Day: December 5, 2000

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Student Reps Present 24-hour Visitation Options

On Wednesday and Thursday, a group of students will present a proposal for the implementation of 24-hour visitation in WCU’s residence halls. Nicole Reato, president of the Resident Student Association, Jonathan Rowe, student body president, and David Whitaker will make the presentation to the board for the pilot program, who […]

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LMP Presents Cravin Melon in Concert

This Friday night get together with friends and meet at Illusions Dance Club as WCU welcomes back Cravin’ Melon, a popular Southern alternative rock band. Last Minute Productions sponsors the event and invites everyone to come and enjoy the live performance. Cravin’ Melon’s concert will be held in the Illusions […]

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Lady Catamount Basketball Places Second in Weekend Tournament

The Western Carolina Lady Catamount basketball team placed second in the Beach Blast Tournament held last weekend in Wilmington. WCU fell to tournament host UNC Wilmington in the championship game after defeating the Lady Mountaineers of West Virginia in the opening round. Despite leading for most of the game, Western […]

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Higgins Clark duo Decks the Bad Guys

When Mary Higgins Clark, grande dame of suspense fiction and best-selling author, joins forces with her daughter Carol Higgins Clark, who has already proven her own literary strength with four best-sellers of her own, sparks are sure to fly. In their first collaborative novel, Deck the Halls, Carol’s creation, Reagan […]

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Catamount Basketball Drops Pair on Road

Poor shooting and falling behind early doomed the Western Carolina Catamounts as they dropped two non-conference games on the road. The Cats watched as the Clemson Tigers of the ACC connected on eight first half three-pointers en route to a 87-52 win on Saturday, with the UNC Asheville Bulldogs limiting […]

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Construction on Dodson Gazebo at a Stand Still

On the 13th of June, R.G.E. Associates began making improvements to the lobby of Dodson cafeteria and preparing for the placement of a metal pavilion or gazebo in front. They will continue their work through December, with hopes of completing the project in mid January. Amanda Leller is among many […]

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Wooten Named Active Vice Chancellor

The Executive Committee of WCU’s Board of Trustees has approved an acting vice chancellor for Administration and Finance, to replace Dr. C.J. Carter, who is retiring. Mr. George “Chuck” Wooten has been appointed as the acting vice chancellor effective January 1, 2001. WCU has recommended him formally to the University […]