Among the first African Americans to be admitted to any of North Carolina's all-white state institutions of higher learning, Levern Hamlin capitalized on the opportunity to learn, earning master’s degrees at the University of Maryland and George Washington University, and eventually serving on the WCU Board of Trustees for eight years. Learn more
Thirty years have passed since WCU’s national championship appearance, when Coach Bob Waters led the Catamounts to rally from behind against Colgate, Holy Cross and Furman – to meet Southern Illinois in the championship game. Learn more
A son with Down syndrome inspires his mother to become a groundbreaking professor in special education, and a university community to re-examine education and challenged individuals. Learn more
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