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The Administration

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To the Warren Wilson College Administration

   One of the most lasting gifts of higher education is that exceptional teacher, that mentor who gives a little more of themselves and asks a little more of us than all of the others. For many of us in the Warren Wilson community, that mentor is Steve Norris. Steve’s work in the community spans [...]

Heightening the Cost of Housing

What’s Causing the Increasing Cost of Break Housing, and How is it Affecting The Student Body?

Starting Wildfires

Examining the email that Spurred Posts, Emails and Confessions of Protest

In the Works

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

In Loving Memory

The Business Department, 80, of Warren Wilson College, Died Saturday, February 22nd of Unknown Cause

100 Years of Business

“[The business program] prepares students for the next century of environmental and social transition and change.”
-Susan B. Kask, Ph.D., Professor of Economics, WWC, “Business and Economics at Warren Wilson College,” 2010

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 [...]

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

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

Our work college is a “work in progress”

Administration Proposes to Cut Business Major

Looking to the Future with Dawn Medley

by William Kissane, staff writer

New Crew, New Rules

The Allies in Substance Abuse Crew Take Over the Party Contract Process

To Stay or Not to Stay, That is the Question

Warren Wilson College retention rate slumps below national average at 68%

Search and Expectations for the Gender and Relationship Director

A search committee is in the process of hiring a new Gender and Relationship Director and Title IX Coordinator

Solnick Delivers ‘State of the College’ Address at School Year’s First Community Meeting

by Micah Wilkins, Editor-in-Chief

Administration Reinstates Conduct Board

Starting again next year, a small group of students, faculty and staff will hear cases involving incidents of ‘community disrespect’

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

Solnick Unveils New Plans for President’s House

Rather than remodel the current president’s home on North Lane, the college will build a new house in a new location

Meet Alice Buhl, Chair of the Board of Trustees

The board held its first meeting of the year Feb. 7-9, and the Echo was able to speak with the Chair, Alice Buhl, about the role of the board, and what was discussed in the meetings

College Makes the Collective Decision to Not Hold Classes on a Federal Holiday

For the first time in Warren Wilson history, classes are not held on MLK day

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