May 5, 2015
Warren Wilson College’s Spotlight Series for the 2014-15 academic year concludes May 7 with a presentation by poet Nikki Giovanni titled, “Diversity as Art: Art is Diversity.” The event, free and open to the public, begins at 7 p.m. in Kittredge Theater, at the north entrance to campus.
Yes, Vice President George H.W. Bush delivered the address in 1986, about 2½ years before he was elected President. That also was the year Ben Holden retired after a successful 15-year run as Warren Wilson’s second president.
May 4, 2015
Librarian and film professor Heather Harvey and biology professor JJ Apodaca have teamed up with WildSouth and eight very dedicated students to create a series of conservation based documentaries.
May 2, 2015
Warren Wilson College’s long list of environmental plaudits has just grown lengthier still, with WWC being named second nationwide among College Magazine’s “Top 10 Greenest Campuses.”
May 1, 2015
Junior Ben Linthicum says his path in life has been guided for some time by a single question: “How can I meaningfully contribute to ecological sustainability?”
April 30, 2015
Dance Matters: Stepping Towards Racial Equity is an interactive workshop hosted by Maryland’s Dance Exchange. Join them on Tuesday!
April 29, 2015
Read Dean Paula Garret’s Huffington Post story, “Dear Supreme Court Justices: You’re On Deck.”
April 23, 2015
Proyecto Jirondai are leading voice projects in their communities, teaching children their song, and facilitating technological tools to record the voices of the bearers of tradition in audio and video.
April 13, 2015
Cheer on the Cycling Owls in the national championships!
Read the story in the New Yorker.