Opening the Sherrill Center
Angular rooflines framed against the backdrop of Mount Pisgah provided a scenic setting for the April 18 dedication ceremony of the Wilma M. Sherrill Center, the largest and
newest building at UNC Asheville—a building that signals the university's commitment to promoting healthy living.
Questioning the Answers
Instead of coasting toward graduation during her final semester, UNC Asheville alumna Samantha Little spent spring 2010 juggling an undergraduate research project, campus leadership duties and a full academic schedule that required an internship, volunteer work and peer mentoring.
It Takes Hard Work
From the podium, John Williams scanned the crowd of basketball fans who greeted the Bulldogs when they returned to campus after their magical run in the post-season. The lone senior among the team's stars, Williams was the first player to step to the microphone, but his first words had nothing to do with basketball. Instead, as he craned his neck, looking for one of his professors, he said, "Please, just give me a little time—I'll get the work done."