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Communication department alumni have Hurricane Florence covered

As Chad Breedlove flew over Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, following the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, he got a bird’s-eye view of the destruction that was left behind. And as a freelance cameraman for CNN, the Western Carolina University alumnus was able to share the devastation with thousands of viewers.

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Embarking on a new journey

Western Carolina University recently graduated its largest class in its 129-year history, a class featuring more than 1,600 graduates. Below is a link to pictures of the three graduation ceremonies of the Class of 2018.

The dynasty continues

Some things just never get old. Western Carolina University's men's and women's track and field teams continued their recent dominance at the Southern Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships with the men winning their third consecutive title, while the women won for the third time in the last four years.

Springing into action

With spring now in the air, the Western Carolina University campus has come alive. Whether it's the International Festival, the Tuck River Cleanup or Greek Week, students have been enjoying a variety of events across campus as the spring semester winds to a close. Here is just a glimpse of some of the activities that have taken place through the lenses of university photographers Mark Haskett and Ashley Evans.