Every fall, the International Programs Office invites WWC students, faculty, staff and volunteers to enter the annual International Photo Contest. This year, we received over eighty entries from places as diverse as Guatemala, Indonesia, and Tanzania. The photos were displayed in the library, and the campus community voted for its favorites. Have a look!
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Mary Szybist, Warren Wilson MFA faculty member since 2011, won the National Book Award for poetry for “Incarnadine.”
The choir will present the free concert Dec. 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the Warren Wilson College Chapel.
WWC’s Fall Open House for prospective students offered a terrific opportunity to really get to know the College.
Catherine Reid has guided any number of aspiring young writers at Warren Wilson since joining the faculty in 2006.
For the eighth time since 2005, the guide has chosen WWC as one of the nation’s “Best Buys” among private colleges.
WWC junior Amanda Wilson has received a 2013 Community Impact Student Award from North Carolina Campus Compact.
Six WWC students have received full or partial funding for proposals submitted to the Yarbrough Research Grants program.
Warren Wilson's Admission and Alumni offices will be hosting several events across the country this fall.