WCU will host a series of three lectures on environmental ethics by Christian Diehm, professor of philosophy at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, in late March.
After two years being held as an online celebration, the Spring Literary Festival returns to campus March 14-17 for a series of live events.
WCU is inviting runners of all ages and skill levels to register for the annual Catamount Climb Half Marathon and 5K on Saturday, April 9.
Chancellor Kelli R. Brown is leading an Honoring Our Promise tour that will take her to cities and counties across Catamount Nation this spring to engage one-on-one with alumni, donors and supporters.
A series of activities, exhibits and events are planned in recognition of February as Black History Month, including an inaugural scholarly discussion of diversity in Appalachia.
Did you or your family just get a telescope for the holidays but are not sure how to use it? Or do you have a telescope in the closet and want to finally make good use of it?
The artworks of artist and author Ann Miller Woodford are currently on display in Ann Miller Woodford: The Artist as Storyteller at the Mountain Heritage Center’s exhibit gallery in Hunter Library.
WCU’s Martin Luther King Jr. weeklong celebration will be highlighted this year with speaker Charisse Burden-Stelly’s keynote address.
See what our loveable mascot Paws is getting into this year to spread the holiday spirit around Cullowhee!