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Archive for April, 2011

President Sandy Pfeiffer’s Message to the Warren Wilson College Community

President Sandy Pfeiffer addresses several recent events that have occurred on campus in this letter to the Warren Wilson community. Pfeiffer hopes to encourage a campus-wide dialogue this Friday, April 29 at 2 p.m.

Damages from flooding continue throughout semester

Student responsible for tampering with sprinkler head

Early vandalism to new vending machines indicates antagonism

College ends business with former provider and goes with franchisee

Faculty adjust access at DeVries next year due to increased theft

Staff and Faculty propose how to limit access to building

Warren Wilson College Wins Big At North Carolina Academy of Science

Many students take home awards for natural sciences

Health Center Relocated, Retains Hope

Sarah Banks, Staff Writer On the morning of Monday April 4, staff arrived at the Health Center to find the building had flooded substantially. The effected areas sprawled from the small examination room, to the waiting room and the counseling center. Additionally, bathrooms below the building and the basement were damaged. The cause of the [...]

Sports Rundown

Paddling and Frisbee

Cultural Appropriation at Warren Wilson College

White people can cut off their dreads or remove their bindis and recover all the privileges that might have been deferred because of their choice in appearance. It doesn’t work like that for everybody else.

Public Safety Report April 3-8

Attempted Break-in; Damage to Vehicle; and Theft

Public Safety Report March 21-27

Includes harassment, illegal party and vandalism

New governance model to restructure previous system

PAC members expected to hold more responsibility overseeing certain committees

Dispatch from Brazil: In Alecrim

Our correspondent moves through the country reflecting on the public healthcare system.

New Classes for Fall ’11

Courses include WRI 300 (Literary Magazine), Animal Rights; Human Obligations, Theory and Practicing in Tutoring Writing

Graduating senior comments on the vandalism that was recently directed towards Dean of Students Deb Myers

Hunt criticizes offenders as “‘local’ revolutionaries”

New voter ID state policy threatens students and minority populations’ right to vote

Chloe Stuber, ’11 Do you have a driver’s license? Does it show your current NC address and name? If you answered no to either of these questions, you will not eligible to vote in person in any upcoming elections if a new voter identification bill is passed by NC legislature. In March of 2009, NC [...]

Student Life questions Let’s Talk about Sex orientation program

Students continue to maintain support for presentation

Multicultural Resource Center “forgotten” without supervisor

After supervisor left, crew’s three members plan and organize crew-sponsored events on their own

Highlights from the space consultant’s report

Spacial needs include areas for students to congregate, meeting areas, and activity spaces.

The search for a new RISE director begins, slowly

Director of Student Activities, Dan Seeger, serving as interim supervisor

Assistant dean of student life position eliminated

Sherolyn Hopkins leaves post and college

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