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Upcoming Events

04
22
Hike - Mill Creek Springs Natural Area Preserve
Apr 22 - Apr 23
04
23
Lexington Farmers Market
Apr 23, 8:00 AM
04
24
Film - A Chemical Reaction - Charlottesville
Apr 24, 7:00 PM
04
24
Talk - Garden Bugs
Apr 24, 7:00 PM
04
25
Arbor Day Nationwide
Apr 25

CAMPUS ENERGY USE DASHBOARD

Energy Use Speedometer

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SOLAR ELECTRIC DASHBOARD

SOLAR THERMAL DASHBOARD

Washington and Lee's motto is Non Incautus Futuri - not unmindful of the future. The University has been preparing students for a life of service as future leaders for over 250 years. Our present challenge is to lead the way to a more sustainable future by developing a learning community whose members are mindful of their responsibility to future generations, sensitive to the stewardship of natural resources, and equitable in their social and economic relationships.

News

  • Jane GoodallJane Goodall to Speak at Washington and Lee University
    Washington and Lee's Contact Committee will present Jane Goodall, Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and UN Messenger of Peace, who will speak on Thursday, March 6, at 7:30 p.m. in Lee Chapel. The title of Goodall's talk is "Sowing the Seeds of Hope."
  • W&L Green Offices logoWashington and Lee Launches Green Office Initiative
    Washington and Lee University is kicking off the Green Office Initiative to encourage staff, faculty and students to practice sound environmental practices in their offices, classrooms and residence halls.
  • Power Down Challenge WinnersSigma Nu Fraternity Wins Power-Down Competition
    When other competitors in the Spring Power Down Challenge at Washington and Lee University started to gain on the Sigma Nu fraternity, members turned to drastic measures by opting to live in the dark.
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