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  • Carraux, Sarah (Editor); Havlicek, Leah; Howard, Molly; Howe, Lyn; Keeva, Anna; Klein, Rachel; Morkal-Williams, Sam; Raven, Jesse; Sellew, Aquilla (Editor); Shearon, Ruby; Trice, Bobby (2019)
    Auspex showcases fine capstone work of Warren Wilson College students. Pieces are created and submitted by students; recommended by faculty advisors; selected by an interdisciplinary faculty and student committee; and ...
  • Whisler, Reed (2019-12-13)
    A short history of traditional music instruction at Warren Wilson College.
  • Reynolds, Aspen (2019-12-13)
    A history of the Warren Wilson College Archives
  • Mitchell-Bennett, Malcolm (2020-12-02)
    A history of racial equity policies at Warren Wilson College.
  • Meissner, Amy (2021)
    Issue 3 of the journal Chatter Marks, “The State of Repair,” published by the Anchorage Museum and edited by Amy Meissner, is a polyphonic and intergenerational collection of narratives revealing the craft of repair through ...
  • Powers, Heather K. (2021)
    This twenty-year comparative visual and sensory ethnographic analysis of fiber studio photographs from the archive of 'American Craft Council Magazine' (2000-2020) foregrounded my embodied knowledge as a craftsperson. By ...
  • Goodman, Mellanee (2021)
    In the Fray: Black Women and Craft, 1850- 1910, examines the lives of Black craftswomen from enslavement and beyond emancipation, suggesting that these women have been historically invisible within and outside of the craft ...
  • Dailey, AJ; Hunter, Kelsey; Otsea, Simone (Warren Wilson College, 2021)
    College students and third graders interview local experts about how community members can be involved in solving the problem of climate change. Featuring Steve Ansari of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ...
  • Fransen, Alona; Carlton, Zack; Stumbo, Franco (Warren Wilson College, 2021)
    College students and third graders interview local experts about how community members can be involved in solving the problem of stray cats. Featuring Sarah Hess of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to ...
  • Davis, Clover; Coley, Keenan; Onderko, Jenna (Warren Wilson College, 2021)
    College students and third graders interview local experts about how community members can be involved in addressing the Covid crisis. Featuring Nurse Michelle Rehfield of Mission Hospital and Melanie Russell of Ingles.
  • Quezada, Ailani; Turner, Soco; Uotinen, Aaro (Warren Wilson College, 2021)
    College students and third graders interview local experts about how community members can be involved in protecting water resources and aquatic animals. Featuring Maya Balassa of RiverLink and Prof. Mark Brenner of Warren Wilson.
  • Smith, Kayla; Dole, Rae; Bozynski, Jen (Warren Wilson College, 2021)
    College students and third graders discuss how community members can be involved in solving the problem of homelessness. Featuring Rev. Amy Cantrell of BeLoved Asheville.
  • Work Program Office (Warren Wilson College, 2021-04-01)
    This reflection on the history and impact of Work Day at WWC was recorded on 1 April 2021 with retired Dean of Work Ian Robertson, current Associate Dean of Work Paul Bobbit along with faculty, staff and students.
  • Cordell, Kylie (Editor); Risano, Ana (Editor); Woods, Harley (Editor); Ludkey, Jack (Editor); Walker, Seth (Editor); Acocella, Daniel; Airing, Benjamin; Banowetz, Stella; Bloodworth, Chloë; Carlton, Denia; Carpenter, Carolyn; Davis, Heather; Fick, Serena; Garoufalidis, Thalia; Goodyear, Jordan; Grey, Ephraim; Karyo, Ruby; Larson, Rain; Lewis, Belinda; Poe, Hannah; Syverson, Ella; Williams, Jess; Woodring, Ursa; Wyrick, Carlos (Warren Wilson College, 2021-04-26)
    Peal is a student-run literary magazine published biannually and funded by Warren Wilson College. Peal accepts submissions of original poetry, fiction, drama, creative non-fiction, and visual art from students, staff, and faculty.
  • Mah, Mei; Miyakawa Cloke, Jennifer; Sanderson, Diana; Bradshaw, David O.; Conlan, Brian; Hidalgo, Ainara; Lalley, Annie; Mycoff, David; Orr, Doug; Palmer, Bridget; Razo Villaseca, Monica; Valentine, Heaven; Williams, Jess Burkett (Warren Wilson College, 2021-04-26)
    In 1943, as the United States was embroiled in World War II and anti-Japanese hysteria, Kuniko Hirokawa and Sally Mizokami, Japanese American women from a concentration camp in Arizona, attended Warren H. Wilson Vocational ...
  • Francis, Riley (2021-05)
    COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the normal functioning of and social processes throughout the world. Warren Wilson College, as have at other colleges across the country and the world, has had to respond and adapt to these ...
  • Fitzsimmons, Ivy (2021-12-13)
  • Treat, Kate (2021-12-13)
  • Allen, Tayzha; Mader, Audrey (2021-12-13)
  • Fowler, Tatum; Syverson, Ella (2021-12-13)