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Peter Sagal The Story Behind

The 2014 Commencement was a celebration of the achievements of an accomplished group of graduates. After a chilly, foggy start to the day, a warm sun broke through for the College’s 46th Commencement as a four-year institution. Peter Sagal, host of NPR’s “Wait Wait... Don’t Tell Me!", delivered his first college commencement address at the ceremony where 172 Warren Wilson graduates received their bachelor’s degrees.

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2015 Fiske Guide names Warren Wilson one of nation’s ‘Best Buys’

The Fiske Guide to Colleges again has chosen WWC as one of the nation’s “Best Buys” among private colleges.

WWC’s MFA Program for Writers graduates 16 at July residency

The new graduating class of the renowned low-residency program includes nine graduates in poetry and seven in fiction.

Robin Martin named Warren Wilson head women’s basketball coach

The former head coach at Penn State Lehigh Valley will seek to build on the success of ex-Owls coach Rob Shook.

Composting demonstration site coming to the Warren Wilson campus

With a grant from WNC Communities and WNC Farmers Market, Warren Wilson College has partnered with Advanced Composting Technologies to build a demonstration site on campus.

Swannanoa Chamber Music Festival’s 45th season continues till July 29

The new season includes performances in Warren Wilson College's Kittredge Theater and in Waynesville.

Energy savings in Bryson Gym

Campus electrician John Griffith and his Electric Crew students changed the fixtures in Bryson Gym to LED from fluorescent lighting to create considerable energy and cost savings.

Nora Frank ’14 is headed for Nicaragua with the Peace Corps

WWC graduate Nora Frank has been accepted into the Peace Corps’ health sector and will deploy in March 2015.

WWC MFA graduate named the first Henry Rutgers Presidential Professor

Poet A. Van Jordan, a faculty member at and 1998 graduate of the MFA Program for Writers, has been named the first Henry Rutgers Presidential Professor.

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