Some of the employees in Leyburn Library and Telford Library might look just a bit younger than the rest of us. Those would be our student workers, who truly make it possible for the University Library to provide the resources and services which help define a Washington and Lee education.
Each spring we recognize the graduating seniors who have worked with us as student workers by purchasing a book of their choice, perhaps related to their major, their research, and/or their personal interest, and then placing a dedicatory bookplate in the front of the volume. These books and their bookplates, along with a little information about each student, will be on display on the Main Floor of Leyburn Library through the week of Commencement.
We enthusiastically thank these young women and young men whose work and spirit have done so much to enhance the University Library. We wish you the best of luck — and we will miss you!
Allan Blenman – Supernatural & Philosophy: Metaphysics & Monsters …for Idjits
Austin Smith – On the Road
Brittany Smith – Milton and the Making of Paradise Lost
Soon Ho Kwon – The Courage to be Disliked
Courtney Jenkins- Lipscomb – Stealing From God
Alex Dolwick – Running Flow
Ford Gassaway – Frederick II: A Medieval Emperor
Megan Doherty – Parkland: Birth of a Movement
Dianluca Carrilho-Malta – Crisis Cultures: The Rise of Finance in Mexico and Brazil
Yoko Koama – Kafka on the Shore
Access Services and Research Help
Hammad Ahmad – The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society
Anukriti Shrestha – The Martian
Leila Lubin – So Much Reform, So Little Change
Katherine Cheng – A Walk Across America
Aiden Valente – The Spirit of the Liturgy
Jenny Bagger – American War Poetry
Patrick Rothfuss – The Name of the Wind
Katherine Dau – Vienna: Art and Architecture
Claude Miller – Skate the World