Students in the Public Policy Institute at WCU have teamed up with one of the nation’s top engineering, planning and architectural firms to conduct a study of traffic congestion conditions in the French Broad Metropolitan Planning Organization service area.
“Minnows,” “fish” and “sharks” will be swimming on the WCU campus this spring and summer as the university’s Division of Educational Outreach offers children’s swim programs in the Reid Gymnasium pool.
WCU's Mountain Heritage Center will host a public reception and book signing Thursday, April 29, to celebrate the publication of “Decoration Day in the Mountains: Traditions of Cemetery Decoration in the Southern Appalachians.”
Western Carolina University seniors Tyler Sellers and Aaron D’Innocenzi have been recognized by the Broadcast Education Association for their outstanding on-air work through the university’s radio station, WWCU-FM Power 90.5.
Alan Abramowitz, a nationally known scholar of American elections and author of the new book “The Disappearing Center: Engaged Citizens, Polarization and American Democracy,” argues that a recent surge in polarization in U.S. politics may not be as bad as some might believe.