Posts By: Bill Studenc

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Madrigal Dinner tickets on sale

Held annually since 1970 and scheduled this year for Dec. 2-3, the holiday tradition features entertainment, costumes, pageantry and food authentic to 16th-century England.
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Cooper talk will focus on Cherokee health issues

Casey Cooper, the chief executive officer of Cherokee Indian Hospital, will speak about health issues concerning the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2, in the theater of the A.K. Hinds University Center on the campus of Western Carolina University.
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2011 Homecoming king and queen named

Western Carolina University crowned Hannah Blanton queen and named Adam Ray king of the 2011 Homecoming Court during halftime activities at WCU’s football game against The Citadel on Saturday, Oct. 22.
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Legacy Walk fundraiser kicks into high gear

With about half of the bricks for the first section of the Western Carolina University Catamount Legacy Walk commissioned, facilitators are expanding publicity efforts in hopes of having the first section installed before spring commencement.
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Campus leaders to eat on $1.50 a day to raise poverty awareness

Inspired by the presentation by the CEO of the Global Poverty Project on campus in September, the president of WCU’s Student Government Association and the wife of Chancellor David O. Belcher are participating in the Live Below the Line Campaign beginning Monday, Oct. 24. They invite others to join or sponsor them in the effort.
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A Call to Men co-founder to speak Tuesday

The co-founder of a national men’s organization committed to addressing domestic and sexual violence prevention will present “Breaking Out of the Box: Take a Stand Against Gender-Based Violence” on Tuesday, Oct. 25, at Western Carolina University.