Campus Life

Campus Life

 |  Written by Anna Crisp  |  0

Sigma Alpha Omega is a national, Christian nonprofit social sorority. The organization was founded in January 1998 on the campus of North Carolina State University when Chi Alpha Omega fraternity members voted to form their sister sorority. Sigma Alpha Omega’s Nu chapter came to Western Carolina University’s campus in the spring of 2005.

The motto of Sigma Alpha Omega is “One in Christ through unity in sisterhood.”

 |  Written by Jessica Potter  |  0

At Western Carolina University, many changes are happening fast. In this month alone early voting and primaries for North Carolina for the national presidential race occurred March 15, including voting for the bond referendum which will provide $110 million dollars to replace the Natural Sciences building, fall registration fell in the middle of the month and the semester is coming to a close in a little over a month. How can students at Western Carolina survive the constant hustle and bustle of everyday life?

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 |  Written by Anna Crisp  |  0

Graduate school at Western Carolina University offers many amazing opportunities for students to continue their education in the beautiful mountains.

Brian Kloeppel, Ph.D., the Interim Dean of Graduate School and Research, explained why he thinks graduate school is important and students should get involved.

“I find graduate school to be important because it enables graduates to be experts in their field and to empower them to consider leadership positions in their team, department or company,” he said.

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