Month: October 2021

Arts

Video artist discusses diversity through exertion

Jefferson Pinder was getting his BA in Theatre when he visited a video art exhibition by Gary Hill and realized the strength of using video as an art medium. He’d always loved performance art because of the community it created between the artist and the audience, and video was the […]

News

WCU vaccine clinic now offering all three COVID-19 boosters

In a campus update sent through email on Oct. 27, WCU Health Services announced that they are now providing booster shots of the COVID-19 vaccine.  Eligibility for the boosters are as followed:  Johnson and Johnson: Recipients of the J&J booster must be 18-years-old or older and must have received the […]

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Rainy weather was no match for catamount spirit

For many, the week of homecoming here at WCU is loved by many for the tailgate at the football game, various student-pep activities and heartfelt reunions with alumni. This past homecoming followed the theme, “Roaring with Pride”, but that wasn’t the only thing that roared! The weather brought rain and […]

Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor: Oct. 7

Over the last week, I have received an outpouring of positive comments about this publication returning to print—a general feeling of optimism and hope for a healthy future in the press. Not only were readers excited to see that this university has a printed publication, but they were relieved to […]

Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor: Sept. 23

Student-led publications are being killed off by the very administrations that fund them. This is an uncomfortable opinion that I have developed during the last five weeks of my time as editor-in-chief. Of course, I had my suspicions long before now due to the frequent barriers put in place to […]

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Project C.A.R.E. celebrates 30 years

All Western Carolina University students define home differently. Some might say home is where they were born or where they are currently living, however, for some students, their home goes by the name, Project C.A.R.E.  Project C.A.R.E will soon be celebrating 30 years of being on Western Carolina University’s campus. […]