• Native American Comedy Group, the 1491s, Perform Feb. 22 Post date: Friday, February 17

    The 1491s sketch comedy group – a self-described “gaggle of Indians chock full of cynicism” – will perform at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 22 in UNC Asheville’s Lipinsky Auditorium.

    For more information, read the press release

  • "Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals: 1933-1945" on Display Through April 7 Post date: Friday, February 17

    UNC Asheville will host the North Carolina debut of the traveling historical exhibition, Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals 1933-1945, produced by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, from Feb.

    Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals exhibit
  • UNC Asheville’s Dr. Martha McKay on Whole-Health in the Modern World Post date: Thursday, February 16

    Though it takes a bit of a walk to get from the residence halls to the Health and Counseling Center, UNC Asheville’s newest medical director, Dr. Martha McKay, makes students feel right at home. Her whole-health approach to care combined with her enthusiasm for students’ well-being makes McKay a perfect fit for the friendly and caring staff at the Health and Counseling Center.

    Health and Counseling Center
  • 3.14--A Race for Pi at UNC Asheville Post date: Monday, February 13

    UNC Asheville will host a Pi Run/Walk on Sunday, March 12, in honor of the upcoming Pi Day (3/14) and to celebrate all things mathematical. Competitive runners and community members are invited to the outdoor Straus Track at UNC Asheville to test their one-mile time or complete a Pi distance (3.14 miles) fun run/walk. The first one-mile run starts at Pi time, 3:14 p.m.

    Pi run 2017
  • Brown Hall Spices Things Up Over the Spring Semester Post date: Thursday, February 2

    Students can look forward to a variety of new menu innovations and events at dining venues around campus in spring 2017.

    Brown Hall will feature local guest chefs throughout the semester, and plans to offer new menu items geared towards wellness at the Create and Nourish stations like chicken yakisoba, kale and sweet potato bowls, and ratatouille barley salad, to name a few.

    Food from Brown Hall
  • Black History Month at UNC Asheville 2017 Post date: Thursday, February 2

    UNC Asheville will present a variety of special programs in February for Black History Month, including a gospel music performance and lecture, an exhibition by Asheville-based photographer Micah MacKenzie, a discussion on the theme, A Reintroduction: Black Lives Still Matter, and more.

    Black History Month 2017
  • Checking Out Sustainability Initiatives at Ramsey Library Post date: Wednesday, February 1

    Ramsey Library might have the most iconic steps on campus, but inside this building at the heart of campus are dedicated staff members who have been taking steps which embody the university’s core value of sustainability.

    Wendy Mullis and Barbara Svenson
  • Head Coach Nick McDevitt and "Coaches vs. Cancer" Campaign Post date: Monday, January 30

    UNC Asheville  men's basketball head coach Nick McDevitt will make an appearance as a Subway Sandwich artist on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017.

    McDevitt's sandwich artistry will be on full display from 12-1 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 1, at the Subway restaurant on 740 Merrimon Ave., Merrimon Square, Asheville, NC 28804.

    Nick McDevitt