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WCU students present STEM research at UNCG Conference

Students Emily Francis, Paiton Motley, Ariel Colón Rodriguez, and Arabella Magdamit presented their research funded by the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) program at a conference at UNC Greensboro Sept. 22.  They were the first scholarship recipients from WCU and were granted the opportunity by various professors and advisors […]

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Adventure awaits with Base Camp Cullowhee

Base Camp Cullowhee is an outdoor program offered within WCU Campus Recreation and Wellness. The program offers a wide array of services to help students connect with the outdoors. Base Camp Cullowhee hosts a multitude of events throughout the year including the annual Tuck River Clean-Up which saw nearly 900 […]

Sports

WCU Women’s Soccer: SoCon champions

The championship win  After a historic regular season, WCU women’s soccer capped off their season in winning fashion, defeating the Samford Bulldogs 1-0 to win the Southern Conference Championship.   The win gives the Catamounts their first SoCon Championship since 2008. The team won from a Naya Marcil goal in the […]

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WCU communication professor receives Fulbright Fellowship

Katerina Spasovska, associate professor of communication at Western Carolina University, has been selected as a Fulbright Fellowship recipient for 2024. Spasovska will use the fellowship to travel to Kosovo to teach and research topics of interest.   Spasovska’s fellowship will span from February to July where she will live in the […]

Features

From trash to treasure: The dumpster diving journey

When campus slows down and students begin to prepare to move home for winter and summer, campus becomes a dumpster diving paradise.   Students pack their bags and cars as tightly as possible before leaving miscellaneous items in the dumpster. For a seasoned dumpster diver like Reagan Clifton, this is when […]

Sports

13th annual 5K races to Mountain Heritage Day

On Saturday, Sept. 24, the 13th Annual Mountain Heritage Day kicked off with the 5K race around the Western Carolina University campus. Each year the festival kicks off with a race open to the general public. With seven different age categories, there was plenty of room for participants to have […]

Opinion Print Editions

Letter to the Editor: 11/4

Dear Editor, We all know that diversity and inclusion are essential on campus. Many of us were even required to take courses on the subject at the beginning of the semester, however it seems many of our peers have dismissed what they learned in favor of harmful hate and slander. […]