Today being May 1, we’re due for a spring cleaning, so here are some observations that have been piling up.
Washington and Lee University has hired its first director of institutional history to build a new museum and explore the private university’s 270-year history, including its antebellum ties to slavery.
We do not normally fashion ourselves as trouble-makers. We prefer to lower our voices while others are raising theirs. Come, let us reason together.
A visitor to Sweet Briar College would be hard-pressed to find signs of the financial stress that is shuttering the tiny women's school.
On April 3, 1899, Indiana Fletcher Williams — the daughter of a wealthy Virginia planter and the widow of an Episcopal churchman — signed her …