Democracy North Carolina trains lobbyists for upcoming lobby day against gerrymandering

Constituents in districts of Western North Carolina gathered at a training session about lobbying. On Wednesday, the participants will speak to their respective representatives in Raleigh to fight against gerrymandering in the state and congressional districts.

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Partnership between UNCA and Mission Health focuses on the non-clinical aspects of health care

The recent partnership between UNC Asheville and Mission Health continues a relationship previously held between the two facilities, as well as creating a non-clinical wellness plan for students, faculty and staff.

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SGA hosts programs during Black Lives Matter: The Revival week

SGA hosted the week-long event Black Lives Matter: The Revival. The events proved to be successful in engaging the campus community and surfaced important conversations about inclusion, diversity and the importance of maintaining this conversation outside of the event.

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STEAM Studio creates opportunities for student organization to build electric car

The Society of Automotive Engineers will enter an international race this summer with an electric car built by UNC Asheville students. The assembly of the car takes place in the STEAM Studio which opened in December.

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Chancellor Mary Grant speaks with SGA about progressing positive leadership in community

SGA held their 50th senate meeting and welcomed Chancellor Mary K. Grant and the UNC Asheville College Republicans. Grant encouraged the members of SGA to continue being leaders of their communities and also encouraged keeping an open dialogue between oneself and those who may hold conflicting opinions.

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Student opinions on SGA show engagement within campus community could be improved

Students expressed their opinions about SGA and their involvement with the campus community. The need for student opinions followed an SGA senate meeting where the topic of increasing student engagement was addressed.

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