Warren Wilson College is one of the “Most Zen Schools,” according to

Warren Wilson College is one of the “Most Zen Schools”

September 4, 2015

Her Campus ranks Warren Wilson College fifth out of 10 schools providing activities, classes and programs to help students de-stress.

James Tyson, a 2007 Warren Wilson College graduate, returns to his alma mater Sept. 16, 2015, to speak about his partnership with Bree Newsome to remove the Confederate battle flag from the grounds of the South Carolina State House.

Warren Wilson College Spotlight Series begins with activists who took down Confederate flag

September 3, 2015

The Warren Wilson College 2015-16 Spotlight Series begins Wednesday, Sept. 16, at 7 p.m. in Kittredge Theatre with speakers James Tyson, a 2007 graduate, and activist Bree Newsome.

Mollie Donihe '16

Students and professor featured in WLOS story

Appalachian studies professor Julie Shepherd-Powell and students Mollie Donihe ’16 and Lyn May ’17 are featured in a story on WLOS about how a southern dialect can be a barrier in college.

Warren Wilson College students attend one of Sierra magazine's "Cool Schools."

Warren Wilson College is one of Sierra magazine’s “Cool Schools”

August 27, 2015

Warren Wilson College ranks 54 among the nation’s 153 “Cool Schools,” which is an indication of the institution’s “greenness” as determined by Sierra magazine.

(L-R) Warren Wilson College student Sophie Willihnganz looks on as Verner Center for Early Learning student Reagan Ferguson shows Courtney Schwein and Hill Fowler a freshly picked tomato during Warren Wilson College Service Day.

Incoming Warren Wilson College students make a difference in Buncombe County

August 21, 2015

Roughly 250 new Warren Wilson College students, along with returning students and faculty and staff members, kicked off the 2015-16 academic year with the annual Service Day, Friday, Aug. 21.


Warren Wilson College support for
Pine Ridge Indian Reservation featured in new book

August 20, 2015

Warren Wilson College psychology professor Kathryn Burleson, Ph.D., is a featured author in an influential new book that heralds the merits of taking students off-campus to learn with culturally diverse communities in the United States.

ADV_Student Exhibit 2015

Elizabeth Holden Gallery exhibitions

August 19, 2015

The Elizabeth Holden Gallery, located in the Holden Arts Building, presents three exhibitions in the fall semester.

Warren Wilson College Director of Alumni Relations Rodney Lytle (second from left) welcomes first-year student Grace Gilbert (third from left) and her family to campus.

Warren Wilson College welcomes the class of 2019

August 18, 2015

Nearly 200 first-year students arrived at Warren Wilson College Tuesday.


Asheville Normal and Teachers College Alumnae
Association meets at Warren Wilson College

August 17, 2015

Seven members of the Asheville Normal and Teachers College (ANTC) Alumnae Association made their way to Warren Wilson College for the 94th annual meeting, Friday, Aug. 7, 2015.

Students reflect at the conclusion of Warren Wilson College's Service Day 2014.

Warren Wilson College’s Service Day introduces students to service learning, supports Buncombe County nonprofits

August 14, 2015

More than 300 Warren Wilson College students, along with faculty and staff members, will descend upon Asheville, Black Mountain and Swannanoa for the College’s annual Service Day, Friday, Aug. 21.