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The Divestment Campaign and You

How You Can Help

Changes to Come at Old Coggins

A development in the works at Old Coggins Farm could mean negative effects to the surrounding community, including Wilson.

In the Works

What Actually Happened to Carson Hall and What Steps the College is Taking to Replace it with a New Academic Building.

Fresh Starts for Fiber Arts

Fiber Arts Crew Moves into a New Studio and Starts The Process of Creating a New Dye Garden

Innovation and Compost

In a Progressive New Experiment, Recycling Center Collaborates with Farm Crew to Revamp the Way Food Rots at Warren Wilson

Winter Madness

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

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

Warren Wilson Receives $400,000 Gift for College Forest Management, Education

“The only limit is within yourself”

Women in Science at Warren Wilson

Warren Wilson to Host ‘Small Stories, Big Changes’ Panel Discussion Nov. 11

A panel discussion and book signing featuring contributors to “Small Stories, Big Changes,” a book about community sustainability change-makers, will be held Nov. 11 at Warren Wilson College. The event, free and open to the public, is scheduled from 6:30-8 p.m. in Canon Lounge of Gladfelter Student Center. The panelists provide a mix of community [...]

Ecofeminist Author Carol Adams to Speak Nov. 5 at Warren Wilson

200-Year-Old Oak Tree Cut Down on Main Campus

Untied Condoms, Unappreciated Recourses, Unfinished Business

by Emily Bader, guest writer

Warren Wilson Receives Top Case Study Award from Sustainability Association

Six Warren Wilson Students Receive Yarbrough Grant Funding

Rain, Rain, Go Away!

Western North Carolina receives 30 inches more rainfall than normal for this time of year

Students Travel to the Old Coal Town of Appalachia, VA

by Sheridan Boyle, guest writer

Let’s Get Real

Warren Wilson Becomes First College in Southeast to Sign the Real Food Commitment

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

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