrae23@mail.wlu.edu Arts
Mock Convention The Washington and Lee University Mock Convention is a quadrennial tradition in which student delegates attempt to predict the presidential nominee of the political party currently out of the White House Ramsay Trask traskr24@mail.wlu.edu Civic Engagement
Mock Trial To recreate a hypothetical legal trial, with students participating as lawyers and witnesses and an emphasis on improving students rhetorical skills and public speaking ability Alex Wilkerson wilkersona22@mail.wlu.edu Professional
Multicultural Student Association Diana Rodriguez rodriguezd23@mail.wlu.edu Diversity
NAACP Leia Barrow barrowl22@mail.wlu.edu Diversity
Nabors Service League The Nabors Service League (NSL) is a student-run community service organization that strives to promote and encourage a spirit of service and to connect service with learning. By creating a volunteer profile, you can stay up to date on service opportunities within your interest areas. In addition to connecting W&L and VMI students with local agencies, the Nabors Service League hosts two community wide service days and a series of events to raise awareness of social justice issues. Justin Littlejohn littlejohnj22@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
National Panhellenic Council Taylor Garcia garciat22@mail.wlu.edu Social
Native American Student Organization The Native American Student Organization strives to make W&L more vibrant and inclusive through promoting visibility and connection for our marginalized and often overlooked Native American community. Ella Powers powerse22@mail.wlu.edu Diversity
Neighborshare Julia Thomson thomsonj24@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
PAACE PAACE is dedicated to supporting the voices and the perspectives of Asian students on campus. PAACE promotes awareness and fosters interest in all Asian cultures. PAACE serves as an information resource on and forum for the exchanging ideas and experiences about Asian American affairs. Will Xue xuew24@mail.wlu.edu Diversity
Peer Counselors The Peer Counseling Program was developed at the request of students who felt a need to learn how to help their friends who were struggling with problems while in college. The Peers are selected each spring following an application and interview process. These concerned campus leaders receive focused training in the early fall and then participate in an ongoing monthly training program throughout the year. The Peer Counselors have been instrumental in assisting many students on the undergraduate and law school campuses to find help with problems experienced by fellow students. Dolph Maxwell maxwelld22@mail.wlu.edu Social
People for Justice in Palestine To empower a group of like-minded individuals who seek to help oppressed human beings in Palestine/Israel through informational publications. Nour Alshaer alshearn22@mail.wlu.edu Civic Engagement
Pink Elephants A discussion group for conservative women to discuss topics related to feminism and women's issues. Seren McClain mcclains22@mail.wlu.edu Civic Engagement
Philosophy of Religion Club Alex Winant winanta23@mail.wlu.edu Social
Pluma David Galvez galvezd22@mail.wlu.edu Publication
Political Review The Washington & Lee Political Review is a student-administered, student-centered academic journal with a clear emphasis on political science and political theory. The Review showcases exceptional undergraduate scholarship, and serves as an ambassador to the academic community at large. Sam Carley carleys22@mail.wlu.edu Publication
Poker Club N/A Zahin Reaz reazz22@mail.wlu.edu Recreation
Pre-Dental Club The Washington and Lee University Pre-Dental Club is a student-run organization, which intends to assist Washington and Lee University pre-dental students in their overall preparation for dental school and a career in dentistry. It fosters the interests and welfare of students pursuing careers in dentistry. It does so by providing students with information, instruction, encouragement, and services. Tehila Adekogbe adekogbet23@mail.wlu.edu Professional
Pre-Health Club It is the mission of the W&L Pre-Med club to provide resources, support, and networking opportunities to the large pre-med student population on campus. The club shall achieve this by working with the school's pre-med advisor to organize events and programs for the enrichment and development of pre-med students, and by encouraging a sense of comradery between pre-med students who may one day become colleagues. The club shall be open to all students interested in the health professions and shall serve to guide students considering becoming pre-med to the decision which is best for them. Sherry Gu gus22@mail.wlu.edu Professional
Public Relations Student Society od America Emma Thai thaie22@mail.wlu.edu Professional
Production Club N/A N/A Arts
Promise Committee Rett Daugbjerg daugbjergr22@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
