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Allure of the Smoking Hut Vol.2

Some History Behind the Smoking Culture on Campus

Herbs as Brain Booster

The adult human brain weighs about three pounds. It contains a billion neurons that use twenty percent of the oxygen and blood in the body. Research indicates that brain function may be enhanced with the regular consumption of specific nutrients and herbs. This article will describe the possible brain-boosting benefits of several herbs. The Herb Crew and Wellness Crew prepare numerous products that contain these herbs.

My Time in the Pantanal Region of Brazil

By Lucy Sandberg This summer, I spent a month in the Pantanal region of Brazil working as a volunteer for the Wildlife Conservation Society-Brasil (WCS Brasil). The Pantanal is the largest tropical wetlands in the world. It has a high biodiversity of aquatic plants and over 600 bird species. In addition, this region is home [...]

Welcome to the MutiMedia Era

The Echo Embraces Video Journalism and Welcomes Videographer Amber Beidler

Winter Madness

Polar Vortex to Blame for heavy Snowfall and Extreme Cold Weather throughout North America and for Plenty of Warren Wilson Woes

The Allure of the Smoking Hut

A Photo Essay About Smoking Culture on Campus

The Warren Wilson Fiscal Plight

Anonymous Employee Leaks E-Mail Regarding Tuition Increase, Retirement Contributions Reduction and Work Contracts  Four days before the onset of the Spring 2014 semester, an email transcript from President Steven Solnick regarding the 2014-15 budget cuts appeared anonymously on the Facebook page “Confessions of an Owl.” The letter, addressed to Warren Wilson faculty and staff on [...]

Letter from the Editor: Taking off the MFA Rose Tinted Glasses

By Grace Hatton  On January 3rd , I flew back to Asheville from  my home in Florida to attend a class I’d been  looking forward to since freshman year, the  Master in Fine Arts in Creative Writing  residency. I was blessed to be accepted into the  January residency along with eight other  undergraduate creative writing [...]

Something Missing

 A look behind the music department at Warren Wilson  College and the limited potential for student musicians,  due to previous lack of practice space. By William Kissane, Staff Writer & Cartoonist     Warren Wilson College has been home to a surprising variety of  talented musicians over the years, especially for a school with no  music [...]

Pet Its Head

Why WWC Placed a Giant Bronze Statue of an Owl Outside Devries Gym    By Leo Proechel, Staff Writer  If you’ve walked by Devries Gym recently, you have probably noticed a sculpture of a  bronze owl flying through a ring.  This sculpture has caused some students to admire  its beauty and detailed design.  For example, [...]

The Mirror

Addressing Racism and Lack of Diversity on a Predominantly White Campus

Under the spotlight that the recent hate crimes have cast, Warren Wilson continues its commitment to improving the significant lack of color diversity across campus

Time off With Intention: Stories from Outside the Bubble

by Talia Winningham, guest writer

The Art of Motorcycles

Warren Wilson students form an art collective centered around a mutual love of motorcycles

On Auto Pilot: Auto Shop Operates Without Supervisor

A Farewell to Micah

The Echo’s Editor-in-Chief Micah Wilkins discusses Wilson, the Work Program and gives advice to a new editor

College Explores Possibility of Mitigation Bank on Campus

Faculty and staff members consider making the swim pond a restoration area under the Clean Water Act

We Aren’t Like Everybody, But Then Again… We Need a Facelift

Our work college is a “work in progress”

What’s the Business with Business?

Steve Solnick and Paula Garrett visit Student Caucus to explain the reasoning behind the termination of Warren Wilson’s business major

TEDx Comes to Warren Wilson

Twelve students present their speeches for TEDx

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