Outdoor Excursions

Outdoor Excursions

 |  Written by Dillon Jeffrey  |  0

On Sept. 9, Western Carolina University pummeled Davidson College 63 to 17 in a home-opening win. Fans poured into EJ Whitmire Stadium for the 6 o’clock game and witnessed fireworks both during and after the game.

Western Carolina broke their 48-year personal record for yards of total offense in one game when they bulldozed Davidson for 778 yards. The previous tally of 711 yards was set in 1969 against Emory and Henry.

 |  Written by Haylee Wilkie  |  0

Summer of 2017 came by and went out with a bang. While most students will agree that summer left far too quickly, memories made this summer will last a lifetime.

Movies and TV in 2017 made for a fun and exciting summer. Superhero movies stole the show as “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” opened and delighted fans. DC Comics had a showstopper with “Wonder Woman” that set a new precedent for DC films. Marvel’s “Spiderman” came swinging in July as its third adaptation in the past decade, while Marvel’s “The Defenders” on Netflix was incredibly hyped in August.

 |  Written by Elora DuClos  |  0

Have you ever received a personalized note? Perhaps for your birthday, or a holiday? Hopefully you recall a time when someone gave you a handmade card expressing their admiration for you, or wishing you a “Merry Christmas.” During the first home football game of the year on Sept. 9, the Pride of the Mountains marching band debuted their new production for 2017, which is entitled “Take Note!”

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Press release courtesy of Bil Studenc, Director of the Office of Communications and Public Relations.

CULLOWHEE – Enrique Gomez, associate professor of physics and astronomy at Western Carolina University, is reminding members of the public who plan to view the solar eclipse that will darken Western North Carolina skies on Monday, Aug. 21, to use only certified eclipse glasses in order to prevent serious eye damage.