“I Want You! How World War I Transformed Western North Carolina” has been on display since November. The reception will take place 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 25, with light refreshments served.
Curtis Monteith of WCU’s Department of Facilities Management presented an award to representatives of Watson Tate Savory and Vannoy Construction.
Paul Merkelo, principal trumpet player for the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, is the featured guest for a recital that will feature Russian and Armenian music.
From Mount Trashmore to the third annual Trashion Show, Western Carolina University has a host events planned to Celebrate Earth Day.
Department of World Languages students and faculty and other volunteers will serve as judges.
Attendance by university employees is considered work time (university service) with the appropriate approval of the individual’s supervisor.
The sessions provide an opportunity for university employees to have a photo made for departmental websites and other official uses.
Grants were awarded in March 2019 for a variety of projects involving university faculty, staff and students.
Some 377 athletes of all ages crossed the finish line during the races held on campus Saturday, April 6.