Brazilian Club President: Stephanie Carvalho '12 Email: email@example.com Advisor: Professor Pinto-Bailey To help students and faculty learn Portuguese through various campus activities and to engage the W&L community in multicultural events regarding Brazilian culture.
ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) The mission of The English for Speakers of Other Languages Program is to facilitate communication between the English and non-English speaking populations in Rockbridge County. Although ESOL has focused on the Hispanic community, the program works with speakers of all languages. We offer formal ESOL classes and one-on-one tutoring arrangements, as well as free translation of documents from Spanish into English and a hotline to provide immediate interpreting and translation services.
GLBT Equality Initiative President: Joshua Bareno '13 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Advisor: Megan Fulcher Each member of the W&L community benefits from any and all measures to increase appreciation and acceptance of the differences within it. G.E.I will serve as an organization for students, administrators, and faculty committed to increasing tolerance and acceptance of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered members of the W&L community.
Gentlemen's League Email: email@example.com Advisor: Jason Rodocker Gentlemen’s League exists to facilitate the holistic development of multicultural male students individually and collectively at Washington and Lee University through new experiences.
German Club President: Ndeye Fatou Gueye '14 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The German Club promotes the learning and understanding of the German culture by immersing students.
International House Website: http://www.wlu.edu/x22824.xml The International House is a University-owned and maintained theme house where students can broaden their international learning experience and global perspective.
Ladies Club Chair: Mica Winchester '12 Email: email@example.com The Ladies' Club is a group of multicultural women who get together at least twice a month to participate in a wide variety of activities that emphasize “social learning”. From group discussions to study breaks, bowling night to spa night, and cooking for a party to line dancing, the Ladies' Club is a chance for the women of the multicultural community to come together and, quite simply, have a good time!
Minority Outreach Recruitment Entourage Adviser: Erin Hutchinson The missions of this organization are to, in coordination with the Admissions Office, recruit minority students to Washington and Lee University as well as integrate qualified minority students into the W&L community.
MSA Multicultural Student Association Seeks to secure a just and harmonious manner to resolve our disputes and promote ethnic cultural awareness among ethnic students as well as others through cooperation with students and faculty. We strive to support the recruitment and retention of academically qualified minority candidates, provide a social support group for minority students in fostering their success and happiness.
PAACE Pan Asian Association for Cultural Exchange Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com Hosting events within the W&L community and community at large, PAACE plans and coordinates activities creating awareness and appreciation for Asian culture.
Student Association for International Learning SAIL - Bringing the World to Our Campus Chair: Rachel Urban '13 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org SAIL is an organization addressing international issues and sharing with the Washington and Lee University campus new and different answers to social, cultural and political questions. Most importantly, SAIL promotes exchange between the diverse cultures represented at Washington and Lee. Simply put, "bringing the world to our campus" describes what SAIL does.
Salam President: Mohamad Amine '13 Email: email@example.com Salam, meaning ‘peace’ in Arabic, provides a venue for Muslim students and students interested in Islam to share common experiences and backgrounds. The club also seeks to develop opportunities for outreach to the W&L and local community on Islam and current affairs involving Muslim countries.
Spanish House (Casa Hispanica) The purpose of the Spanish House is to engage students in extra-curricular activities which stress the development of linguistic and cultural competence in Spanish, and to create a sense of community amongst those interested in the Spanish language and culture.
Student Association for Black Unity (SABU) President: Amber Cooper '12 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Advisor: Dean Tamara Futrell We the Black/African American/Caribbean American students of Washington and Lee University seek to uphold the University's commitment to diversity. Through the dedication of all members of the University community, we plan to create an environment that promotes civic awareness, tolerance, the exchange of ideas and community service.