Campus Life

Campus Life

 |  Written by Kristie Watkins  |  0

Western Carolina University’s gaming club, Whee Game, strives to be a place of inclusion and fun. The club started almost 10 years ago by a group of guys who enjoyed gaming together.

Every Saturday the club gets together in the University Center Cardinal Room from 5 p.m. until midnight. This is a time dedicated to playing games together and is open to anyone interested.

 |  Written by Madeline Smith  |  0

Thursday, April 27:

• Thirsty Thursdays happens every Thursday at City Lights Café in Sylva - $3.25 Local Tap Beers, $3 Bottles, $4 Wines by the Glass, $5.95 for Local Flights - 5, 6 ounce pours. For more information, please call 838-587-2233.

• The Write Ones, an Adult Creative Writing Group, will meet at the Jackson County Public Library from 6-7 p.m.

 |  Written by Madeline Moore  |  0

From April 5 through 9, Western Carolina University’s School of Stage and Screen performed a production of “Hair.” Terrence Mann, professor of Musical Theater at Western Carolina, directed the musical. In addition, Ashlee Wasmund, WCU’s Dance Program coordinator, was the choreographer and Katya Stanislavskaya, director of Western Carolina’s Musical Theater Program, organized musical direction.

 |  Written by Jake Browning  |  0

Western Carolina University recently hosted its fifteenth annual Spring Literary Festival. The festival, organized by the English Department and Professor Pamela Duncan, is Cullowhee’s biggest event of the year for showcasing the work of authors and poets from all around the country, with a particular focus on Appalachian writers. This year was especially notable for featuring Billy Collins, who served as Poet Laureate of the United States from 2001 to 2003.

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