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The Art of Motorcycles

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

A Farewell to Micah

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

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

Our work college is a “work in progress”

TEDx Comes to Warren Wilson

Twelve students present their speeches for TEDx

Students Attend Powershift

“The only limit is within yourself”

Women in Science at Warren Wilson

The Sweetest Addiction

As a member of the Wellness Crew I have taken on the task of writing a bi-weekly column in the Echo. The Wellness Cricket is a way to inform the Warren Wilson community about various issues pertaining to health and well-being

Campus Thefts Continue

Several crews continue to have their hard-earned funds stolen from their spaces

Writer In Residence on Campus: Karen Brennan

by Camille Panetta, staff writer

Response to “Service Hours: Few Have Got it Pegged”

Confused? Talk to us!

A Cruel Joke or An Institutional Failure?

The vandalism that was discovered on Monday is not an isolated incident

Administration Proposes to Cut Business Major

An Artist’s Perspective

Performance Artist Jefferson Pinder Visits Campus to Discuss His Work Exhibition

The Buzz About Beehive Collective

Non-profit artist cooperative gives presentation, displays their latest work, “Mesoamerica Resist,” at Warren Wilson

Don’t Have A Cow, Just Ask For More Beans

Cowpie Serving Size Blues

Don’t Critique What You Don’t Know

Junior Paul Neubauer responds to the Eco-Feminist Collective’s Op/Ed critiquing the display of meat on two covers of past Echo issues

Gabriel Setright’s Response to Meat

by Gabriel Setright

Co-op Living on Campus

Students are off the meal plan and on their own

Service Hours: Few Have Got it Pegged

Transition to the new PEGs service model causes confusion for many freshmen and sophomores

The Ultimate Assignment: My senior letter

by Micah Wilkins, Editor-in-Chief

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