The display depicts the bounty of the harvests from the college’s farm and garden. The tradition began in 1933, when the Farm Crew, under the leadership of the Farm Manager Bernhard Laursen, installed a harvest display with bounty from the farm in the small de facto chapel in Sunderland.
Warren Wilson College students and faculty have, in partnership with local solar company SolFarm, broken ground an off-grid charging system for the college’s two new electric Solectrac tractors. The project marks the first stage in developing a demonstration site for the decarbonization of land management operations.
By Jake Frankel ’02 Classes with Professor of Psychology Dr. Bob Swoap were a revelation for Marisa Romeo ’15, marking a turning point that has led her to win ultramarathons and pursue a doctorate in Sport and Performance Psychology. Romeo originally came to Warren Wilson College planning to study biology, but that changed when she […]
On Wednesday, November 8 Warren Wilson College celebrated National First-Generation Day, a time to recognize the achievements and raise awareness of first-generation college students as well as first-generation faculty, staff, and alumni. 22% of our freshman class identify as first-generation students.
The Farm School General Store is a new retail space open Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. The store stocks all meat products, fresh vegetables, and items made by our Craft Crews and independent student makers.