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A response to ADD Agnostic

Julia Page, senior 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 [...]

Wilson fans need to be more supportive and less vulgar

Professor responds to poor behavior seen at athletic events

Response to ADD Editorial

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 [...]

Coffee!

We need more of it in a larger variety, of a better quality and more frequently.

Brock calls for new process on diversity issues

Professor responds to equity stipend debate

Creating a new foundation for the college

College Chaplain Steve Runholt indicated in his Thanksgiving sermon that Warren Wilson College was founded on “three core Calvinist values: education, industry and righteousness.”

Why we don’t have snacks

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.

Response to governance editorial

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.

So you say you’re an environmentalist?

The recycling crew remembers Trashocalypse and tells us how waste compares.

A response to the “Noah’s Ark” party

Many were shocked and vilified when they first saw the advertisement of this “Noah’s Ark party.”

A Response to the “Thug Life” Party

Laura Vance, PhD Professor of Sociology and Chair of Women and Gender Studies For predominantly white, relatively affluent college students to have a campus party at which they dress and act as (their conception of) “thugs” and then, when questioned about this behavior, defend their “Thug Life” party as merely an excuse to “shake our [...]

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