Earlier this year, Hannah Styles was searching through the Center for Career and Professional Development's Job Cat website looking for summer internship possibilities. She came across a link for the National Journalism Center, which places students with various media outlets in Washington, D.C. Despite knowing she would be facing a competitive field, Styles decided to apply.
A WCU contingent went on guided walks around Valencia that included sites such as the City of Arts and Sciences complex and what remains of Valencia’s 14th-century fortifications.
What about… Hit snooze once or twice… maybe three times, but be ready to hit the ground running. New professors and classes promise exciting opportunities to try something different, pick up a new skill, or get to understand the world from another view. Wake up, get out there, and decide to succeed as you chase after your future.
WCU is expected to have its largest-ever total head count for the eighth time in nine years, with gains in transfer, distance and continuing students.
In keeping with this year's campus theme, the design features a replica of the Alumni Tower made from a corn-based plastic.
A morning breeze, a good book, sunshine coming through the trees, and the fountain splashing in the distance…If you’re looking for a moment of relaxation on campus or need somewhere to catch-up on your studies, tie up a hammock, sit back, and take it all in. Beauty and tranquility surround you.
Lori A. Lewis stepped down as the university's vice chancellor for advancement, effective Monday, Aug. 12.
Awards from a variety of public and private funders were received in July 2019.
The Cullowhee Valley is once again filling with the sounds of the Baddest Band in the Land. As the award-winning Pride of the Mountains marching band prepares for their return to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, you can bet you’ll hear the tick of a metronome and beating drums anywhere you turn.