Professor responds to poor behavior seen at athletic events
Julia Page, ’11 I appreciated your decision to publish an anonymous article about the stigma attached to having a diagnosis of, and taking medication prescribed for, ADHD. Like the author of that piece, I have ADHD and have been taking Concerta off and on, in various dosages, since I was in high school. I like [...]
We need more of it in a larger variety, of a better quality and more frequently.
Professor responds to equity stipend debate
Members of the Warren Wilson College Community, I’ve recently had two very interesting talks with two different friends about Attention Deficit Disorder. I myself am diagnosed with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder), which is encompassed by the ADD label. This has always been a delicate issue among my friends, family and in my own private [...]
Many of us are familiar with the story of how the Ninja Turtles came to be: a container of radioactive green glowing ooze spilled out onto four baby turtles and a rat causing them to grow abnormally large and super smart. After extensive training from Splinter in the art of ninjutsu the Teenage Mutant Ninja [...]
from The Theater Crew Warren Wilson begins the new year with a Jacobean tragedy full of lust, treachery, retribution and – oddly – humor. Written by Thomas Middleton, Shakespeare’s contemporary, “Women Beware Women” has recently been performed by London’s National Theatre and the Red Bull Theatre of New York City. Written almost 400 years ago and adapted [...]
College Chaplain Steve Runholt indicated in his Thanksgiving sermon that Warren Wilson College was founded on “three core Calvinist values: education, industry and righteousness.”
Warren Wilson College lacks a suitable space in which students can congregate. Most colleges are outfitted with some center which features various services for students throughout the day: food, activities, rest and a place where students can commune between classes and work.
Warren Wilson College, special, because of where it is, because of our Triad-grounded education – with a further special, a governance system unique to the way we order our daily life.
Many were shocked and vilified when they first saw the advertisement of this “Noah’s Ark party.”
Good conversation. Important topics. Great things to get excited about. Make it a point to stop by Thursday April 29; we look forward to seeing you!
A submission from Gideon Burdick, the student trustee.
Is there a more environmentally friendly and sanitary method to cleaning yourself after taking a poop than toilet paper?
On April 14, Warren Wilson Students for Change will be hosting incumbent state representative Bruce Goforth and challenger Patsy Keever for a debate on campus in preparation for the upcoming primary.
Matthew Byers, senior editor If you’ve ever been to a Greyhound station, you have an idea of what it’s like in the waiting room at the Plasma Biological Service (PBS) donation center. The hard plastic chairs, the vending machines, the amount of blood you’re liable to see – all identical (kidding about the blood). But [...]
Alex Morris, senior editor It was April Fool’s day a year ago, I remember so vividly, when The Echo crew made a decision to publish a joke paper for the day. Among other funny works, there was included in the satirical issue a play article on Sandy Pfeiffer’s house as a trailer, Cows on Campus [...]
Billy Peard, guest writer It was six years ago this month that I first set foot on campus as a prospective student and discovered the magic that is Warren Wilson. The last signs of winter were receding and the final scraps of debris were being cleared away from the old Schaefer as I strolled around [...]