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The edited, aired version is also available, however Dr. Allen has a way with words that shouldn't go to waste. This is the full phone conversation that was later edited for on air use.
Dr. Levern Hamlin Allen was the first student of African American decent enrolled in any North Carolina School. The Fall of 2019 marked the opening of the freshman residence hall, Levern Hamlin Allen Hall. In this program Allen talks about her time at Western, as well as her life apart from this institution.
This is a summer focused program that tells the do's and dont's to hiking, the summer fun happening in Jackson county and allows us to learn a little more about our outdoor recreation manager, Molly.
Host David Fernandez and Sergeant Jacob Deal of WCU Police Department discuss crosswalk safety on campus at Western Carolina University.
This nonprofit organization reaches out to the community to encourage people to "get their hands dirty" to really get involved with and educated about the natural resource water is. This program highlights the adopt a river program, how to safely irrigate, how dirt effects water quality and yearly programs like kids in the creek!
Founder and President Chioma Opara talks about the Organization for African Students and how it represents the African culture within rural Western North Carolina. This program highlights the past and future events associated with the organization, with many events focusing on African culture through music, dance and cuisine. April 2019 is the two year anniversary for this organization on Western's Campus.
This public affairs program touches on who our dean of students is an overview of what he does how to get in contact with him what goals he sees western achieving and ways to make the campus thrive
Clean Slate Coalition is a program for women based in Sylva, NC and serving the surrounding area. Listen to hear what they do!
A discussion with owner/founder Pat Thomas about Advocates for Animals in Jackson County. What their goals are, what services they offer, and tips on how to safely care for pets in the home and outdoors.
Previously known as dance marathon, Miracle is a program where people dance for 12 hours to look out for kids in Greenville, SC. Listen to learn more!
In this short interview, Plantenberg talks about how to keep up with your mental health- and calls to end the stigma on making sure our mindset is as healthy as our body!
What is the tunnel of oppression?
In this interview, Ricardo talks about the diversity in each individual, how to make a college campus personal, and how he is diverse.
This is a public affairs program with Intercultural Affairs on Western Carolina University's campus. Dr. Patterson discusses topics about inequality, how people can get involved on campus, and what the ICA means for WCU