Finals are right around the corner and students should take advantage of whatever resources come their way. Studying is a must, but another helpful way to get through finals season is tutoring. Here at Western Carolina University, we have a wonderful tutoring center known as the Writing and Learning Commons (WaLC). While this is an effective resource for students, it can be hard to schedule an appointment when finals are closing in. Luckily, HelpHub is another great resource you can use.
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.
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.
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.