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  • Celebrate the Turning of the Maples, Oct. 22 Post date: Monday, October 20 Turning of the Maples

    Join the campus community in a celebration of the season, with Turning of the Maples on the Quad on Oct. 22, 2014, at 1:30 p.m.  Enjoy hot apple cider, gingersnap cookies and music in this annual autumn tradition at UNC Asheville. 


  • “The Mystical Arts of Tibet” Weeklong Residency at UNC Asheville, Oct. 20-24 Post date: Friday, October 17 Mystical Arts of Tibet

    During their weeklong residency at UNC Asheville from Oct. 20-24, monks from the Drepung Loseling monastery branch in Atlanta, Ga., will offer public lectures on Tibetan culture and religion and perform sacred music and dance.


  • Bulldog Basketball Season Starts in November Post date: Thursday, October 16 Corey Littlejohn is one of three seniors on this year's men's basketball team.

    Corey Littlejohn is one of three seniors on this year's men's basketball team. Men’s and Women’s Bulldog Basketball will soon return to Kimmel Arena. Both teams play exhibition games in Kimmel Arena against Brevard College on Nov. 8.


  • Inquiry ARC: The Shape of Critical Thinking at UNC Asheville Post date: Tuesday, October 14 Inquiry ARC

    Learning has a new shape at UNC Asheville, and it hinges on the connections made between students and faculty.


  • Behind the Scenes with TheatreUNCA Post date: Wednesday, October 8 TheatreUNCA performance in October 2014

    When TheatreUNCA opens its fall 2014 season with Dead Man’s Cell Phone, theatergoers will enter a redesigned space, configured specifically for this production.


  • Weathering the Storm: Atmospheric Sciences Alum Damon Lane Talks Tornadoes Post date: Monday, October 6 Damon Lane

    “There are a lot of eyes watching us right now, lets make sure we give the right message to the people…It’s up to us to get the message out of exactly where the tornado is.” Those were the words of Damon Lane, chief meteorologist for KOCO 5 News in Oklahoma City and UNC Asheville alumnus, as he prepared for what could now be considered one of the biggest storms of the century.


  • Squibb Lecturer Shows How Science is Fun, Sept. 29-30 Post date: Friday, October 3 Professor of Chemistry Bassam Z. Shakhashiri shows how science is fun

    Professor of Chemistry Bassam Z. Shakhashiri from the University of Wisconsin-Madison served as the 2014 guest speaker for the S. Dexter Squibb Lecture Series. On Sept. 29-30, he spoke to students and the community about the joy of learning science as well as the opportunities and responsibilities regarding science and society.


  • Science Meets Music – The Crossroads Project Kicks Off Ecomusics 2014 on Oct. 2 Post date: Wednesday, October 1

    A collaboration between the acclaimed Fry Street Quartet and physicist Robert Davies, The Crossroads Project presents an artistic and scientific expression of humanity at a crossroads of environmental risks and responses.