Food Trucks on Campus at Lunchtime Aug. 3-7 and Aug. 10-13Posted: With dining facilities at Brown Hall closing to prepare for the opening of the fall semester, lunches will be available from two local food trucks in front of Brown Hall.
The mobile chefs have provided these descriptions of their cuisine:
Ceci’s Culinary Tour: Cecilia’s Kitchen menu features our homemade authentic gluten free crêpes, empanadas, tamales, soups, salads, and daily specials. We understand the importance of healthy eating, affordable pricing, and supporting our local economy buying locally grown organic ingredients whenever possible. That’s why we cook with organic products like beef, chicken, pork, flour, eggs, and seasonal vegetables. As a result, our cuisine is fresh and mouthwatering!
The Real Food Truck: At The Real Food Truck, you'll find nothing but real ingredients. Our divinely delicious culinary creations are crafted with nutrient-dense, sustainably grown, local, whole foods. We're giving traditional foods - like grass-fed beef, bone-broth, butter and fermented veggies - a modern twist. Come taste a little piece of paradise.
Some days, both trucks will be parked in front of Brown Hall; other days only one truck will be there, during these hours: 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m. on August 3-7, and August 10-13th.
The Lifestyle Dining Hall in Brown Hall will reopen for the fall semester on Friday, August 14.
Melodie Galloway Directs Lake Junaluska Singers in Two Free ConcertsPosted: The Lake Junaluska Singers will give two final summer concerts.
From Melodie Galloway, UNC Asheville chair and associate professor of music:
The singers produce an incredible sound, with tight harmonies and beautiful a cappella singing. Each singer is auditioned and most come from some of the top music programs in the southeastern US (UNC-Chapel Hill, UNCG, St. Olaf College, UA-Birmingham - and our own campus as well!).
Performances take place on Sunday, Aug. 2nd, 6:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church, in downtown Asheville, and on Wed. Aug. 5th, 7:30 p.m. at Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church, Merrimon Ave., in North Asheville.
Both performances are free of charge. Hope to see you there -
Peter Haschke Receives Best Dissertation AwardPosted: Peter Haschke, assistant professor of political science, received the Best Dissertation Award of the Human Rights Section of the American Political Science Association.
This award will be presented at the upcoming meetings of the APSA 2015 APSA Annual Meeting & Exhibition. Haschke's dissertation, defended in Spring 2014 at the University of Rochester, is entitled, "Democracy and the Human Right to the Physical Integrity of the Person."
Moscow Exhibit by Igor Roussanoff of UNC Asheville Drama Department Gets Extension, Royal VisitorPosted: The exhibition on theater costume history at Moscow's Bakhrusin State Central Theatre Museum, curated by UNC Ashville Drama Lecturer Igor Roussanoff, has been extended to mid-September, and received positive notice from noted theatrical art collector, Russian Prince Nikita Lobanov-Rostovsky.
To learn more, visit the Department of Drama Facebook page and look for the July 17 entry.
Student Recreation Center Closed but Pool Remains OpenPosted: The multipurpose courts, indoor track and racquetball courts of the Student Recreation Center are closed through Sunday, August 9, but the pool remains open.
The swimming pool, dance studios and Sherrill Center fitness room will remain open.
Thank you for your understanding as we work to improve our facilities.
Igor Roussanoff to Open Costume Exhibition in MoscowPosted: The international exhibition, "Costume at the Turn of the Century 1990-2015," at the Theatre Museum in Moscow, will be on view June 15 - August 1. Igor Roussanoff, UNC Asheville Drama Department lecturer and costume designer, is chief curator for the exhibition.
For more information, see the announcement.