As usual, the afternoon fun began outside Gladfelter Student Center. "Thanks for showing up," Dean of Work Ian Robertson said through a bullhorn to the large gathering of students, faculty and staff for Work Day 2104. "The order of business for the day," Robertson continued, "is fun... followed by fun... followed by more fun." To which one Warren Wilson student naturally shouted out, "I like fun!"
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The wait just got shorter: Peter Sagal, host of NPR’s “Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me,” is returning to Asheville in May.
The Sixth Annual Academic Capstone Carnival is May 5-6 on the Warren Wilson College campus.
Faculty members Christopher Castellani and Mary Szybist and alumna Meghan O'Rourke are among the 177 Guggenheim Fellowship winners for 2014.
On April 12, 115 donors, students, alumni, staff and guests attended the Scholarship Luncheon.
In its 2013-2014 season finale, Warren Wilson Theatre will present George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion."
The concert, free and open to the public, begins at 3 p.m. in the College Chapel.
Three WWC students who presented their research at the N.C. Academy of Science annual meeting were awarded Derieux Prizes for Excellence.
Congratulations to 175 Warren Wilson students who made it on the Fall Semester Dean’s List.