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Press release courtesy of Randall Holcombe, Director of News Services.

CULLOWHEE – Western Carolina University has announced its roster of new graduates and released its dean’s/chancellor’s list for spring semester 2017.

The university conferred degrees on 1,504 students who completed their studies during the spring semester. A total of 528 undergraduate students received academic honors, with 136 graduating summa cum laude (with highest honors), 175 graduating magna cum laude (with high honors), and 217 graduating cum laude (with honors).

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Press release courtesy of Bill Studenc, Director of the Office of Communications and Public Relations at Western Carolina University.

CULLOWHEE – A new 600-bed residence hall planned for the upper section of the Western Carolina University campus took one step closer to becoming a reality as the WCU Board of Trustees unanimously endorsed a design concept for the building.

The action came during the board’s quarterly meeting Friday, June 2.

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Press release courtesy of Bill Studenc, Director of the Office of Communications and Public Relation at Western Carolina University.

CULLOWHEE – Ivy Demetria Gibson, senior strategic business partner in human resources at Mission Health in Asheville, has been named assistant general counsel and chief compliance officer at Western Carolina University, effective June 1.

Gibson, a resident of Franklin, is filling a vacancy created when J. Wesley Chancey, WCU’s inaugural compliance officer, became associate general counsel and Title IX coordinator for the university in April.

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The theme for Greek Week at Western Carolina University this year was “The Kid In Us.” Greek Week took place Sunday, April 2 through Saturday, April 8 and was made up of various events to raise money for charities and philanthropies while bringing Greek organizations together. Each of the five Greek Week Teams were made up of four Greek organizations.

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