Alumni & Post-Grads

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Alumni & Post-Grads

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Alumni Office
Alumni Office
Letcher Avenue, Lexington
Phone: (540) 458-8464
Fax: (540) 458-8473
alumni.wlu.edu
Alumni Services
  • Alumni House wining and dining on special weekends
  • Alumni job board
  • Colonnade Connections (helps alums track down buddies)
  • Local chapter gatherings (some complete with a cappella concerts)
  • Transcript/diploma mailings
  • University Visa card
Alumni Publications
W&L, the Washington and Lee University alumni magazine. This free quarterly magazine features a variety of articles on current students, happenings at the University, and faculty. It reaches about 30,000 alumni, parents, and friends of the University.
Major Alumni Events
  • The biggest events for alumni every year are Homecoming, which features raucous football games (plus a hearty tailgate lunch), crazy parties, and plenty of reminiscing; and Reunion, where the graduate class with the best attendance wins the Reunion Bowl.
  • There is also Alumni College-alums can either go abroad on trips to places like France or the Galapagos Islands or come to campus for a combination of vacation and study on the Civil War, the historical Jesus, and Tom Wolfe's Bonfire of the Vanities.
Famous Alumni
  • David Brown (Class of 2000) - Host and senior editor, NPR's "Marketplace" business news show
  • Meriwether Clark (Class of 1790) - Secretary to Thomas Jefferson, co-leader of the Lewis and Clark expedition, and Governor of Louisiana Territory
  • Roger H. Mudd (Class of 1950) - Congressional correspondent (CBS, PBS) and History Channel host
  • Lewis F. Powell Jr. (Class of 1929) - Associate justice on the US Supreme Court and president of the American Bar Association
  • Pat Robertson (Class of 1950) - Chancellor of Regent University and founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network and the Christian Coalition
  • John Warner (Class of 1949) - U.S. senator and Secretary of the Navy
  • Tom Wolfe (Class of 1951) - Bestselling author of Bonfire of the Vanities, A Man in Full, and I Am Charlotte Simmons.
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