Day: December 2, 2013

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Catamounts barely take down ETSU in women’s basketball

The Lady Catamounts forced a narrow victory against the East Tennessee State Buccaneers prolonging their winning streak to four games, with an overall record of 5-3. WCU came into Sunday’s game versus the Buccaneers with a win against the Mountaineers at Appalachian State University on Tuesday, Nov. 26. East Tennessee […]

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EMS: Taking care of (Every Major/Minor Situation)

“Students Helping Students Since 1965,” the motto you will see as our campus emergency medical services goes by, sirens blaring, on a call. What started out with a staff between five to eight students running out of a van, the campus EMS has grown to staff of 23 with a […]

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Cullowhee River Club provides housing, recreation

In Cullowhee’s strip mall a new and mysterious building has popped up, which has piqued most people’s curiosity, called the Cullowhee River Club. A front office for the new residential community of homes takes up over 125 acres along the Tuckasegee River. Tim Newell, development partner, primary investor and a […]

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‘All aboard The Polar Express’

Bryson City may be a small town, but it is the perfect place to spend the holidays this season. With a plethora of events, activities and places to visit within its heart, a favorite is the Polar Express sponsored by The Great Smoky Mountain Railroad. According to website, the railroad […]

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The Honors College teams up with United Christian Ministries

It is hard to think that while the students of Western Carolina University left for the holidays, there were people in Jackson County who went hungry on Thanksgiving. United Christian Ministries in Sylva is trying to fight this growing issue. And now, the Honor’s College at WCU decided to join […]