Campus Life

Campus Life

 |  Written by Dillon Jeffrey  |  0

On Saturday, Nov. 11, Western Carolina University’s football team lost to Mercer University, 33-35. This gave Western Carolina a record of 7-4 (5-3 in conference play) and upped Mercer to a 5-5 record (4-4 in conference play).

Redshirt Sophomore Quarterback Tyrie Adams was named Southern Conference (SoCon) Offensive Player of the Week despite the loss. Adams completed 35 of 47 passes for 378 yards, a season high. Adams also led the team in rushing yards, gaining 75 yards on 15 attempts.

 |  Written by Kristie Watkins  |  0

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) was founded in 1954. It is an international ministry seen on middle, high school and college campuses that was founded on the influence sports has on people’s lives.

FCA is a way for students in college to combine their love of sports with their desire to grow in community and a relationship with God. It is not just a ministry for people who are on their school’s teams, but also for people who love sports in general.

 |  Written by Madeline Smith  |  0

Formerly known as the Whacha You Want Bodega, founded in 2001, and later as Bubacz Signature Brew Coffee Roasting Company and Café in 2006, John Bubacz has been growing his business successfully in Downtown Sylva.

It was originally located in a building that burned down, where Noble Hall currently is, and after a few location changes, is fixed across the street from the Sylva Herald.