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Madeline Smith is a junior at Western Carolina University and a staff writer for The Western Carolinian. She has been with The Western Carolinian since Fall 2016, when she saw positions advertised on JobCat and thought it would be a good extracurricular activity for her English major.

Before coming to Western Carolina, Smith lived in Norwood with her mother, step mother and step brother. Music was always an important part of her life. In addition to being a drum major and trumpeter for her high school marching band, she studied piano for eight years.

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It has been almost two years since I started my position as Editor-in-Chief of The Western Carolinian. There have been bad times mixed with really good times. There have been errors and solutions. It has been a crazy ride building this publication back to the success it used to be, and we still have a long journey ahead of us, but I wouldn’t trade it for anything.

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The Western Carolinian is an organization filled with many diverse faces. One of those faces is managing editor Christina Worth. Originally from Delaware, Worth, who is in her senior year, visited Western Carolina University her junior year of high school and fell in love with the area. Western Carolina became her first choice for her psychology major and all she needed to do was get accepted. When she received her acceptance letter, she was ecstatic.

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From Monroe to Cullowhee, Western Carolina junior Breanna Taylor traveled a long way to become a Catamount. Her Catamount journey began after she determined that Western Carolina was the perfect size for her. Not too big and not too small.

“Realistically, it was Appalachian or Western. I wanted a smaller school, and I didn’t want to be cold all the time,” said Taylor.

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