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Archive for October, 2013

Ecofeminist Author Carol Adams to Speak Nov. 5 at Warren Wilson

Teaching Science and Technology with the Help of a Robot

After school program developed by Warren Wilson student Claire Doemland

200-Year-Old Oak Tree Cut Down on Main Campus

‘Standing Up Mountains’ Presentation Set for Nov. 5 at Warren Wilson

Volunteering with ESL Parents and Students at Hall Fletcher Elementary

by Kaitlyn Waters, staff writer

Orgullosos

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with Marisa Rivera

Sitar Master to Present Events Nov. 3 at Warren Wilson, White Horse

Wilson Goes to War

Appalachian Semester

Two years in the making, it finally happens

The Art of Work

Multimedia Artist Jefferson Binder brings his short films to Holden Gallery to discuss issues of racial identity and work

Untied Condoms, Unappreciated Recourses, Unfinished Business

by Emily Bader, guest writer

Karen Turns a Bad Day Into A Good One

Water aerobics class is more than just staying in physical shape

Banjo Breeding

The Art Department grant allowed for a 4 week artist in residence program to aid students and community members in building instruments

Activist Si Kahn Performs in Sage Café

Bluegrass singer/songwriter Si Kahn performed in Sage Café Oct. 2

Warren Wilson’s Madosky to Give Lecture Oct. 17 on Outer Banks Feral Horses

Looking to the Future with Dawn Medley

by William Kissane, staff writer

Long Live the Party

What You Can Do to Ensure Contracted Parties Don’t Get Shut Down

Crushes, Confessions and Confusion

The Admins of Warren Wilson Crushes and Warren Wilson Confessions Pages answer the Echo’s questions

Governor Passes Voting Law Which Creates More Obstacles for Students, Minorities

by Micah Wilkins, Editor-in-Chief

A New Approach to General Education

Warren Wilson adopts Gen Ed framework more suited to the college’s mission statement, to be implemented next Fall

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