Halo’s legacy is passed on

The new Halo 4 is here – better and with plenty of new features that are sure to keep you interested. Since its introduction on Microsoft’s Xbox in 2001, the Halo series has been a juggernaut in today’s media. The franchise has made millions in its various novels, action figures, clothing apparel, videos and of […]

Magic: The Gathering gathers WCU students together

Every student needs a hobby to keep themselves entertained outside of homework. Many students at WCU play the trading card game, Magic: The Gathering. The graphic card game keeps pumping out new cards and content to keep its fans coming back for more. What is Magic: The Gathering exactly? It started in 1993 from the mind […]

WCU Mountain Heritage Day 5k goes by in a flash

On a misty morning, around 170 students, faculty and visitors competed in a race across WCU’s campus in pursuit of $100. The 5k race marked the start of the 38th Mountain Heritage Day under sponsorship of WCU Event Management. The race started at 8 a.m. on the dot at Mckee, and racers were tasked with […]

Voter Registration Day makes voting count

(Story was updated on Sept. 26, 2012) Success could define the National Voter Registration Day that was held on Tuesday, Sept. 25 on the UC lawn. The students had a chance to meet some of the candidates running for office, register to vote in November and channel their inner child on several carnival-style inflatables. Photos […]

WCU’s 13th Diversity Week

WCU Diversity Week is in full swing and the most anticipated event is Tim Wise’s Diversity speech in the UC Grandroom at 7 p.m. on September 19. “I’ve used his information to help teach my classes and have been following his work for years,” said Felton. “He talks about issues of race. He is a […]

Harrill is back in business

Harrill Hall has technically been on WCU’s campus for years, but it has been overhauled and given a big tune up. After a year of renovation and a a small fire in the spring, this semester Harrill Hall is open for students. The Board of Trustees gave the ok to work on Harrill on March […]