Features

  • Share Your Adventure: Enter the International Photo Contest Post date: Monday, September 26

    Traveling countless miles around the globe, students and faculty capture breath-taking photos each year on UNC Asheville’s Study Abroad trips. The International Photo Contest, hosted by the Study Abroad office, is the perfect way for students, faculty, and staff members to share their experiences.


    "Untamed Scars" photo of a lion
  • Men's Soccer Wins First Conference Victory in Double Overtime Post date: Monday, September 26

    The men’s soccer team won their first conference victory of the season at home against Longwood University (3-2) in double overtime in their game against Longwood Univeristy on Sept. 24.


    Zach Joens
  • Introducing Ramsey Library’s New Digital Scholarship Team Post date: Thursday, September 22

    In response to growing interest in the digital liberal arts, UNC Asheville’s Ramsey Library has formed the Digital Scholarship Team.


    Equipment checkout at Ramsey Library
  • Students Research Possible Atmospheric Rivers in WNC Post date: Tuesday, September 20

    There’s a river flowing through Western North Carolina. Not the French Broad or the Swannanoa—this river is thousands of feet above our heads, and it’s made up of moisture moving through the atmosphere. Or at least, atmospheric sciences student Lukas Stewart thinks there might be.


    Lukas Stewart
  • Islamic Art: Between Preservation and Destruction Post date: Thursday, September 15

    UNC Asheville will present Islamic Art: Between Preservation and Destruction, a series of scholarly presentations and exhibitions, free and open to the public, Sept. 19-30.  


    Left to right: Navina Najat Haidar, Samar Traboulsi and Rohina Malik
  • Leading the Way – Celebrating Athletics Scholarships at UNC Asheville Post date: Wednesday, September 14

    Bulldog pride was on the menu Sept. 13, as UNC Asheville athletes and supporters shared their stories and a few game highlights at the annual endowed scholarship luncheon in the Wilma M. Sherrill Center.


    Bulldog track athlete
  • Food, Dance and Art: UNC Asheville Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month Post date: Wednesday, September 14

    UNC Asheville will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15 – Oct. 15, with special events that recognize the important contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States while celebrating their heritage and culture. The month’s events include cultural cuisine cooking lessons, a Latin American dance class, art exhibitions and more.


    Hispanic Heritage Month
  • UNC Asheville Women's Golf Team Turns in First Scorecards in School History at William & Mary Post date: Tuesday, September 13

    The UNC Asheville women’s golf team turned in their first scorecards in school history on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016, after the first two rounds of the William & Mary Invitational Women’s Golf Tournament.

    The Bulldogs are currently in ninth place out of eleven teams with a team score of 628 after 36 holes.


    Women's Golf team