Day: October 2, 2001

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STUDENTS WANTED!!

–Big Brothers/Big Sisters are needed for 1 hour a week on Tuesdays or Wednesdays. –Work-study students can get paid to tutor reading and math at a local school. –Other local agencies are seeking student volunteers. Call (828)227-3497 for details and an application.

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INTERNSHIP AT UNC-CH

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Government Dates: May 28, 2002 – August 2, 2002The Institute of Government Summer Intern Program offers much more than a summer paycheck. It is an unusual blend of learning, working, theory, and practice. This year the program will give twenty […]

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RED CROSS SENDS THANKS

JACKSON COUNTY RED CROSSBLOOD DRIVE @ SYLVA COMMUNITY CENTERSEPTEMBER 14, 2001 Thanks to all the Donors for making this a successful drive! SPONSERS:Western Carolina University Student ServicesWestern Carolina University Honors CollegeJackson County Department of Social ServicesPepsi Cola Bottling Company of Bryson City JACKSON COUNTY VOLUNTEERS:Judy Harris, Nancy Saxon, Amie Cosenza, […]

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Screaming and Wailing Never Sounded so Good

Cursive, an indie-rock band stationed in Omaha, Nebraska and signed to Saddle Creek Records, a label which houses some of the most influential, most poignant bands of today, released their latest EP late summer of 2001 and is getting great response. Cursive was formed in 1995 and consists of Tim […]

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Viruses Reach WCU

SirCam and Nimda, two prominent computer viruses, are making their way into computers in WCU residence halls and computer labs, prompting the Computer Center staff to push for expanding the virus protection program used on university owned computers to student computers. Along with students and their mandatory computers at the […]

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Volleyball Wins Three Straight

The Western Carolina volleyball squad won its third straight conference match Sunday at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (1-14, 1-5). Earlier in the week, the Lady Cats (8-6, 5-1) topped Furman at home and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga away. Sunday, Western handled UNCG for a 3-1 […]

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Blithe Spirit kicks off theatre season at Western

The hero of Noel Coward’s “Blithe Spirit” has an interesting problem. He’s got a beautiful woman who won’t leave him alone. If it doesn’t sound like a problem at first, one has to consider that the woman is his ex-wife, who died seven years ago. The University Players’ performance of […]

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Bailey, Attebery Named Athletes of the Month

Cullowhee, N.C. – The Western Carolina University athletics department has announced that Caleb Bailey (cross country) and Christy Attebery (volleyball) have been named the Arby’s/Catamount Student-Athletes of the Month for September. Bailey (Lawrenceville, Ga.) was named the Southern Conference Runner of the Week twice (9/12) and (10/2) for his performances […]

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Reader Feels US Foreign Policies Should Change

Dear Editor: Since the terrorist attacks on the Pentagon and World Trade Center, all I have been hearing on television is that it is probably the work of Osama bin Laden. Why? The number of people around the world that are angry over U.S. foreign policy is extremely large. Iraqis […]