As part of its charge to document the history of the University, the Washington and Lee University Archives seeks to preserve significant works of scholarship created by W&L undergraduate students. In keeping with that delightful responsibility, the Archives recently added to its collection information about 61 undergraduate student works from the 2015-16 academic year, including honors theses, senior theses, and capstone project materials.
Records for all these materials are accessible online through the “Student Papers” section of the W&L Digital Archive. Many of these items are freely available online in their entirety to all users, some are accessible online only to W&L researchers, while still others may be available only in printed form in Leyburn Library’s Special Collections. We are proud to share so much fascinating work by some of our remarkable students.
The ever-growing W&L Digital Archive , which also includes work from faculty and campus organizations and offices, is accessible through the University Library Web site. Questions about the Digital Archive can be directed to Digital Scholarship Librarian Alston Cobourn.