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 |  Written by Emily Dorsey  |  0

Information from WCU News Services

WCU Police Daily Activities Reports compiled by Emily Dorsey/Editor-in-Chief

March 3: Welfare check, Albright – Officers located an individual who stated that they wanted to harm themselves. The individual spoke with Counseling Services and they deemed the student to be ok.

March 4: Suspicious activity, Centennial Drive – A student reported being yelled at by construction workers.

March 4: Damage to property, Moore – Officers found that someone entered Moore and damaged property.


 |  Written by Anna Crisp  |  0

Every year, Campus Recreation and Wellness and the School of Health Sciences team up to host the Valley of the Lilies Half Marathon and 5K. This year, the sixth annual Valley of the Lilies race will be held on Saturday, April 2.

Shauna Sleight, Director of Campus Recreation and Wellness said, “The race started as a half marathon only but, after the inaugural year, the decision was made to add the 5K so the race could be more studentfocused and attract a wider range of participants.”

 |  Written by Jessica Potter  |  0

Earlier this month, Western Carolina University experience an overnight influx of chalk writing on campus that seemed to spawn from controversy over a police brutality poster displayed in front of Intercultural Affairs (ICA) located in the University Center. Many students lashed out on social media saying that the poster was inaccurate and disgraceful. This controversy quickly skyrocketed and ended up creating an entire "Black Lives Matter" movement on campus.