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Archive for April, 2013

Steve Solnick’s Inauguration

The Disappearing Singles Act

Thanks to Higher Enrollment Singles in Dorms Are Being Reduced

“The Theatre Is Burning”

Sam Stewart puts on one-woman show

School is In Session This Summer

For the first time, Warren Wilson will offer summer classes in multiple disciplines

Trashy Beauty

A Reflection on the Recycled Art Show

College Signs Real Food Commitment

The school has committed to having at least 40% local, sustainable and fair trade food in our cafeterias by 2020

Standing Out Among the Lumberjacks

Junior Caleb Hawkins advances to National Collegiate Championship for timbersports

Paint It Gold: 2013 Circus Preview

The Mystery of Malfunctioning IDs

Discover What’s Causing Your ID to Abandon Functionality

This, Unfortunately, is Not the End

The capture of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev last week far from reaches any sort of resolution

Appalachia by Way of the Midwest

Senior Wes Tirey produces his own EP, I Stood Among the Trees

Swannanoa Should Not Just be a Temporary Home

by Micah Wilkins, Editor-in-Chief

Wilson Alumnae Take First Feature on Tour, Screening on Campus

Several Crews Severely Understaffed This Semester

The Last Word: Team Diadasia Spell Their Way to Victory at the 5th Annual Spelling Bee

by Grace Hatton, staff writer

Paddling Team Triumphs as National Champions, Continuing the Legacy

The Warren Wilson Paddling Team become American Canoe Association National Champions for the first time since these collegiate competitions began

Student Caucus Initiates Discussion Surrounding Tobacco Use on Campus

by Micah Wilkins, Editor-in-Chief

RISE to the Occasion

After the departure of Ew Quimbaya-Winship, Wilson newcomer Robin Rusbolt Takes on the Role as RISE Director

Tuition Continues to Rise

Warren Wilson is one among many colleges across the country that are struggling to keep school affordable while maintaining quality education

Sustainability Across the Triad

Part II: The Work Program

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