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.
An open letter from Paula Garrett to the U.S. Supreme Court has been published by The Huffington Post.
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.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Voting Rights Act, four quiltmakers will discuss experiences with voting in Gee’s Bend from the 1960s.
Dining hall manager Brian O’Loughlin presented Chef Len Vertefeuille with a plaque from Sodexo for 25 years of service, all of which have been at WWC.
Campus electrician John Griffith and his Electric Crew students changed the fixtures in Bryson Gym to LED from fluorescent lighting to create considerable energy and cost savings.
WWC cycling coaches and team rider have top finishes in the Jerdon Mountain Challenge mountain bike race.
The 2014 WWC Service Day – the highlight of Orientation for new students – occurred at 22 community locations.
With a grant from WNC Communities and WNC Farmers Market, Warren Wilson College has partnered with Advanced Composting Technologies to build a demonstration site on campus.
WWC graduate Nora Frank has been accepted into the Peace Corps’ health sector and will deploy in March 2015.
The new graduating class of the renowned low-residency program includes nine graduates in poetry and seven in fiction.
The former head coach at Penn State Lehigh Valley will seek to build on the success of ex-Owls coach Rob Shook.
Warren Wilson College and partners held the annual Field Day day at the Berry Archaeological Site near Morganton, N.C.
Dr. Jeff Pettis, an entomologist with an expertise in honey bees, recently visited the College’s apiary. Read or listen to a story that features 2014 graduate Cecile Parrish and sophomore Shawn Ditzler.
The Registrar’s Office has released the Dean’s List for the spring semester at Warren Wilson College.