WCU students gather in prayer for Richardson sisters

A young girl with talent and a bright future passed away on Good Friday, April 14, in a wrong-way drunk driver car accident. Kelsey Mae Richardson, 18, was visiting her older sister, Karli Arlene Richardson, 20, in Arizona. “On Good Friday Jesus Christ was crucified and my children died too, and on Sunday he resurrected. My […]

Make it yours: Showing off your personality

This story was originally published in The Crossroads Chronicle on April 19, 2017.  Thanks to big box stores, home décor can become streamlined and commercial. Things that people actually like have taken a backseat to popular décor trends. Personality can often get lost in all the hustle and bustle of home decorating, but adding one’s […]

Greening Up The Mountains one tradition at a time

Every 4th Saturday in April, thousands of people from across the southeast crowd the streets of downtown Sylva for a fun-filled day of music, food, arts and crafts and more. This Saturday, April 22, is just around the corner, so get ready! Since 1997, Sylva, North Carolina, has been home to the Greening Up The Mountains festival. […]

Whee Gaming Tournament coming soon

The Whee Gaming Club will be holding a gaming tournament in the UC Illusions room on April 29. There will be several tournaments for games such as Super Smash Bros., Rocket League, Mario Kart and Mario Party. For just $5 you can enter and play in as many tournaments that you wish, and for $10 you can enter […]

How well do you know your well?

This story was written by Rachel Plouse, originally published in The Crossroads Chronicle on April, 12th 2017. Well maintenance is usually the last thing on our minds while we’re improving our homes. It’s not until a catastrophe happens that we remember the wear and tear both weather and nature have on our wells. When you live outside […]

Dillsboro welcomes spring with Habitat for Humanity Bloom and Build

The third annual Spring Bloom and Build festival brought thousands to the Dillsboro, North Carolina train depot on an unseasonably warm April 1. The festival was sponsored by Habitat for Humanity of Macon and Jackson County, along with students taking the Hospitality and Tourism 436 class – Tourism Planning and Development of WCU. Bloom and Build is a […]