Two recent Warren Wilson College alumni and one current student completed NASA DEVELOP research fellowships this spring to create two new tools to prevent deforestation and wildfires by detecting seemingly insignificant things: tiny beetles and melting snow.
The April 2018 issue of EatingWell Magazine profiled Warren Wilson along with two other schools in a feature on sustainable dining options in higher education. The feature described the College as getting "an A+ when it comes to greener, better food initiatives."
Asheville, NC – Warren Wilson College proudly celebrated alumnus Billy Edd Wheeler (’53) for releasing his new memoir at a completely full house on-campus book release event in the Kittredge Theater on Saturday, April 7. Publisher BMG released the autobiography, Hotter Than a Pepper Sprout: A Hillbilly Poet’s Journey From Appalachia to Yale to Writing Hits for Elvis, Johnny Cash […]
“Over the past weeks, in the wake of the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, many young people have been inspired and motivated to engage in peaceful protests against gun violence and debate about gun control laws. We realize that some high schools have indicated that students may face disciplinary action for their […]
Join us as we celebrate the success of our men’s and women’s basketball teams with an on-campus Pep Rally! We’ll send them off in style by coming together as a community to cheer them on! You’ll get a chance to meet the teams, high-five Doc (our Owl Mascot!), get your spirit gear from the bookstore, […]
Swannanoa, N.C. – The Warren Wilson women’s and men’s basketball teams will be competing in the 2018 USCAA DII National Tournament. The tournament will start on Wednesday, February 28 and run through Saturday, March 3. On Monday, February 26, the Warren Wilson community will send the teams off with a pep rally at noon in […]
Redemption stories are often fascinating, but few have the plot of Reginald Dwayne Betts’ life. The Warren Wilson College graduate is an ex-con who is now practicing law as a member of the Connecticut bar. It’s a tale he plans to explore when he delivers the College’s 2017-18 commencement address next May. “Warren Wilson sets […]
The shared history between Warren Wilson College and Warren Wilson Presbyterian Church (WWPC) was on full display Sunday. In a nod to the College’s agricultural programs and products, the “harvest celebration” took over the chancel for the Church’s Thanksgiving service. From produce to livestock and products to tools, the display depicts the bounty of the […]
For decades, Warren Wilson College has listed its founding date as Nov. 30, 1894. The date is published in books and celebrated by “This Day in History” websites. However, new research has revealed a possible discrepancy in the College’s birth date. In April 1893, the Asheville Daily Citizen reported on the purchase of roughly 400 […]