Women’s basketball tops Charleston Southern

The Bulldogs dig deep to defeat Charleston Southern in overtime, winning their second game in three days.

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UNCA men’s basketball team brings another win

The UNCA men’s basketball team comes home with another victory as their 2017-18 season comes to an end.

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A method to the madness: How unwashed pants might yield big results

Baseball has a rich history of superstition and UNC Asheville’s team is no exception.

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UNC Asheville defeats Gardner-Webb

UNC Asheville’s men’s basketball beat a talented Gardner-Webb team to win their second conference game in a row and climb to second in the Big South Standings.

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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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Beat From the Street (April 20, 2016)

Alan Crenshaw, 60, former computer technician from Houston  “I’ve got no toes now. I’m toeless.” How did that happen? “Diabetes.

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Music Video Asheville showcases musicians via alternative medium

Kaytee Weidenfeld Contributor kweidenfeld@unca.edu The social media revolution has created rapid change for the music industry. Chris “The Professor” Tegge

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