“Long ago, in Kentucky, I, a boy, stood
By a dirt road, in first dark, and heard
The great geese hoot northward.
I could not see them, there being no moon
And the stars sparse. I heard them.
I did not know what was happening in my heart.”
Robert Penn Warren
Audubon: A Vision (1969)
Welcome to Warren College! Our students, faculty, and staff are a vibrant community of smart, interested, and interesting human souls. We have introverts and extroverts, conservatives and liberals, thinkers and activists, combinations and subdivisions thereof, and a lot of in between, because no one is a simple story. We appreciate that robust and valued communities require all types of people, and we aspire to benefit humanity and the planet through our individual and collective efforts.
These pages introduce Warren College, Delbrück and Elliston halls, Warren College personnel and namesakes, and our programs, including many with our partners at Moore College. We intend Warren College as a mechanism -- an impressive collective intelligence -- for respecting what is happening in our hearts and minds as we experience this life together.
Douglas H. Fisher
Faculty Director of Warren College