The nationally renowned Warren Wilson College MFA Program for Writers will hold a series of public readings and lectures from January 2 – 11, 2020 at the Blue Ridge Assembly in Black Mountain, North Carolina.
Join the MA in Critical Craft Studies for public conversations about research and projects connected to craft studies. Craft Conversations is a five-part series organized by the MA in Critical Craft Studies, Warren Wilson College, and hosted at the Center for Craft in the heart of downtown Asheville.
Warren Wilson senior Chandler Scott-Smith is a recipient of the North Carolina Campus Compact’s Community Impact Student Award. The award recognizes students with a deep commitment to community involvement and ability to inspire peers.
While doing routine sampling at Beaver Lake, Mark Brenner‘s Aquatic Ecology course discovered a toxic algal bloom. Shortly after the results came back positive for the toxin known to be deadly to dogs and poisonous to humans, Brenner notified state officials and Beaver Lake was closed. The discovery could have saved a few Asheville dogs’ […]
After a thrilling 2-0 victory against crosstown foe Brevard College, the Warren Wilson Women's Soccer program learned that they will be competing in the USCAA Nationals in Virginia Beach, Va. This appearance will mark its first since 2015 when the Owls hosted the National Tournament.
The Elizabeth Holden Gallery is hosting a new exhibition, "Yes, And — Roney As Always Available, 2015-2019," featuring local artist Nathanael Roney, from November 7 through December 10, 2019. The opening of the exhibition will take place Thursday, November 7 from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.