In 2002, the art world was rocked to its foundation by a group of unusual, abstract quilts made by African American women from Gee’s Bend, Alabama. Listen to a Gee’s Bend interview that aired Sept. 26 on “The State of Things.”
The Fiske Guide to Colleges again has chosen WWC as one of the nation’s “Best Buys” among private colleges.
Thirteen first-year students who are enrolled in education professor Annie Jonas’ First Year Seminar, Experiential Learning, were recently welcomed by their third grade learning partners at Asheville’s Isaac Dickson Elementary School.
Warren Wilson has been recognized in “2015 Best Colleges” as having one of the nation’s leading service programs.
Though most teams depart for an away game with their t-shirts and sweats on, the Warren Wilson College Women’s Soccer team takes a different approach.
The summit brings together college and university leaders to focus on ways to strengthen campus climate action and sustainability initiatives.
This year, more than 350 Warren Wilson students, faculty and staff dispersed from campus to 22 partner locations across Buncombe County, N.C. Their primary mission: to get to know the greater community better by helping the greater community, something that has been the Warren Wilson way for longer than anyone can remember.
Warren Wilson College has a new scholarship to help support students with financial need, thanks to long-time friend and supporter, Ann Smith Rice.
An open letter from Paula Garrett to the U.S. Supreme Court has been published by The Huffington Post.
President Solnick led the fall 2014 Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, August 12 with faculty and staff attending. After recognizing new Warren Wilson College employees, he began his presentation, which was followed by a question and answer segment.
K. Johnson Bowles, an Associate VP at Longwood University, has been named WWC Vice President of Advancement.
Poet A. Van Jordan, a faculty member at and 1998 graduate of the MFA Program for Writers, has been named the first Henry Rutgers Presidential Professor.