The Cherokee Nation has selected 10 cyclists for its 2017 Remember the Removal Bike Ride this June.
UNC Asheville will celebrate Spring 2017 Commencement on Saturday, May 13, with alumna Ko Barrett, deputy assistant administrator for research for NOAA, serving as commencement speaker for the morning ceremony. Barrett will receive an honorary degree, along with honorary degree recipients EBCI Beloved Woman Ellen Bird, artist Stoney Lamar, and pediatrician Olson Huff.
He is a U.S. Navy veteran from World War II, a Cherokee historian and storyteller, an Indian ballgame caller, a Cherokee first language speaker, and soon he will be a doctor.
More than 160 students made the president’s list, and 134 others made the dean’s list for the fall semester at Southwestern Community College.
Prospective college students will have a chance to learn what life on campus is all about as Western Carolina University holds Open House on Saturday, March 25.
A total of 26 Cherokee Elementary School students will have their artwork at display at the annual Youth Art Month Show at WCU’s Fine and Performing Arts Center.
Madison Hye Long looks at things differently than most people. She has the eye of a photographer, and sees the world through her lens.
The EBCI Cooperative Extension Office is collaborating with the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Service to host a Pesticide Disposal Assistance Program event at the Acquoni Expo Center on Tuesday, March 21 from 10am – 2pm.
Siyo, the month of February was a very fun month for me.
Livia Lambert, an EBCI tribal member and senior at Cherokee High School, has been chosen to serve as a North Carolina delegate to the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders event being held in Lowell, Mass. near Boston on June 29 – July 1.