For the eighth time since 2005, the guide has chosen WWC as one of the nation’s “Best Buys” among private colleges.
The wait just got shorter: Peter Sagal, host of NPR’s “Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!” is returning to Asheville to deliver the 2014 WWC Commencement Address.
More than a decade after it opened, accolades continue to roll in for Warren Wilson College’s iconic EcoDorm.
Warren Wilson College’s basketball teams made it to the 2014 USCAA Basketball National Championships in Uniontown, Pa. The women received a No. 8 seed and the men a No. 5.
The Fiber Arts Crew recently moved into a newly renovated studio on the campus Fortune property. On Feb. 26, they hosted an open house for the campus community to meet the work crew.
Second semester Sophomores must have completed PEG 1 and second semester Juniors must have completed 60 hours of service by April 14 in order to register for fall classes. Seniors must have completed 100 hours of service and the Extended Service Project (ESP) paper by April 24 to be cleared for May graduation.
The wait just got shorter: Peter Sagal, host of NPR’s “Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me,” is returning to Asheville in May.
If you’re a high school junior, sophomore or freshman, or a potential transfer, come to Spring Open House on March 29.
Catherine Reid, chair of Warren Wilson’s undergraduate creative writing program, receives the fellowship in prose.
Warren Wilson College’s Outdoor Leadership classes Initiatives for Adventure Education, taught by Jill Overholt, and Challenge Course Management, taught by Ed Raiola, worked together to create and implement an adventure education field trip for the sixth grade classes at nearby Art Space Charter School.
The award-winning ballad singer came to Sage Cafe Feb. 26 to tell the stories through song and a multimedia show.
You don’t have to venture into the 625-acre Warren Wilson College Forest to find trees – lots and lots of trees.
Led by senior Rashad Ali’s 25 points, the men’s basketball team stunned North Greenville, an NCAA DII team, 76-60.
Sage Cafe was filled with students, faculty and local residents to hear Kentucky Old-Time Fiddle Master Nikos Pappas play some beautiful tunes.
WWC seniors Suzie Ashford and Dani Henderson finished their home careers with a 64-55 victory over Welch College.
Taylore Huntley, a junior creative writing and mathematics major, presented with her Writing Center Crew supervisor, Julie Wilson, at the Southeastern Writing Center Association Conference at East Carolina University on February 6.