Warren Wilson student Baileigh Sinaman-Daniel will be featured on The Jennifer Hudson Show. Sinaman-Daniel’s journey is one of extraordinary resilience and determination. Despite being born with one arm, she plays on the Warren Wilson women’s basketball team and is an inspiration to her peers. The Jennifer Hudson Show showcased her remarkable story, highlighting […]
On Saturday, April 13, Warren Wilson College will host Fiddles and Folklife, an annual Appalachian festival and old-time music competition with cash prizes for old-time fiddle, banjo, folksong, flatfooting, and string band. Other activities include old-time music jams, food and craft vendors, folklife demonstrators, and a cake raffle. It all takes place 12:00 PM – […]
Warren Wilson College has announced the introduction of a Master of Science in Applied Climate Studies. The new program builds on Warren Wilson’s decades-long legacy of leadership in climate action, as well as the strength of the college’s existing undergraduate programs in environmental science and environmental studies.
In celebration of Black History Month, Dr. Sam Waymon will give a concert in Kittredge Theater. Musical director Dr. Samuel Waymon is an award-winning film composer, songwriter, performer, singer, pianist, and brother of the late Nina Simone. Sam co-wrote many of Nina’s popular songs; and toured with her band for her first 25 years as […]
On Thursday, January 25, at 7 p.m., the Warren Wilson Indigenous Student Association, the Office of Inclusive Excellence, and the Library invite you and your students to Kittredge Theatre for a screening and filmmaker discussion of ᏓᏗᏬᏂᏏ (We Will Speak), a feature-length documentary collaboration chronicling the efforts of Cherokee activists, artists, & educators fighting to save the Cherokee language.
Warren Wilson College has received a Women’s Triathlon Emerging Sport Grant through USA Triathlon. The grant will allow Warren Wilson to establish a new varsity women’s triathlon program, to begin competing Fall 2024.