Grace Buckley McGee ('10) and Emmy Mathews ('11) were inducted into Washington & Lee University's Alpha Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) at the Founders Day/Omicron Delta Kappa Convocation on Tuesday, January 19, in Lee Chapel.
Grace Buckley McGee ('10), from Virginia Beach, VA, is a double major in Philosophy and Studio Art. She is a Robert E. Lee Scholar, a Dean's List student, and an ODAC Scholar Athlete. She is captain of the field hockey team and an ODAC First-Team Selection, received the Most Valuable Defensive Player Award and belongs to the ODAC All-Academic Team. She has led the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority as vice president of public relations and recruitment chair. She was the secretary and the alumni relations officer of the University Gay-Straight Alliance, and was the First-Year Orientation Committee activities co-chair as a senior and business co-chair as a junior. She serves as a mentor to the Big Brother, Big Sister program. She belongs to the W&L Film Society, Captain's Council, and Kathekon.
Emily (Emmy) Taylor Mathews, from Baltimore, MD, is a double major in Philosophy and Business Administration. She won the 2009 Edward Lee Pinney Prize and in 2009 won a VFIC/Norfolk Southern Scholarship. She serves as captain of the field hockey and lacrosse teams, and as treasurer of the Kappa Alpha Theta social sorority. She was named First-Year Female Athlete of the Year in 2008. She is also a member of Kathekon.