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Warren Wilson College Hopes to Salvage Historic Work Program Office Log Cabin

by Karlyn Hunt, staff writer

Student Services Director Jim Lauer to step down from post at Warren Wilson College in January

Lauer leaves 24-year legacy of leadership and intercultural exchange

Outdoor Programs Crew Expands Programs to Cater to the Diverse Desires of Warren Wilson College Students

by Karlyn Hunt, staff writer

Two bird-loving students start up Bird Crew in order to share information about Warren Wilson campus birds

by Morgan Steele, Design Editor

Katie Buehner Leads Warren Wilson EMPOWER Crew

by Maddy Dillon, staff writer

Transitions in Warren Wilson College Facilities Management and Technical Services are Underway

by Maddy Dillon, staff writer

Hair Studio Crew Offers Free Haircuts and More New Services

by Ginny Rosson, photographer

Work Program Office Introduces New Crew: Trail Rangers

by Nathan Gower, staff writer

New RISE Director Has Tough Act to Follow

by Maddy Dillon, staff writer

Multicultural Resource Center “forgotten” without supervisor

After supervisor left, crew’s three members plan and organize crew-sponsored events on their own

The search for a new RISE director begins, slowly

Director of Student Activities, Dan Seeger, serving as interim supervisor

Energy Services audits service learning building

Crew assesses energy efficiency of older office on campus

Plumbing crew participates in “green plumbing” workshop

Students learn how to bring environmental literacy to the plumbing trade

Garden Crew welcomes a new supervisor with nearly 20 years of garden management experience

Patrick Ross, with 20 years of garden management, will lead the crew.

Queer Resource Center merges with EMPOWER

Crews with similar priorities join forces

Biggest energy burden on campus: water

Jess Fadem, Energy Services’ plumbing specialist, developed a plan to drastically reduce water usage in a majority of buildings across the Warren Wilson College campus.

Harvest service includes animals, a decades-old tradition

The Thanksgiving harvest display has included animals from the farm for 77 years, a tradition which began with Bernhard Laursen, the college’s first farm manager in1933, the College Pastor Steve Runholt said in his sermon.

Grower pigs contract porcine cirvovirus type 2, 8 get sick or die

“Out of out of our 40 pigs, we had eight get sick or die,” said Chandler. “We had a vet come in and try to give them antibiotics, but that did not work. Nothing seemed to be working.”

Stream diversion by MACFC

This fall, the Farm Crew set out to restore the landscape surrounding a stream by Dam Pasture.

Farm Manager Chase Hubbard elected to Conservation Board

Warren Wilson’s Farm Manager Chase Hubbard defeated incumbent Jeff Turner on Tuesdays’ election by 143 votes, earning a spot on Buncombe County’s Soil and Water Conservation Board.

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