Recent Western Carolina University graduate Christopher Bochicchio of Weaverville is getting ready to say “aloha,” as in farewell, to the mountains of Western North Carolina and “aloha,” as in hello, to the tropical beaches of the Pacific Ocean.
Look out, Wall Street! A group of Western Carolina University business students participating in a financial investment competition sponsored by the Tennessee Valley Authority has outperformed both the Dow Jones industrial average and Standard and Poor's 500 average.
A collaborative effort involving Western Carolina University faculty, staff and students, along with Jackson County health officials, has resulted in a comprehensive examination of the state of health care in Jackson County.
Changes are in store this summer at the Western Carolina University Bookstore. A portion of the store's retail operation will be moving into approximately 3,000 square feet of space in the recently opened expansion of A.K. Hinds University Center.
Western Carolina University Chancellor John W. Bardo concluded a yearlong series of community conversations across Western North Carolina with his farthest foray east during a day of meetings with Catawba County business, education and government leaders Tuesday, May 25.
The clang of fire alarms and the smell of acrid smoke billowing out of the Stillwell Building at Western Carolina University signaled the start of a dramatic disaster drill that tested the readiness of a host of emergency responders.
Students in Laura Pinnix's class at Cherokee High School demonstrated their proficiency in the Cherokee language by responding to the roll call and singing songs in Cherokee during a recent visit by Western Carolina University Chancellor John Bardo.