Western Carolina University faculty, staff, students and community members will combine their efforts on Saturday, Oct. 25, for Make a Difference Day. Participating in seven projects in Jackson, Macon and Haywood counties, volunteers will assist a variety of organizations.
Rather than spending fall break relaxing at home or traveling leisurely, 14 students from Western Carolina University will visit Atlanta to help children and the homeless, volunteering with community-service agencies from Thursday, Oct. 9, to Monday, Oct. 13.
The mountain rock band Cullowhee, named for the community where its sound was born, will reunite for a show at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27, in the recital hall of the Coulter Building at Western Carolina University.
"Cherokee Pottery: People of One Fire," a collection of Cherokee pottery that spans centuries of cultural change, will be on display at Western Carolina University’s Mountain Heritage Center through Sunday, Nov. 16.
The Western Carolina University Freshman Leadership Institute will host a 5K campus run at 4 p.m. Friday, April 25, to help kick off the annual campus spring carnival and raise money for CuRvE, the Cullowhee Revitalization Endeavour.