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 |  Written by Kaleb Lynch  |  0

Becky is a quiet kitty who has been with us for a few years now. She is more of a company cat who does her own thing than a cat who is always up in your business. She enjoys being petted, sunbathing in the window and perching in high places to watch over her kingdom! She is around 5 years old now and really deserves a nice home.

Becky’s adoption fee is $60 and she is spayed, fully vetted and micro-chipped. You can tell her all about yourself at www.catman2.org/adopt.

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 |  Written by Madeline Smith  |  0

A new product known as pureLYFT is being introduced to the Western Carolina University population. Students and staff will be able to find a healthier way to get a quick boost of energy during the day.

In 2015, Erik Elfstrum co-founded pureLYFT. The idea sprouted from a long day while sitting in SoHo, New York in search of a healthier alternative to sugary, caffeinated drinks.

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 |  Written by Jake Browning  |  0

Fall is a beautiful time of year, especially in the mountains of western North Carolina. When the weather gets chilly, it is tempting to stay inside and curl up with a mug of apple cider, but at Western Carolina University, there is plenty to do outside all season long.

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 |  Written by Haylee Wilkie  |  0

Western Carolina University’s Japanese Pop Culture class took an exciting field trip to Atlanta, Ga. for JapanFest on Sept. 16. JapanFest is a convention that houses all things Japanese culture. Themed “Experience Japan,” JapanFest hosted interactive performances and demonstrations. Authentic Japanese merchandise was sold including clothing, artwork and anime material. In addition to shows and merchandise, the venue held a massive food court that served different Japanese vendors and cuisines.

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