The Winter Weather Advisory that had been issued for the WCU area has expired.
Visiting potter Deborah Schwartzkopf will exhibit and demonstrate her work in clay during a visit to Western Carolina University.
Western Carolina University will receive a five-year Investment Award totaling $642,960 from the Economic Development Administration of the federal government to end of excerpt.
The relationship between the residents of Highlands and Western Carolina University’s Honors College reached a milestone recently when monsters landed on the WCU campus.
Bradley Martin, associate professor of piano in the WCU School of Music, will perform with other musicians Feb. 5 and Feb. 19 at WCU.
The Baylor Brass Quintet will play a free concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 7, in the recital hall of the Coulter Building.
Clifton Metcalf, vice chancellor for advancement and external affairs at Western Carolina University, received the Order of the Long Leaf Pine award in recognition of his contributions to the state of North Carolina.
A seven-member committee has begun the process of searching for a successor to Dianne Lynch, Western Carolina University’s chief of staff who will be stepping down from the position at the end of May.
Efforts to increase student retention appear to be bearing fruit, as preliminary census numbers indicate that spring enrollment is the highest on record for that semester.
Vignola, who has collaborated with Ringo Starr, Madonna, Donald Fagen, Wynton Marsalis, the New York Pops and many more, appears as part of the Galaxy of Stars Series.
WCU’s School of Music and Director of Bands John West will welcome the 2013 western regional All-District Band to campus Friday and Saturday, Feb. 8-9.
The 2012-13 First Thursday Old-Time and Bluegrass Jam Series at WCU’s Mountain Heritage Center will continue Thursday, Feb. 7, with a concert featuring Whitewater Bluegrass Co.
The School of Music at Western Carolina University will present guest flutist Gabriel Dondi Goñi in recital Wednesday, Feb. 6.
The Wednesday concert will feature clarinetist Leslie Simmons and pianist Antonio Truyols presenting rare works collected from the library of the late jazz legend Al Gallodoro.
Elizabeth Hillard roamed the backcountry of Great Smoky Mountains National Park to investigate how elk affect resources as she worked toward her master’s degree in biology.
Each concert in the series features two Beethoven sonatas performed by WCU music faculty member Bradley Martin and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s Justin Bruns.
The concert featuring Jeff “Hoss” Howard and his Hoss Howard Band that was scheduled for Friday, Jan. 25, has been canceled due to inclement weather.
The last time the Catamount men faced Davidson, the Wildcats escaped with an epic double-overtime win in the finals of the Southern Conference tournament in Asheville.
The water quality of Cane Creek met standards for surface and recreational use in a recent stream study carried out by Western Carolina University students working collaboratively with the Jackson County Health Department.
A NASA representative will give presentations about the space agency’s Mars rover Curiosity as WCU hosts elementary, middle and high school students on Feb. 5-6.
The members of the Association for Continuing Higher Education have elected Regis Gilman, interim dean of the Division of Educational Outreach, as vice president of the association, and she began her service following the November annual conference meeting in Austin, Texas.
WCU’s online academic programs have been named among the best in the nation by the website “Guide to Online Schools” following a review of the distance education offerings at more than 200 colleges.
WCU’s School of Music will present a free concert featuring faculty members playing music from the Baroque period to the 20th century in the Coulter recital hall.
The Water Coolers will celebrate – and skewer – work and life and balancing the two as they perform as part of the Galaxy of Stars Series at WCU’s Bardo Arts Center.
A proposal to lease the “millennial campus” tract to WCU’s Endowment Fund is designed to allow the university to respond rapidly to public-private economic development opportunities.
Tony Award-winning choreographer and dancer Savion Glover will open the second half of the ACE series as he presents “SoLe Sanctuary,” a tribute to the history and art of tap.
WCU’s Office of Continuing and Professional Education will offer a workshop on “Latino Folk Medicine and Health Beliefs in Nursing Practice” on Friday, Feb. 22, in Asheville.
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