Dr. Alisa Hove, professor of botany and chair of the biology department at Warren Wilson College, will compete in the first-ever JEOPARDY! Professors Tournament. Hove will be one of 15 instructors from colleges and universities across the country who will face the ultimate test in higher education when they step away from their classrooms and […]
In 1933 the Farm Crew, under the leadership of the Farm Manager at that time, Bernhard Laursen, began what may be the longest-running tradition in the history of this community: they installed a harvest display with bounty from the farm in the small de facto chapel in Sunderland. The display went up every Thanksgiving during […]
Opening September 9 at the Elizabeth Holden Gallery, Coco Villa’s “How to Turn Poison into a Meal” is a multisensory exploration into family history and the body as archive, told through video, movement, installation, textiles and participatory installation.
Nearly 350 Warren Wilson College students, faculty and staff started the school year by volunteering at 15 community organizations on Thursday, with many projects centered around issues of food security, education, and the environment.