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 |  Written by Madeline Smith  |  0

Once again, it is that time of the year where exam week is right around the corner. Starting December 10-14, Hunter Library will extend their normal hours to 24 hours. For some, this will be their first time taking an exam on Western Carolina University’s campus, and for others it may be their last. In either situation, students have questions that they would appreciate being answered regarding this stress-inducing week that appears after each semester.

1.Why do we need to take exams?

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 |  Written by Madeline Smith  |  0

Once again, it is that time of the year where exam week is right around the corner. Starting December 10-14, Hunter Library will extend their normal hours to 24 hours. For some, this will be their first time taking an exam on Western Carolina University’s campus, and for others it may be their last. In either situation, students have questions that they would appreciate being answered regarding this stress-inducing week that appears after each semester.

1.Why do we need to take exams?

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 |  Written by Kristie Watkins  |  0

The LIFE program at Western Carolina University began with the help of Chancellor David Belcher, who saw a need among community members for a program that would give individuals over the age of 50 opportunities to learn. With Belcher’s support and the experience that Provost Dr. Allison Morrison-Shetlar had with similar programs at other universities, the LIFE program was born and has been growing ever since.

Catharina Nickel, Educational Outreach of Western Carolina said, “This is our fourth year of LIFE at Western Carolina and it has been exciting to see how it’s grown.”

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 |  Written by Elora DuClos  |  0

With the second full week of November came International Education Week, which featured three or more events each day focusing on International Education. Events included screenings of films, cultural presentations, study abroad information sessions and other presentations on topics like disabilities and environmental sustainability on Western Carolina University’s campus.

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