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The conference will explore the impact of wild and wild-simulated American Ginseng on the economy, health, and culture of Western North Carolina.
The event celebrates all aspects of pop culture, from film and TV to costuming and comics.
Also, an architectural scavenger hunt, Counter Culture coffee events in Asheville and more.
Also, star gazing at UNCA’s observatory, “sketchy” T-shirts and more.
UNC Asheville gets $1 million donation to create new institute for land use, sustainability institute
The McCullough Institute for Conservation, Land Use and Environmental Resiliency honors Dr. Charles T. McCullough Jr., a founding partner in Blue Ridge Bone and Joint Clinic.
The Grammy winners will headline the new four-day festival that will feature music, theater, local artists and more.
UNCA mass comm prof: Asheville Citizen-Times should cover its own journalistic failure with ‘Raleigh Digest’
A 48-page political insert into the Citizen-Times last week was paid for by a company owned by Republican Rep. Tim Moffitt, but it wasn’t labeled as such.
A lecture and film screening will accompany the poster art show opening party on Oct. 17. Art on view starting Oct. 1.
Hornsby’s move is the second shoe to drop following the move of former UNCA head coach to Wilmington.
McDevitt played for the Bulldogs from 1997-2001.
It’s wishful thinking, but UNCA men’s coach Eddie Biedenbach might still be in Asheville if refs hadn’t blown a big call in last year’s NCAA tourney.
Someone has set up an unauthorized survey asking the public to rate UNC Asheville Chancellor Anne Ponder’s leadership.
The documentary, by Asheville’s Adams Woods and Francine Cavanaugh, follows a former coal miner as he and his neighbors fight for the future of their valley.
Local artists, theatrical and musical performances, workshops on indy filmmaking, tabletop card gaming and much more.
UNCA’s campus cops will wear the cameras on either their clothing or their heads, the newspaper reports.
Students used the crabapple tree’s big limbs as warm-weather lounge chairs for decades.
Here’s your chance to see NBA stars like Ben Gordon, Gerald Henderson, Kemba Walker and Reggie Williams up close.
The Puerto Rico Tip-Off is an ESPN pre-season college basketball tournament happening in November in San Juan. This year, it’s Nov. 15-18. The 2012 tournament also includes NC State, Massachusetts, Akron, Oklahoma State, Penn State, Providence and Tennessee. From the Tip-Off website: The 2012 Puerto Rico Tip-Off, an early-season men’s basketball tournament, has secured all eight teams in the field, including NCAA Championship invitees North Carolina State and UNC[Read More…]
Press release here: UNC Asheville and Asheville Area Chamber Host “Thank You Asheville” Rally March 27 UNC Asheville and the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce will host a “Way to Go, Asheville” Rally on Tuesday, March 27, to thank the fans, volunteers and sponsors of the recent Southern Conference and Big South basketball tournaments. The hour-long event, which is free[Read More…]
UNC Asheville’s well-known and nationally respected N.C. Center for Creative Retirement was recently awarded a $2 million endowment from the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. The Center for Creative Retirement is known for its courses targeting older residents seeking to continue their education, broaden their leadership skills and much more. The Osher institute offers programs that fit with that mission. Go[Read More…]
UNC Asheville soccer players Lassi Hurskainen and Dan Jackson star in another amazing trick shot video starring countless soccer balls and the Grinch. Over the past year, Hurskainen has become a YouTube sensation with his amazing trick shot videos. His videos have garnered hundreds of thousands of views. And this one does not disappoint.