February 27, 2015
Wednesday, March 4, 7 p.m., Canon Lounge. Each term, the Office of Academic Affairs and the Career Development Center will be hosting a panel of professionals who will speak about their experience within a particular career area, and we’re kicking off the series with LAW.
The men’s basketball team will make its third straight appearance at the USCAA DII National Tournament in Uniontown, Pa., as the #8 seed. The Owls won the 2013 USCAA National Championship.
Peace and Justice Studies professor Rima Vesely-Flad and students who traveled to Ferguson, Mo., to protest the outcome of the Michael Brown case are highlighted in an Asheville Citizen-Times article. You can read the story here to learn more about how our students are fighting for social justice in the United States.
February 23, 2015
Students in biology professor Jessa Madosky’s fall semester Ecology class prepared the successful certification application after collecting data documenting work done by the College’s student Landscaping Crew.
February 19, 2015
At a work college, students learn not only in classrooms but also through jobs grand and lowly: tutoring peers, managing applications, mowing the grass, milking cows on the campus farm, cleaning toilets.
Warren Wilson College may be a relatively small institution, but the College has a big economic impact beyond its Swannanoa Valley campus.
Women in New Religions, a book by WWC Sociology/Anthropology Professor Laura Vance, was recently published by NYU Press.
February 17, 2015
The Warren Wilson College A.P.I.S.A (Asian and Pacific Islander Student Alliance) is hosting the 4713 Chinese/Lunar New Year celebration on Sunday, Feb. 22 at 3 p.m. in Canon Lounge. Everyone is invited to celebrate the new year with good food, games, music and performances!
February 11, 2015
The people who packed Warren Wilson College’s Holden Auditorium for the screening of “Come Hell or High Water” saw a powerful documentary about residents of a Gulf Coast community fighting for basic social and environmental justice.
February 4, 2015
There are big court decisions, and even bigger court decisions – those that are clearly landmark rulings. Just a decade or so after graduating from Warren Wilson College, Jessica Culpepper ’04 is a lead attorney in one such landmark decision.