Day: April 2, 2014

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Meet Dana Sally, Dean of Library Sciences

Western Carolina University has recently given the position of Dean of Library Sciences to Dana Sally.  He has come to the university from the University of West Florida.  This is not the only place he has worked.  This is not his first job working in the University of North Carolina […]

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Mad Batter makes the move to Sylva

Since the fire that swept through Cullowhee on Nov. 21, burning down several of the area restaurants, students and staff alike have been wondering if the restaurants affected would be able to reopen.       It seems that this wait is over for the Mad Batter, which is in the […]

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Catamounts show school spirit

Western Carolina University made it to the Sweet Sixteen round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s 6th Fan competition.     The competition, hosted and maintained by the NCAA, allowed all schools in the NCAA to enter. Schools were allowed to cast votes on Twitter, Facebook, and voting on the NCAA […]

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The J-Spot: Sex Educator on campus

On Monday, March 24th, certified sex educator, Jay Friedman, visited Western Carolina University to give a lecture on what Friedman refers to as a taboo topic.     Friedman earned his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and his Master’s degree from the University of Vermont.     Friedman’s visit to campus was […]

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Student Showcase: Olivia Mears

    Coming from Laurinburg, NC, Olivia Mears, a senior art student for Western Carolina University, will be show casing some of her creative art work at this years’ spring student art show. After four long years of hard work and dedication     Mears will be graduating from WCU in December […]

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Western Carolina University beats mountain-rival UNC Asheville

On Tuesday April 1 the Western Carolina Catamounts hosted mountain rival, UNC Asheville.  The Catamounts welcomed back former Catamount and current UNC Asheville coach, Tom Smith.  Smith is a 1976 graduate of Western Carolina University. The top of the first inning featured 1 run and 1 hit for the Bulldogs.  […]