The color guard season ended and began this past week again with the recording session for the 2021 teams on Friday, April 16 and the first day of tryouts being the following day. After showing the culmination of many months of hard work, the team instantly switched gears into preparing […]
Author: Abigail Quinn
Warm weather and why it is important to stay COVID safe
The weather is beginning to warm up here in Cullowhee and finally melting away all of the wintertime blues but with it comes more risk of contracting Covid-19. Even though the weather is getting warmer and larger groups are congregating don’t forget to keep the Catamounts care policy in mind, […]
To all the book lovers and haters
Whether you have always enjoyed reading, cannot find time for it, or simply hate it, there is always something out there for everyone to read. We have one month left of the semester and then comes summer, but with COVID-19 still rearing its ugly head, everyone is still going to […]
The Spring Experience at WCU
Mysterious Springtime Adventures: Outdoors in Western North Carolina!
Spring break is upon us, and the semester is slowly coming to an end. There are many ways to celebrate your time away from the stress of higher education, but we all need to keep one thing in mind- COVID-19 is not over yet, and we need to celebrate our […]
Job Searching in 2021
Why Does Something Always Go Wrong?
Sometimes change is good!
A leadership discussion with Stephen Schussler
On Tuesday, February 23rd, at 3 p.m., the Center for Career and Professional Development, along with the College of Business, held a discussion with renowned entrepreneur and creator of Rainforest Café, Steven Schussler. During the hour-long discussion, Schussler spoke of his personal journey, laughter, making friends, budgeting, and change while […]