Fall leaf color in the mountains of Western North Carolina should be the best it has been in a number of years because of generally drier-than-normal conditions during 2015.
The power to choose the topic of focus for Western Carolina University’s next Quality Enhancement Plan rests with the WCU community, and a forum has been scheduled to outline the eight topics that will be put up for vote.
Members of the Western Carolina University community gathered Monday, Aug. 24, for updates on three important topics for the year ahead, the first in an ongoing series of conversations about some of the issues that keep Chancellor David O. Belcher and other campus leaders awake late at night.
Mary Ann Lochner, general counsel for Western Carolina University, repeatedly has characterized higher education as “the most heavily regulated industry in the United States.” Take the Americans with Disabilities Act as one lone example.
Grammy Award-winning bluegrass supergroup Steep Canyon Rangers will perform at a membership concert for the Western Carolina University Friends of the Arts at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 19, on campus.
The Energy Star logo is frequently found on household appliances across the country. But rarely do you see it affixed to a building. Unless that building is the Western Carolina University Bookstore.