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Michael Missal '78 Confirmed as Inspector General of the Department of Veterans Affairs


On Tues., April 19, the Senate unanimously confirmed Michael Missal, a 1978 graduate of Washington and Lee University, as the next inspector general of the troubled Department of Veterans Affairs. President Barack Obama nominated Missal for the position in October 2015. He is scheduled to be sworn in on May 2. Missal, a Washington attorney […]

A Loss for W&L: Joseph S. Keelty '44


Joseph S. Keelty, an emeritus trustee and member of Washington and Lee’s Class of 1944 who established a scholarship at W&L and donated generously to myriad other priorities at the university, died April 10, 2016, at the age of 93. Keelty, a lifelong supporter of schools and charities, in 1981 endowed the Keelty Honor Scholarship […]

A Loss for W&L: Thomas R. Shepherd '52


Thomas Ringgold Shepherd, an emeritus trustee, alumnus and significant benefactor of Washington and Lee University, died on March 19, 2016. A resident of Stow, Massachusetts, he was 86. Shepherd and his wife, the Rev. Nancy H. Shepherd, started W&L’s Shepherd Program for the Interdisciplinary Study of Poverty and Human Capability in 1997. One of the […]

Alumni at Work: Amy Bohutinsky '97


Amy Bohutinsky '97 believes that buying and selling real estate is more than a numbers game. She wants to tell the stories behind the sales, and as chief operating officer for online real estate site Zillow, she is able to connect to consumers through advertising that tells those personal stories. If you missed Amy's keynote […]

Alumni at Work: Kate LeMasters '15


By taking advantage of all that Washington and Lee has to offer, Kate LeMasters '15 forged an educational path that took her from Lexington to the Southwest United States, Western Africa and Romania to tackle issues of poverty and public health. Back in Romania this year through The Edwin A. Morris '26 Distinguished Research Grant, […]

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General Wisdom: Joe Sussingham '13 on Life as a Professional Musician


Joe Sussingham '13, one half of electronic dance music duo Coyote Kisses, recently performed at Coachella Music Festival. How did he pull that off?!? Check out this episode of General Wisdom to find out. 0:10 Introduction 1:56 The evolution of Coyote Kisses 4:14 How did you wind up playing Coachella?!? What was that like, and […]

General Wisdom: Samantha Copping '11 on Grad School Life


0:10 Intro 0:39 Connecting the dots–how did you wind up in grad school? / 1:09 Always thinking about "the next step" / 1:51 The liberating/terrifying realization that law school was not that next step / 3:14 Getting off the "conveyor belt of life" 4:29 What is grad school life like? 5:56 Any advice for current […]

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