Return home this fall to visit with old friends, eat tasty barbecue on the Farm and cheer on the Fighting Owls in soccer.
Recent Warren Wilson graduate Skye Rios has been awarded a coveted NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
A retrospective of the late master sculptor and painter Vadim Bora will be held Sept. 28-Nov. 30 at Elizabeth Holden Gallery,
Steven L. Solnick, formerly New Delhi Representative for the Ford Foundation, assumed the presidency in July.
WWC receives a 2013 Case Study award from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
Chapel Hill resident Alice C. Buhl was elected board chair by the College’s trustees at their spring meeting.
WWC’s Service Program is recognized for its work in preparing students for effective community engagement.
Grammy Award winner Janis Ian sang and spoke to the delight of 222 graduates at WWC’s 2012 Commencement on May 12.
The nation’s first low-residency MFA program, a vital part of WWC since 1981, tops 46 current such programs.
The Owls as a team were second overall in Division II of the 2011 national championships at Angel Fire, N.M.
Seven Warren Wilson students have been awarded Derieux Prizes for Excellence in Undergraduate Research.
Five WWC students who presented at the N.C. Academy of Science annual meeting have been awarded Derieux Prizes.
WWC has received a substantial gift from the Margaret A. Cargill Foundation, supporting environmental studies.
The Warren Wilson men’s and women’s soccer teams look to extend their winning streaks Nov. 1 in the USCAA nationals.
On Aug. 19, about 350 students, faculty and staff will travel to 20 project sites to work on food security issues.
WWC’s Stan Cross and the internship program he manages have received the N.C. Coastal Federation’s Pelican Award.
WWC is No. 4 nationwide among Sierra’s “Coolest Schools” – schools recognized for their efforts to stop global warming.
Professors John Brock and Dongping Han have received a grant from the Luce Foundation for research in China.
The Warren Wilson Presbyterian Church will observe its annual Thanksgiving service and harvest celebration Nov. 20.