Day: June 13, 2002

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Ombudsman

It has been nine months, almost to the day, since the tragedy of last year. Four planes, three buildings, nearly 3,000 people and innumerable lives changed in one United States. Nine months may have dulled the pain, but the wound has not yet begun to heal. The tragedy begat a […]

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June 2002 Psychicscopes

Gemini (May 21- June20) Sometimes you take yourself a bit too seriously. This month try settling down. You don’t have to have your whole life planned out just yet. Give yourself some time and a little space for those mistakes that make life worth living. Cancer (June21- July 22) Love […]

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The Bottom Line With Lee Schwarz

Summertime presents a great opportunity for college students to work and save money for the upcoming school year. Most students do not take classes in the summer, and most tourists travel in the summer. Both of these factors equal a relative boom to our economy. Therefore, the summer allows us […]

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ASK KITTY

Dear Kitty, My girlfriend is constantly nagging me about being on time. But if she is the one that is late, she expects me to wait on her. Sometimes I get over to her house and she is just starting to get ready. I end up waiting in front of […]

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“The Cats” Return to Catamount Football Helmets

Cullowhee, NC – At the annual Purple-Gold Spring Game head football coach Kent Briggs unveiled a new helmet design for the 2002 season which combines elements of the past, the present and the future of the team. As the Catamount football program prepares to kickoff the Kent Briggs era in […]

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United States Energized

Not less than six months ago, Osama bin Laden was the “World’s Most Wanted.” Despite the billions that have been spent on the search for the illusive bin Laden, so far, the only person capable of finding him was a “confused,” 21-year-old, American Taliban member from California awaiting trial in […]

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‘74 Throw-down close, but no “disco inferno”

June at WCU in the 70’s was more than just disco and Afros. On June 14th Jack K. Carlton was named Chancellor. In June of 1974, Life Packs were introduced to the campus. Life Packs are 20ft wide by 24ft in length and 9ft high. If a fire were to […]

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Juke Joints, Jazz & Blues

From now until Wednesday, July 3, Western Carolina University’s Chelsea Gallery hosts a collection of quilts that pay tribute to such African-American musical traditions as jazz and blues and to great African-American personalities in those traditions, such as Count Basie and Duke Ellington. These quilts are the work of Carolyn […]