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I was done with Washington & Lee. At first, I did everything a young alumnus was supposed to do, and even though money was tight, I gave.As time wore on, I felt very much like an outsider, especially up in the liberal oasis of New York City, over 400 miles away from W&L. It took me an embarrassingly long time to realize that the romanticized version of Robert E. Lee seemed to exist only in the South. And I realized the University had to change. Read more…