Ann Summers is the newest member of the Western Carolina University Foundation Board of Directors following her appointment by the WCU Board of Trustees.
To adhere to pandemic protocols and still achieve local litter removal goals, organizers of the Tuck River Cleanup have decided to sponsor individual-based efforts on the Tuckaseigee River.
To encourage proper etiquette during a pandemic, a student-led program is using positive reinforcement to remind fellow students of strategies to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
For the ninth time out of the past 10 years – and this fall by a small margin – Western Carolina University has experienced an increase in total enrollment, with a new record of 12,243 students enrolled for the 2020 fall semester.
Autumn leaves and the natural beauty of fall colors across Western North Carolina are a seasonal sensation that draw thousands of visitors and locals alike - and prompts an annual prognostication by biology professor Beverly Collins.
Now the rest of the country knows what WCU employees have known all along – the university is a great place to work.
Dear WCU campus community: I write to provide an update concerning videos that were brought to the attention of university leadership over the weekend.
Thanks to a grant from the North Carolina Policy Collaboratory, the Center for the Study of Free Enterprise is conducting an analysis of the economic impact of the pandemic in the region.
WCU has obtained a rare photographic glimpse of Bryson City and Swain County in the early 1900s, thanks to a recent donation to Hunter Library’s renowned Special and Digital Collections.