Chili’s is ‘heating’ up on WCU campus

It’s 8 a.m. at Western Carolina University and for once there’s not a long line of people waiting to be seated at one of the campus’s newest hotspots–Chili’s. Chili’s was the first to open of the all the new venues in the  Noble Hall.  It opened its doors officially on  January 9, and has been full ever since. Senior biology […]

A photo recap of graduation day

WCU gained a new batch of alumni on Saturday as the Class of 2017 undergraduate commencement ceremonies were held. The Ramsey Center filled with proud parents, friends and professors as one by one, each student was recognized for their academic achievements. For a photo recap of the festivities, check out the photos below! WCU Spring […]

Whee Gaming brings competitive gaming to WCU

Students and players from around the state, got to get a little break from classes, and put away the pencils. They brought out their controllers with the Whee Gaming Tournament, which was held April 29 in the University Center Illusions room. The Whee Gaming Club had multiple tournaments, that players could enter for just $5  which featured plenty […]

A moment in time – class of 2017

This story was co-written with Jessica Wooten. With the end of the semester around the corner, everyone is busy with finals, turning in last minute assignments and awaiting summer vacation. For many students, it is the final countdown. This weekend is the marker that ends a college career and begins a new chapter in life for the class […]

WCU’s TV production and music recording studios get HD upgrade

Western Carolina University’s television production and music recording studios are getting an upgrade. The television studio is going fully HD with new cameras and video monitors, while the recording studio is getting a new mixing console and new audio monitors. This is the first major upgrade to the studios since the CAT Building was built […]

Step It Up 5K is on the run

Ready, set, go. Step it Up 5k is on the run again on April 28 at Western Carolina University. With over 50 participants signed up, Alpha Xi Delta is hoping to raise close to $3,000 for Autism Speaks. Jordan Campbell and Jordan West have more: