Being invited to play in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City twice in a five-year span is an amazing accomplishment. But to have an opportunity to perform on St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin, Ireland, well, that’s taking it to a whole other level.
Engineering students collaborate to design and build a solar tracking array
Diane Martinez and John Carzoli received the prestigious selection as Fulbright Scholars.
Forensic anthropology is offered as a bachelor’s degree concentration and as a minor. The program has grown to more than 200 students enrolled today.
Soccer player Aliyah Milicia is among the first at Western Carolina University to capitalize on a new NCAA policy allowing college athletes to strike deals and earn money from business partnerships using their name, image or likeness.
To some people, entering a caged ring to face off against a highly- trained martial arts fighter sounds like the stuff of nightmares. For Laura Sanchez '12, it’s hard work paying off. A dream come true.