Bible believers: demonstrators preach gospel to UNC Asheville campus

On a dreary Monday morning, the Orea family set up camp in front of Ramsey Library, one of the designated free speech zones on campus. The family was here to spread their beliefs using a street preaching method. UNC Asheville students gathered around them, engaging in conversation and protest.

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Beat from the street (September 26th, 2017)

In the latest installment of our pursuit for Asheville’s greatest characters, we run into a self-proclaimed minister. Also, June Star likes to draw pictures of bugs.

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Alumnus art piece initiates conversation about the sanctity of religious images

A piece of student art was criticized for its portrayal of the Virgin Mary. Although the piece was misconstrued as it actually portrays Saint Gudula, Patroness of Brussels, the initial complaint raises a deeper conversation about the interpretation of images.

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