The Warren Wilson Presbyterian Church and College Chapel resides in a beautiful A-frame structure made of wood and rock, as beautiful as it is holy. A campus treasure, it seems as new today as it did in 1964 when we opened its doors.
Freshman Ally Miller from Sparta, N.J., has planned a summer full of service by cycling across the country.
Laura Lengnick has been asked to write a series of articles on the National Climate Assessment and climate resilience in agriculture for the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project.
The 2014 Commencement was a celebration of the achievements of an accomplished group of graduates. After a chilly, foggy start to the day, a warm sun broke through for the College’s 46th Commencement as a four-year institution. Peter Sagal, host of NPR’s “Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!”, delivered his first college commencement address at the ceremony where 172 Warren Wilson graduates received their bachelor’s degrees.
WWC President Steve Solnick served as moderator of the 10th annual Power of the Purse luncheon in Asheville.
Over the past decade WWC science students have received more N.C. Academy of Science grants and awards than students at any other school.
Congratulations to junior Taylore Huntley, who received a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.
Warren Wilson senior Marshall McCollum and junior Owen Harris will travel abroad this summer as recipients of Critical Language Scholarships.
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Thanks to Sodexo for last night’s delicious breakfast and a fun time at the end of the academic year!
The 2014 Lettuce Eating Contest raised $578 for the Class of 2014 senior gift to the WWC Fund.
Stop by the Warren Wilson College Garden Market every Friday, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
David J. Bradshaw is among 20 faculty members nationwide chosen by the CIC and the Center for Hellenic Studies.
The Psychology Department has partnered with Hinds Feet Farm, a program for people recovering from an acquired or traumatic brain injury.
Faculty members Christopher Castellani and Mary Szybist and alumna Meghan O’Rourke are among the Guggenheim Fellowship winners for 2014.
For the eighth time since 2005, the guide has chosen WWC as one of the nation’s “Best Buys” among private colleges.
This spring marked just the second season for the Warren Wilson Road Bike Team, but thanks to an impressive spring campaign that exceeded expectations, the Cycling Owls sent a small crew to their first ever Road Bike National Championships in Richmond, Va.
Although forerunner Asheville Farm School was founded in the 1890s, Warren Wilson College has been awarding bachelor’s degrees just since 1969.
Senior Wendy Eliot is the winner of the photo contest for the Class of 2014 senior gift tattoo fundraiser.