The WWC men’s and women’s teams are seeded eighth in the championships at the Lewis Soccer Complex in Asheville.
As the 80 year old Carson Hall is torn down in preparation for a new building, class of ’59 alumnus Danny Starnes shares one of the old building’s many stories.
Warren Wilson has been selected as a member of the 2010 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
The search is under way for Warren Wilson’s seventh president, who will assume the position in July 2012.
2011 commencement speaker Sylvia Earle broke new ground when she delivered the address May 14 on Sunderland Lawn. A National Geographic Society Explorer-in-Residence, the pioneering Earle was indeed the first oceanographer to give a commencement address at Warren Wilson College. Many other fields and professions have been represented by speakers that have included writers, educators, clergy and singers/songwriters.
Senior Class Speaker Sam Wasko restores order I love the speeches of graduation: the appreciation, the stories, the quotes, the heartfelt wishes, the charge to do one’s best and then the grand ‘sending-forth’ – it’s all very exciting. I am honored to contribute. Of course, within the five minutes allotted to me, I will [...]
The yearbook, Parliament 2010-2011, is now available in all formats in both electronic downloads or print ordering.
A near record number of Warren Wilson graduates enjoyed good weather and inspiring remarks at Commencement.
“There is something really incredible about our Circus. When we refer to ‘circus’ as a part of our curriculum, we refer to this production,” says Chris O’Leary, who wrote the script and theme of this year’s Circus. “It is something more than just the sum of acts; it’s a journey. If you think of the school as a community of individuals with an incredible freedom of self-expression, the Circus is a culmination of that creativity.”