Western Carolina University will host a gallery of exhibits and series of presentations that explore social issues, traditions, images and values of Native American communities as part of the Native American Heritage Expo on campus Nov. 16-19.
The Chalet Inn stands below the summit of a rugged mountainside glowing with autumn color. A striking piece of German architecture, this bed and breakfast is a retreat that matches its alpine setting. Only this chalet is not nestled in the Bavarian Alps, but in the Great Smoky Mountains overlooking the Western North Carolina town of Dillsboro.
An eyewitness to the oppressive apartheid system of South Africa will be the featured speaker as Western Carolina University’s Office of International Programs and Services sponsors a series of events during International Education Week, Monday through Friday, Nov. 16-20.
In November 2009, the Office of International Programs and Services will promote and sponsor International Education Week 2009 (IEW) across the WCU campus and into the surrounding community of Cullowhee.
The Western Carolina University Communication Student Organization is assisting the Jackson County Motorcycle Association with the third annual Toy Run Parade to benefit the Jackson County Christmas Store.
A Western Carolina University astrophysicist will deliver a lecture titled “What Is It About 2012? The Maya Calendar, Astronomy and the Popular Imagination” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11, in the auditorium of WCU’s Natural Sciences Building.
Western Carolina University will host a workshop, “Who is Lilly Ledbetter and Why Do I Care? Current Issues in Employment Law,” from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19, in Room 143 of the Camp Building.
The Fine and Performing Arts Center at Western Carolina University will be transformed at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11, into a live radio studio very similar to one used by CBS radio station KNX in Hollywood 65 years ago to broadcast the most popular Armed Forces Radio show to GIs during World War II: “Command Performance, USA!”