Quest Scholars Club As a chapter of the Quest Scholars Program, we acknowledge the stated purpose: a)to uphold the mission statement of the Quest Scholars Network of scholarship, leadership, and service; b)to provide mentoring and guidance to incoming Quest Scholars through a support program of upperclassmen at Washington and Lee University; c)to inform high school students in the area about access to higher education for students of all backgrounds through the QuestBridge Organization; d)to create a National Chapter of the Quest Scholars Network at Washington and Lee University in order to provide Washington and Lee students with access to a national organization of Quest Scholars’ services, including but not exclusive to leadership opportunities, professional development resources, internships, and fellowships. Autumn Smith smitha22@mail.wlu.edu Diversity
Red Cross Club Konstantinos Oikonomou oikonomoud22@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
Reformed University Fellowship To Reach Students for Christ and Equip Them to Serve Camilla Beeley beeleyc22@mail.wlu.edu Religious
Remote Area Medical Eli Bradley bradleye22@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
Ring Tum Phi It is the mission of the Phi to accurately, truthfully, and thoroughly report news affecting the Washington and Lee community for students, faculty, parents and alumni. Our goal is to look deeper into news affecting campus life and hold leaders accountable. through our reporting, we aspire to aspark discssions that lead to discovering information that prompts change Grace Mamon mamong22@mail.wlu.edu Publication
Rotaract Club Jack Eason easonj22@mail.wlu.edu
SABU Amber Morrison morrisona23@mail.wlu.edu Diversity
SAIL Student Association for International Learning, or widely known as ‘SAIL' is an organization dedicated to addressing international issues within W&L community and sharing with the W&L campus new and different answers to social, cultural and political questions. Most importantly, SAIL promotes exchange between the diverse cultures represented at W&L. Simply put, "bringing the world to our campus" describes what SAIL does. Yuhan Liu liuy22@mail.wlu.edu Advocacy
SEAL We aim to increase environmental awareness amont students, promote campus sustainability, and inform students about environmental service opportunities Emily Matthews matthewse22@mail.wlu.edu Advocacy
SHAG Sexual Health Awareness Group's mission is to improve the Washington and Lee University sexual culture by opening up a dialogue about sex and all that is sensual. We work to assist members of the Washington and Lee student body in developing an open form of communication with other members of the student body and with the administration and faculty about sex. SHAG and our main event, Sex Week: The Other "O-Week," intends to promote a week of programming that is interdisciplinary, thought-provoking, scholastic, innovative, and applicable to student experiences in order to promote a holistic understanding of sex and sexuality. Our goal is to connect diverse individuals and communities both within and beyond W&L through common human experiences with love, sex, sexuality, and relationships. Katana Evans evansk22@mail.wlu.edu Advocacy
Student Bar Association Emma Burri '22L burri.e22@law.wlu.edu Professional
Student Judicial Council Rob Rosen rosenr22@mail.wlu.edu Professional
Students for Historical Preservation Elizabeth Hertzberg hertzberge23@mail.wlu.edu Advocacy
Southern Comfort Southern Comfort is an all-male singing group dedicated to providing a unique community for both novice and experienced singers. Southern Comfort works to encourage the appreciation of a capella music, and to provide an opportunity for singers to perform in concerts at various public venues. Dolph Maxwell maxwelld22@mail.wlu.edu Arts
Society of Women Engineers The mission of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) at W&L is to 1) connect W&L students with SWE's resources for professional development and 2) host engineering-related activities in Lexington high schools and with other collegiate or professional SWE chapters nearby. Elen Stepanyan stepanyane22@mail.wlu.edu Professional
SPEAK SPEAK is an organization committed to the education and prevention of sexual misconduct on college campuses and particularly at W&L. Through different events and efforts such as vigils for survivors, fundraisers for Project Horizon, and speakers about rape culture, SPEAK hopes to raise awareness about sexual misconduct and to support survivors. Mansi Tripathi tripathim22@mail.wlu.edu Advocacy
Sports Analytics Club Bryan Hadley hadleyb22@mail.wlu.edu Academic
Strength Club Jinsu Sohn sohn.j22@law.wlu.edu Recreation
Washington and Lee Student Consulting Max Franklin franklinm22@mail.wlu.edu Professional
Students Against Rockbridge Area Hunger Our mission is to help combat hunger in the Rockbridge area by fundraising and donations to Campus Kitchens, Natural Bridge/Glasgow Food Bank, and RARA N/A N/A Service/Volunteer
