Campus Life

Campus Life

 |  Written by Jake Browning  |  0

Western Carolina University recently hosted its fifteenth annual Spring Literary Festival. The festival, organized by the English Department and Professor Pamela Duncan, is Cullowhee’s biggest event of the year for showcasing the work of authors and poets from all around the country, with a particular focus on Appalachian writers. This year was especially notable for featuring Billy Collins, who served as Poet Laureate of the United States from 2001 to 2003.

 |  Written by Dillon Jeffrey  |  0

On Sunday, April 9, Western Carolina’s women’s tennis team was defeated in its final home conference match of the season as the resulting score was 7-0 to Samford. The match began at 11 in the morning. This loss left the Catamounts with an 11-11 overall record and a 0-6 conference record.

 |  Written by Emily Dorsey  |  0

April 10: Welfare check, Scott – Officers spoke with an individual after a parent was unable to contact them. April 10: Suspicious activity, Dining Hall – Officers attempted to locate an individual displaying suspicious behavior.

April 10: Suspicious activity, off campus – Officers attempted to locate the sounds of gunfire. They spoke with an individual and found no issues.

April 11: Traffic crash/ DWI, Joyner Dr. – A nonstudent was arrested for DWI following a traffic crash.

 |  Written by Kristie Watkins  |  0

The end of the semester, especially the end of the school year can be stressful. Class work adds up and time slips away. It becomes more and more important for your physical and mental health to take a step away from the stress and relax for a while.

For some, relaxing may be curling up with a good book or movie while others may want a break outdoors with their friends. Whatever your relaxing style may be, there are a few places around Western Carolina University’s campus that anyone can enjoy.