The Greater Metro Richmond, Virginia area contains the second largest number of alumni in the country. For obvious reasons, many graduates flock to the state capital to start and nurture a career. The chapter produces excellent events including: a gathering at the Strawberry Hill Races, a reception for the Picasso exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts, Happy Hour socials, and a recent lecture given by W&L History Professor Holt Merchant called “The Civil War and its Unintended Consequences.” There are more than 1080 alumni living in the Richmond area.
There are no scheduled events at this time.
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President: Charles R. Boisky '04
The Greater Metro Richmond, Virginia area contains the second largest number of alumni in the country.