Photo: Juergen Frank

Swannanoa Chamber Music Festival presents 46th season

July 2, 2015

Warren Wilson College’s Swannanoa Chamber Music Festival presents internationally and critically acclaimed musicians in five public concerts set for July and early August.

Warren Wilson College, May 2015, Swannanoa, North Carolina. (Photos by Chris Polydoroff)

Dean featured media expert as Supreme Court
hands down same-sex marriage ruling

July 1, 2015

Warren Wilson College Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College Paula Garrett provided her insight on the Supreme Court same-sex marriage ruling to multiple regional press outlets Friday.

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Warren Wilson College named a
2016 Fiske Guide “Best Buy”

Warren Wilson College is one of 44 institutions recognized by the Fiske Guide to Colleges Best Buys of 2016.

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Tucker Johnson selected for prestigious
American India Foundation Fellowship

Warren Wilson College alumnus Tucker Johnson ’15 is one of 33 people selected to the prestigious 2015 class of the American India Foundation (AIF) William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service in India.

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Warren Wilson College’s diverse, multicultural history featured in USA Today

June 26, 2015

Director of Alumni Relations Rodney Lytle and alumnus DruAnna Williams Overbay discuss Warren Wilson College’s history of diversity in the Asheville Citizen-Times and USA Today.

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Swannanoa Gathering

June 23, 2015

Concerts July and August

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Service Awards 2015

June 22, 2015

On May 15, twelve seniors, one staff, and one faculty were all honored for their outstanding service contributions. Each honoree was given a personalized speech researched and written by one of the Service Program Office’s student crew members.

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Field Day at the Berry Site

June 19, 2015

The Berry Site Archaeology Field Day will be held on June 20, 2015 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Archaeology professor David Moore and his colleagues believe this site to be the location of the native town of Joara, where the Spaniard Juan Pardo built Fort San Juan in 1567, predating the Lost Colony at Roanoke and Jamestown.

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Dean pens Huffington Post Religion Blog

June 17, 2015

Warren Wilson College Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College Paula Garrett provides a personal perspective on the evolving dynamic between faith and sexual orientation in her latest blog for The Huffington Post.

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Bowles speaking at HIGHER Ground
Women’s Leadership Development Program commencement

June 16, 2015

Vice President for Advancement K. Johnson Bowles is the featured speaker at the HIGHER Ground Women’s Leadership Development Program graduation, set for Friday, June 19.