Four members of the Astudillo family are part of the WCU family. But that's not what makes their story unique. Read more in "WCU Unsung Heroes - The Astudillo Family."
A suite in the Lawrence Center is now home to the WCU Resource Pantry and is stocked with nonperishable food, toiletries, and school supplies. The pantry addresses the issues of food insecurity and limited resources faced by some WCU students. Read more in "WCU Resource Pantry Opens Its Doors."
Volunteers from all across WCU turned out to help veterans, support an AIDs organization and even put a holiday sparkle on Tanglewood. Read more about these great things happening at the University in "WCU Points of Pride."
Oct. 3 was Green Dot Day at WCU. Green Dot is a bystander intervention program that works to prevent sexual assault, stalking, and domestic violence. Read more in "Green Dot Day Spreads Awareness that Violence is Never Okay."
December graduate Rachel Van Tassel studied in Barcelona this past summer. She was one of a select group of undergraduates nationwide to receive the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship. Read more in "Eight Questions for Gilman Scholar Rachel Van Tassel."
In 2016, the Adapted Physical Activities Program celebrated its 10th year of hosting CampAbilitiesPA@WCU. Read more in "CampAbilitiesPA@WCU Celebrates 10 Years."