Campus Life

Campus Life

 |  Written by Madeline Mayer  |  0

Habitat for Humanity is an incredible nonprofit organization that has made a difference in countless lives by using volunteers to build decent and affordable houses for families in need. One of the most recognized families helped by Habitat is the family of Deshaun Watson, quarterback of Clemson University’s football team. Watson has said on numerous occasions what a difference Habitat has made for him and his family.

Even if you aren’t a huge Clemson fan, it is undeniable to see the difference Habitat for Humanity and their dedicated volunteers make.

 |  Written by Dillon Jeffrey  |  0

Bryson Bowman is a red-shirt senior baseball player at Western Carolina. He wears the number 12 and transferred to Western Carolina from Catawba Valley Community College two years ago. That year he was red-shirted, which means he could not play all season but gained a fifth year of eligibility. Drafted last year in round 33 to MLB team the New York Yankees, Bowman forwent the draft and chose to return to Western Carolina for his senior year.

 |  Written by Dillon Jeffrey  |  0

On March 14, collegiate basketball teams across the nation entered one of the most watched tournaments of the year: the NCAA National Championship. Better known as March Madness, this tournament contains 64 teams, 63 total games and takes place in cities all over the country for the latter half of March.

 |  Written by Dillon Jeffrey  |  0

Western Carolina took a hard home loss to the Kennesaw State Owls on Thursday, March 16. The game was supposed to be the second in a home-and-home series for the Catamounts, but due to potential inclement weather the first game was postponed. The game on Thursday ended with a score of 12-3 in favor of the Owls.

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