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García-Castañón’s poetry collection published in Argentina

Santiago García-Castañón’s poetry collection “Las huellas de Erató”was recently published by Editorial Dunken in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This is his 11th published poetry collection and his 20th book altogether.  

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Upcoming Data Center, phone system maintenance to cause outages

IT staff has scheduled the work for Saturday, March 9, and Monday, March 11.  


WCU feels the love during February fundraiser, with increase in donations and participation

The large number of donors during the month means that the university community met a special giving challenge issued by four alumni: Brad Bradshaw, Wes Elingburg, Ken Hughes and Dale Sims.   


Wright to present new essay collection ‘Through a Vegan Studies Lens’

The book she edited was published in February by the University of Nevada Press.  


University wins awards for fundraising campaign launch, solar eclipse event, magazine improvements

The honors were earned through the recent District III competition of the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education.  


Tuck River Cleanup expands scope, will accommodate more volunteers

Students, faculty and staff, along with civic and community groups, will collect litter, debris and discarded items along the Tuckaseigee River between Cullowhee and Whittier on Saturday, April 13.  


State, regional teachers of the year speak to concerns, rewards of profession

Freebird McKinney and Julie Pittman visited campus to address an assembly of some 250 WCU teacher education students.  

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Orchestra to perform with university Concert Choir, student musicians

A Wednesday, March 20, concert will feature Poulenc’s “Gloria” and a Thursday, March 21, presentation will be Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition” and Brahms’ “Academic Festival Overture.”  

Lauren Bryson

Scholarship recipient revels in advanced technology, new surroundings

It took a childhood spent in the outdoors for former competitive wakeboarder Lauren Bryson to appreciate the world of technology as a Western Carolina University student, and as a result, become the first recipient of the Hopkins and Ray Engineering and Technology Scholarship.  

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