FreeQuency, a social justice poet and performer, traveled to UNC Asheville’s Highsmith Grotto to educate and share her views on topics such as Black Lives Matter.Read more
Spaceman Jones and The Motherships released Vol. 2 of their self-titled album series, reflecting on the most recent chapter in their lives and pointing out injustices in the Asheville communityRead more
The All Go West festival will take place in West Asheville on Haywood Road, and features craft vendors, food and five stages of live music and is free to the publicRead more
Environmental studies instructor Landon Ward takes students to the Everglades on herpetology trips every other year, and now he’s preparing for his fourth journey this summer.Read more
Thomas Calder describes himself as structured, creative and anxious. A literature enthusiast, the 32-year-old writer for the Mountain Xpress also enjoys listening to Rancid.Read more
Though released 18 years ago, David Ebershoff’s The Danish Girl was brought back into the prominence with the 2015 release of a film based on the book starring Eddie Redmayne as the title character. On a recent visit to UNC Asheville, the writer spoke about his process and criticisms of the work.Read more
Taylor Wilson uses her tattoos to remember cherished memories with loved onesRead more
The 2017 report from the International Women’s Media Foundation details sexual harassment behind the scenes of news media organizations. Female reports share their personal stories.Read more
On March 3, TEDxUNCA will be hosting a conference titled Love, Music and Other Drugs after taking a year and a half to plan.Read more
Former Marine stages bootcamp to prepare drama department for new production.
Welcome Home, Jenny Sutter takes center stage this week; a story with heart wrapped in reality.