The Warren Wilson College Board of Trustees, students, staff and faculty met Feb. 21 to discuss ideas for the student learning initiative known as the QEP (Quality Enhancement Plan).
Catherine Reid, chair of Warren Wilson’s undergraduate creative writing program, receives the fellowship in prose.
The award-winning ballad singer came to Sage Cafe Feb. 26 to tell the stories through song and a multimedia show.
Warren Wilson College’s Outdoor Leadership classes Initiatives for Adventure Education, taught by Jill Overholt, and Challenge Course Management, taught by Ed Raiola, worked together to create and implement an adventure education field trip for the sixth grade classes at nearby Art Space Charter School.
To check the status of classes the College schedule, call the College hotline at 828-258-4521.
Students, keep in mind that classes may be canceled or work crew schedules altered if the professor or supervisor is unable to travel to campus. If your crew supervisor is not available, report to the work program office.
When classes are canceled, the College will continue other operations for the well-being of residential students.
You don’t have to venture into the 625-acre Warren Wilson College Forest to find trees – lots and lots of trees.
Led by senior Rashad Ali’s 25 points, the men’s basketball team stunned North Greenville, an NCAA DII team, 76-60.
Sage Cafe was filled with students, faculty and local residents to hear Kentucky Old-Time Fiddle Master Nikos Pappas play some beautiful tunes.
A $107,960 grant from the Charles H. Kaman Charitable Foundation will help complete the upgrade of the music wing.
WWC seniors Suzie Ashford and Dani Henderson finished their home careers with a 64-55 victory over Welch College.
Taylore Huntley, a junior creative writing and mathematics major, presented with her Writing Center Crew supervisor, Julie Wilson, at the Southeastern Writing Center Association Conference at East Carolina University on February 6.
Jane Margaret Bell shares her undergraduate research on phthalates (synthetic chemicals) in alligators and their metabolism patterns. It’s a story of science and catching alligators in Florida. Have a look!
Alternative break trips are weeklong service experiences over fall and spring breaks. The focus of break trips vary each semester. They can focus on issues from food security to the environment, to housing and homelessness, to race and immigration, to youth and education. Break Trips are designed and co-led by two students.
It smells like smoke! On Tuesday the Landscaping Crew worked on a controlled burn of native grasses at different sites around campus.
Come learn more about our community members and discover how they have come to be where they are today and the meaning they find in their work. Our featured guests include staff, faculty, an alumnus, and the president.
Maryka Lier ’06 invites the Warren Wilson College community to the Minority Health Conference (MHC), the largest, longest-running student-led health conference in the United States.