Sari Bellmer, Correspondent April 24, 2011 I woke up at 5:30 this morning to go to the Wednesday morning feira (outdoor market) in Santo Antonio de Jesus, the town in which I have been staying for two weeks. I’m not sure why the market starts so early. When my friends and I arrived, though, I [...]
As the school attempts to move forward and heal, Myers reflects on the previous year and looks forward to the next.
During contract negotiations with the college, Sodexo proposed the alteration of dining facilities in order to better meet student needs. Proposals include the renovation of Cowpie and Gladfelter as well as the addition of a coffeehouse in lower Sunderland.
Our correspondent moves through the country reflecting on the public healthcare system.
Sari Bellmer, Correspondent I’ve been in Brazil for just three weeks now and it feels as though I’ve been here for ages, though I’m constantly reminded that I only just arrived. I am here in the city of Salvador, on the coast of Northeast Brazil. Here, verão (the summer) is coming to a close and [...]
Primary songwriter, Cassie Ramon, sits down with The Echo
The service learning office considers how to rework and strengthen the program
Caucus has expressed a willingness to work with Student Life so that challenges are addressed appropriately.
Echo Staff Writer, Christian Diaz, interviews an undocumented student who’s college career may be terminated if bill passes.
Micah Wilkins, Staff Writer The Warren Wilson Activist-in-Residence Program began in 2010, an idea envisioned by Director of Spiritual Life Leah McCullough. “The hope was to bring an activist to campus for an extended period of time [...] so that students could interact more deeply – to engage and learn from the person in formal [...]
To Black Mountain!
Checking the quality of the Swannanoa
The school, according to several students, fails to take into account a greater problem linked to substance use, particularly the smoking of tobacco. Students feel that there are too few opportunities and settings for students to gather and socialize. This problem has only been exacerbated by school policy, which makes it more difficult for parties to be organized. The introduction of party contracts and limits on the number of occupants allowed in rooms aggravate the problem of socializing further.
Chris Biddle, Staff Writer (cbiddle@wwc) It’s regrettably late on a Thursday night, and you’re working on that term paper that’s worth half of your grade. You use what information you can get in the library, but the key sources to pull your paper together can only be found on the Internet. The only problem is [...]
The Wabash survey results have sparked an intense dialogue among students and faculty at the college. “Let’s lay it out on the table and talk about it,” Jeff Holmes said.
Without revealing his identity, the “King of Toys” gives us a peek into his world of little plastic critters and night time installation adventures, and sparks a sense of curiosity and wonder in us all.
Morgan Steele, Staff Writer This year’s party culture is changing, and while individuals and organizations responsible don’t want to deprive you of your sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll (or dubstep, as your preferences may fall), they do want you to use your brain before, during and after partaking in any of the three. A [...]
College determines how to proceed after academic building is closed due to mold contamination
Beyond local food, much of the campus culture revolves around another agricultural enterprise: the purchase and consumption of marijuana.
Campus food co-operatives provide interesting alternatives for students dissatisfied with Gladfelter and Cowpie dining options.