Student to Student Mentoring Ryan Zimmerman zimmermanr22@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
Traveller Traveller serves the W&L Community as a safe ride system. Traveller runs seven nights a week to get our students home safely. Mansi Tripathi tripathim22@mail.wlu.edu Social
Toqueville Forum Rose Hein heinr22@mail.wlu.edu
24 23 was created to bring all individual sports teams into one united community. Likewise, we want to promote a safe community by encouraging bystander intervention among student athletes. Ned Mize mizen22@mail.wlu.edu Advocacy
W&L Repertory Dance Company W&L Repertory Dance Company cultivates innovative new dance works and stimulates new discourses for creative collaboration and exchange. The result is an eclectic and innovative repertory concert that engages audiences and stokes their imaginations. Ashley Shughart shugharta22@mail.wlu.edu Arts
W&L Swingers W&L Swingers aims to provide an avenue for ballroom dance on campus, specifically focusing on swing, but also incorporating cha cha, fox trot, waltz, and other forms of ballroom dance. W&L Swingers provides students with an opportunity to both learn & hone their ballroom dancing skills. Rose Hein heinr22@mail.wlu.edu Arts
Washingtonian Society N/A Katana Evans evansk22@mail.wlu.edu Advocacy
Williams Investment Society The Williams Investment Society is a student organization that manages a portion of Washington and Lee University's endowment in equity securities. The Society's purpose is to provide students with a forum to develop their interest in investments and financial analysis by giving them the opportunity to actively manage real capital. Jack Curtis curtisj22@mail.wlu.edu Professional
WLUR N/A Tash Gengler genglern22@mail.wlu.edu social
WLUnite N/A Alexandra Miyamoto miyamotoa23@mail.wlu.edu Advocacy
Women in Technology and Science Women In Technology and Science (WITS) is a student organization that involves women across the STEM disciplines, including: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Neuroscience, Psychology, and Geology. Our mission is to encourage young women to pursue science and technology by giving girls from local middle and elementary schools an opportunity to perform science experiments during the school year. The young women we serve deserve the opportunity to further their skills in the sciences so they can achieve their full potentials. In return, WITS provides the women of Washington and Lee an outlet to become involved in the community in a valuable and meaningful way. Through WITS, science majors share their passion while simultaneously learning how to interact with those younger than themselves. WITS officers are more than teachers; we are role models." Abby Lieb lieba23@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
Young Life Young Life is a non-denominational Christian outreach ministry for middle and high school students in Rockbridge County Mary Wilson Grist gristm22@mail.wlu.edu Religious
The Vigil Pamela Steimel steimelp22@mail.wlu.edu Advocacy
University Ambassadors Emma Callaghan callaghane22@mail.wlu.edu Professional
Army ROTC Club The goal of the ROTC club is to provide W&L students enrolled in Army ROTC with enhanced opportunities for bonding, as the Army ROTC program runs through VMI, which is a much larger entity. This leads to the W&L students being split up and not being as cohesive of a group. Forming this club would provide a forum for students enrolled in the program to get to know each other and develop as leaders. Andrew Frailer Recreation
Library Student Advisory Board LSAB is an EC subcommittee comprised of library enthusiasts and library student workers. Amelia Lancaster lancastera22@mail.wlu.edu Academic/Professional
Diversified Capital Group Diversified Capital Group is the first URM-owned, student-run investment fund operating at Washington and Lee University. We seek to bridge the financial education gap on campus by ensuring every student has access to financial training and the professional development tools necessary to best prepare for a career in the financial services industry. After an eight-week education program focused on top-down fundamental analysis, we aim to apply these learned skill sets through active investment management. Selihom Gobeze gobezes22@mail.wlu.edu Academic/Diversity
The Hidden Opponent N/A Jordan Diehl diehlj22@mail.wlu.edu Advocacy
Best Buddies Best Buddies WLU is a club dedicated to creating one-to-one friendships between Washington and Lee students and members of the local community with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) Rebecca Hagigh hagighr23@mail.wlu.edu Service/Volunteer
Birding Club Chris Tucker tuckerc23@mail.wlu.edu Academic
Washington and Lee Students for Life Malachi Eberly eberlym24@mail.wlu.edu Advocacy
Club Olas Bonner Kirkland kirklandb23@mail.wlu.edu Academic/Advocacy
Perry Minority Athlete Coalition Danny Kung kungd23@mail.wlu.edu Advocacy