Adam Falkner, founder of the Project, will be on campus to lead two workshops and host two celebratory events.
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TO: Warren Wilson Jr. College — Swannanoa, North Carolina
The Warren Wilson College Alumni Board recently hosted an alumni gathering at the Asheville Area Arts Council.
Dialogue Arts Project founder Adam Falkner will be on campus in April to lead workshops on diversity. Contact the Theatre Crew at email@example.com for details on how to participate.
Warren Wilson’s Elizabeth Holden Gallery recently featured works of art by Warren Wilson College faculty.
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.
Just before Christmas, Rochelle Thom and her children settled in to their brand-new Habitat for Humanity home in Swannanoa, N.C. Rochelle, a kitchen manager working for Sodexo at Warren Wilson College, is a first-time homeowner and a single mom who has worked hard to create a better life for her two children.
Steve Solnick and Paula Garrett met with entrepreneurs March 25 to explore ways Warren Wilson College can be engaged in entrepreneurial opportunities.
Professor Susan Kask’s Environmental and Ecological Economics class is raising money to bid on the EPA’s SO2 (sulfur dioxide) allowances. SO2 causes acid rain, which is extremely harmful to the environment. The more permits Warren Wilson College purchases, the less will be available for big utility companies. Less permits means less SO2 in our air.
WWC chemistry professor John Brock has received a research-training grant for work at Hollings Marine Laboratory.
More than a decade after it opened, accolades continue to roll in for Warren Wilson College’s iconic EcoDorm.
Warren Wilson College’s basketball teams made it to the 2014 USCAA Basketball National Championships in Uniontown, Pa. The women received a No. 8 seed and the men a No. 5.
WWC Director of Spiritual Life and Chaplain Brian Ammons sat down with President Steve Solnick on Wednesday evening for a cozy fireside chat in the Work Program Office.
Numerous projects, from fence building to pond cleanup, are planned for Work Day 2014 at Warren Wilson.
On Monday, March 3, the Warren Wilson College community sent the men’s and women’s basketball teams off to the 2014 USCAA Basketball National Championships with a rousing pep rally. Check out the photos.
What’s better than a trip to the zoo on a school day? Visiting the Warren Wilson College Farm, of course.