New arrival: Courtney McCluskey arrives forward and center

Freshman economics student Courtney McCluskey arrived halfway through the school year but is aiming high to earn her spot on the field with the Bulldogs’ women’s soccer team.

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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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Beat from the street (Feb. 13, 2018)

Sundance Henson has a lot to say about the current state of Asheville. From its people to the recent price of housing, he holds nothing back in this candid interview.

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Behind the numbers: a look at the refugee admissions process

The refugee vetting process to the United States is very complicated and takes a minimum of two years. Now, with admissions being slashed, the complexities of the process may deepen further.

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NC Dreamers affected by Trump’s DACA rescission

Donald Trump wants to deport all undocumented people in the United States. More than 800,000 of these people are Dreamers, undocumented individuals who either came to the U.S. very young or were born here and have received DACA grants that allow them to stay and work and attend college. With Trump’s rescission of this DACA program, these Dreamers face deportation from the only home they’ve ever known.

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North Carolina is one of the top states for refugee assistance

North Carolina ranks ninth in the country for states for resettled refugees. For many people working at organizations to help people fleeing from conflict, it is vital and important to lend a hand to assist those in need.

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Beat from the street (Nov. 11, 2017)

Poor Boy Krill is a blues musician who describes himself as free, creative and disciplined. Mikey the Fiddler Man has an unusual motto.

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Beat from the street (Oct. 24, 2017)

Cathy Hubbell is an Uber driver who finds herself becoming more outgoing as time progresses. Diana Loveland, a police officer, shares what she likes and dislikes most about her job.

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