Announcing the first-ever Warren Wilson College Documentary Film Festival, happening next week! This festival is a celebration of non-fiction filmmaking, featuring student and invited short films. Join us starting at 6 p.m. for live music and snacks, with film screening starting at 6:30 p.m in Kittredge Theater.
The North Carolina Stage Company opened the clever and timely comedy, "The Lifespan of a Fact" on April 13. The play is directed by Warren Wilson College Professor of Theatre Candace Taylor, and it stars Warren Wilson alumnus and up-and-coming actor Conor Donahue '17
Professor Mallory McDuff, Ph.D., went on a one-year journey to revise her final wishes with climate and community in mind. In her new book, Our Last Best Act, she shares stories about the options she explored—from green burial to human composting—including discoveries on Warren Wilson College’s campus. Check out her webinar and recent press coverage.
Groups of Warren Wilson College students used their Spring Break to make a difference in the community. Their volunteer work included building houses for Habitat for Humanity, prepping the gardens at Christmount, and doing field archaeology work at the Carson House in Marion.
Warren Wilson College’s journey to create an ethical and responsible endowment portfolio continues to get national recognition, most recently with a mention in Forbes. The endowment fund has gained a national reputation as a leader in climate change, diversity, equity and inclusion and ESG investing. The article specifically commends Warren Wilson College for its efforts […]