Arts and Entertainment

Arts and Entertainment

 |  Written by Jordan Freeman  |  0

    What could be more wonderful than going to Disneyland, or Disneyworld, as a kid? What could be more wonderful going as a college student? How about going to Disney Land, or Disney World, for college? That is exactly what Kayla Layden did. 

The Western Carolinian sat down with Kayla, who is a double major in Stage and Screen and Hospitality with a minor in Art, and talked with her about her experience with the Disney College. 

 |  Written by Jake Browning  |  0

Kaitlyn Sizemore is a nationally recognized contemporary dancer and a senior here at Western Carolina University.

    Sizemore was not good at traditional sports as a child, and she had tried a lot of them. Nothing athletic ever seemed to click for her, and she was starting to get flustered. At the end of her rope, she looked into dancing. Now, she has been dancing for 16 years and has practiced in dozens of different styles, but her preference is contemporary, which borrows elements from jazz, ballet and hip-hop to create a fast-paced, modern atmosphere. 

 |  Written by Emily Dorsey  |  0

Friday, February 26:

   • Western Carolina baseball takes on Louisiana-Monroe from 4 – 7 p.m. in Hennon Stadium. The baseball team will continue to take on Louisiana-Monroe all weekend. For more information, contact the Ramsey Center at (828) 227-2063 or visit www.catamountsports.com. 

Saturday, February 27:

 |  Written by Jessica Potter  |  0

Western Carolina University takes great pride in their musical endeavors. From the “Baddest Band of the Land”, referring to the Marching Band which has over five hundred members, to our symphonic and pep rally bands, music is not taken lightly on this campus. 

    Recently, a poll was held that included nominations for Western’s upcoming spring concert. The leading nominations go as follows: Secondhand Serenade, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, David Cook and Parachute. Students had the ability to vote on these nominations for the upcoming spring concert, as they do every year.

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