Many were shocked and vilified when they first saw the advertisement of this “Noah’s Ark party.”
Elizabeth Gunto, staff writer On April 19, Warren Wilson College will celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day in Canon Lounge with poetry readings, an art show, old-time music and dancing. Poets, including Keith Flynn, Janisse Ray, Thomas Raincrow and Warren Wilson faculty such as Professor Catherine Reid and Sebastian Matthews, will read. The old-time [...]
Should the students choose to remain in Shepard next semester, it may mean adopting new lifestyle practices – both in and outside of the dorm.
Gabriel Sistare, editor-in-chief Warren Wilson continues to debate how safety on campus trails and forests can be improved. At a recent meeting, the Buildings and Grounds Committee discussed whether or not a permit system was a practical strategy. A permit system would allow the college to create a database of trail and forest users for [...]
While Sodexo is trying to improve their reputation, some students are still unhappy about supporting a corporate company with negative marks on its track record. Some want a change, but what would change look like and how much would it cost?
“a business, government agency, school, organization or large-scale facility that designed and implemented a composting or organics-recycling program that has been in operation for one year.”
On April 23-27 at 8 p.m. in the outdoor Kittredge Amphitheatre, the Warren Wilson Theatre will perform The Bacchae by Greek playwright Euripides.
Good conversation. Important topics. Great things to get excited about. Make it a point to stop by Thursday April 29; we look forward to seeing you!
The college community should have a chance to meet candidates for the dean of students position before the year is out.
The choice is yours: read the boards, consider your options, and eat consciously.
As part of an ELC Campus Greening Seed Grant, 5 minute hourglass timers are set to become a fixture in all bathrooms to help students become more conscious of their water use.
To adequately replicate the seasons and to represent the visions of vitality, a change in your own color is necessary.
Beyond local food, much of the campus culture revolves around another agricultural enterprise: the purchase and consumption of marijuana.
Warren Wilson continues to debate how safety on and in campus trails and forests can be improved.
Laura Vance, PhD Professor of Sociology and Chair of Women and Gender Studies For predominantly white, relatively affluent college students to have a campus party at which they dress and act as (their conception of) “thugs” and then, when questioned about this behavior, defend their “Thug Life” party as merely an excuse to “shake our [...]
An incident in which an individual from off-campus exposed himself to a bystander and started masturbating on the river trail has prompted the campus to assess the safety of campus trails and the issue of public access to the forest.
A selection from The Echo archives dated March 30, 1943.
The board of trustees’ Student Life Committee has been given a year to review proposed revisions to Warren Wilson’s current alcohol policy.
Warren Wilson graduate Tony Earley, class of 1983, has been chosen by President Sandy Pfeiffer to be the commencement speaker for graduation this spring.
Alec Hamilton, guest writer Aries – This is your time of year! Your birthday is coming up (or just past), spring is on its way, the butterflies are singing, the birds are chirping, and you are just about to complete the most epic aerial dougan of your college career. Consider creating a short film or [...]