by Morgan Steele, design editor
Carson Hall, the oldest building on Warren Wilson College’s campus, was demolished last week.
Freshman David Enge was dismissed from school April 15 after live ammunition was found in his room
The following three pieces represent the thoughts of a current undergraduate, recent alumna, and staff member about the contributions of the students and faculty of the Master of Fine Arts program to our community. We write these in response to complaints about the program and in hopes that the community at large will understand that [...]
Due to changes in the governance structure, caucus elections will take place in the fall. Two of the three co-conveners are leaving the position, and Kyja Wilburn, junior, will be the only co-convener for the first three weeks of school.
by Micah Wilkins, Echo online writer In light of recent incidents that have taken place on campus, members of the President’s Advisory Committee (PAC) have been encouraging and facilitating dialogues and discussions surrounding issues of communication on campus. President Sandy Pfeiffer called on members of the campus community last Friday to “take a break from [...]
Two events of vandalism in late March and early April directly targeted Dean of Students Deb Myers. On March 8, the road that runs between Dodge House and the smoking hut was vandalized with the words: “Deb Myers: Civil War or Civil Governance The Revolution Will be Local.”
by Nathan Gower, copy editor The opinions expressed in this article are those of its author, and in no way reflect the opinions of The Echo or Warren Wilson College. The author takes sole responsibility for all claims made. Student gripes with campus administration are familiar at any institution of higher learning. Despite Warren Wilson [...]
by Maddy Dillon, staff writer Multiple fliers making unfounded allegations about Dean of Students Deb Myers and her family were found on campus. The flier incorrectly spelled Myers’s name. According to Public Safety Director Terry Payne, a public report is not available for this incident because the investigation is still on-going. Fingerprints and certain distinguishable [...]
Student responsible for tampering with sprinkler head
College ends business with former provider and goes with franchisee
Staff and Faculty propose how to limit access to building
Many students take home awards for natural sciences
Sarah Banks, Staff Writer On the morning of Monday April 4, staff arrived at the Health Center to find the building had flooded substantially. The effected areas sprawled from the small examination room, to the waiting room and the counseling center. Additionally, bathrooms below the building and the basement were damaged. The cause of the [...]
PAC members expected to hold more responsibility overseeing certain committees
Students continue to maintain support for presentation
After supervisor left, crew’s three members plan and organize crew-sponsored events on their own
Spacial needs include areas for students to congregate, meeting areas, and activity spaces.
Director of Student Activities, Dan Seeger, serving as interim supervisor
Sherolyn Hopkins leaves post and college