Author: Ruby Annas

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Whee Breathe’s check in on WCU’s air quality

April is Earth month, a time to check up on our planet. Part of that checkup is air quality. WCU’s Whee Breathe will add an analysis for the air quality on campus retrieved from Purple Air (.com) monitors by the end of the semester.   Whee Breathe is a club started […]

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After two years, the CAT studios are finally mold free

Originally published on the Western Carolina Journalist  Mold is being noticed in buildings around campus. One building was Hunter Library and now, the TV and recording studios in the Center for Applied Technology (CAT) building. The TV and recording studios are small rooms and are used very often. During the […]


Mujeres con un Proposito; a place of belonging

Mujeres con un Proposito (MCP) is a student lead club for Latinas to create an empowering and welcoming space for women of color and to help the Latinx community.  “Being able to have that sense of community and women around me that inspire me to be a better version of […]

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Aura Photography comes to WCU

WCU students experienced picture day once again as they lined up to have their aura photographed.  Aura photography is a portrait, usually a polaroid, that shows colors around the person, or subject, representing their aura in that moment. According to spiritualism, an aura is an energy field that surrounds every […]

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Mold in Hunter Library: An outbreak under control

A mold outbreak in the Hunter Library building and on certain books is close to being resolved.   Facilities management was first notified of mold in April 2022. The molding of printed materials, books and journals, was first noticed in the summer of 2022. Upon first notification of the mold outbreak, […]

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WCU’s University Participant Program taking national steps 

WCU’s University Participant Program (UP) has high chances of being the first inclusive postsecondary education program (IPSE) to gain accreditation in the country.    The UP Program is a two-year, on-campus living and learning experience for college-aged students with intellectual disabilities. UP students audit college classes, have an internship or job […]