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How Green Are We?

A Look Into the Purpose and Benefits of the Campus Farm and Garden and Their Place in Cafeteria Menus

On Auto Pilot: Auto Shop Operates Without Supervisor

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

Banjo Breeding

The Art Department grant allowed for a 4 week artist in residence program to aid students and community members in building instruments

New Crew, New Rules

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

RISE and Empower Relocate to Former Writing Center Space in Basement of Sunderland

by Grace Hatton, Reverb Editor

Several Crews Severely Understaffed This Semester

RISE to the Occasion

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

Work Day 2013

Echo Collects Awards from NC Media Association

Trashocolypse Targets Disposable Café Cups as Its Victim

Recycling Crew seeks to bring students’ attention the huge amount of waste that the campus produces

Capitol Ideas

Student Caucus Co-Conveners attend Work College Conference in Washington, D.C.

Students and Staff Attend Antique Tools Conference

by Jake Fraser, staff writer

Katie Gives Birth to a New Bull

Getting Dressed in the Dark

Guest Speaker Faith Hagenhofer Emphasizes the Importance of Knowing Where your Fiber Comes From

Sage Cafe Hosts Bake-Off

Sage Plans to Expand Its Menu Options With Three New Student-Made Desserts

A Big Big Love: Katie the Dairy Cow Finds Herself Pregnant

The Jersey Cow will not be producing milk for the community again until after her calf is born.

Preserving One of Wilson’s Oldest Buildings: Farm Replaces Roof, Begins Renovations on White Barn

Working for the Workers

Changes for the WPO after Karen Huntley’s departure

Warren Wilson and the RISE Project

by EW Quimbaya-Winship, RISE Project Director

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