- published: 14 Oct 2015
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This vlog is about the area surrounding UNCA. It also has info for off campus students.
Driving Downtown - Asheville North Carolina USA - Season 1 Episode 4. Starting Point: https://goo.gl/maps/3tVLwLdT1sm Highlights include Patton Ave - College St - Church St - Biltmore Ave - Broadway - Lexington Ave - Haywood St - Page Ave - Battery Park Ave - Wall St. Asheville is a city in and the county seat of Buncombe County, North Carolina, United States. It is the largest city in Western North Carolina, and the 11th largest city in North Carolina. The city's population was 83,393 according to the 2010 United States census. It is the principal city in the four-county Asheville metropolitan area, with a population of 424,858 in 2010. Asheville is home to the United States National Climatic Data Center (NCDC), the world's largest active archive of weather data. Nationwid...
Travel and Leisure Magazine says Asheville is one of the top ten college towns in America. Asheville is ranked eighth behind cities like Burlington Vermont, Charlottesville Virginia and Boulder Colorado. The magazine describes the city as down to earth and quirky. Wicked weed brewing, barley's taproom and the orange peel are just some of the hot spots for college aged kids.One of the things I did in my first year was I went to the drum circle and it was really exciting and energetic and it felt like kind of a community there., said UNC Asheville student Christopher Rolle. Outdoor activities is also a draw. I like to go out into nature a lot. I like to go out to the Blue Ridge Parkway and just hike around in the woods and I also go downtown and I go and check out the scene. I go to some...
We did a lot of shopping for band camp and college while we were in Asheville, so we decided to film a haul of what we bought! Thanks for watching!! Don't forget to like and subscribe! Katie: Instagram: Katie_kelsey7 Twitter: Katieeek121 Daisey: Instagram: daisey803 Twitter: daisey803
Just cruising the streets of Downtown Asheville, NC in this Part 3 of my March 10, 2013 Sunday Drive. SH Cress, Lexington Ave., Walnut Street, Mellow Mushroom, Street Musicians, Broadway, Pack Square, interesting folks on the sidewalks and more in this little sightseeing gem!
Swimming news is courtesy of SwimSwam.com (http://swimswam.com) UNC Asheville reinstated their Division I Women's Swim Team after a thirty year hiatus. The program began at the start of the 2012-2013 school year, led by Head Coach Elizabeth Lykins. The team has come quite far since their inaugural team of 8 athletes. This past season, the team was 19 members strong and boasted a record breaking season. At the 2015 Coastal Collegiate Swimming Association Conference Championships, the Bulldogs scored 422 points. Their previous best was 135 points. By the end of the meet, the team set 10 new varsity records and 5 new freshman records. Senior Captain Galen Broido Senior Captain Galen Broido The Blue & White will have 29 swimmers in the 2015-2016 season, as they are welcoming 12 freshman to ...
This is a fantastic opportunity to own a piece of history and be in the heart of downtown Asheville. The Kress building was built from 1926-1928, and meticulously rehabbed in 2000-2002. The Asheville Kress building is one of a handful of Kress Buildings on the National Registry of Historic Places. This designation gives all owners of condos at the Kress Building local property tax abatement (1/2 off property tax). With 21 residential condos and ground floor retail, this Kress Building is unique among other Kress Buildings because of its blend between the Art Deco design and the Neo Classical design. The building also boasts cream color glazed terra-cotta tiles bordered with blue and orange rosette tiles on the upper floors. Owners in this Asheville masterpiece can relax and watch magnific...
As an aspiring filmmaker and AHS fan I figured, "what the heck?" Hope you enjoy! This is my film project for my Principles of Digital Design class in the New Media department at UNC-Asheville. Created in Adobe Premiere CC. A huge thanks to my lovely hallmates and close friends who helped me out with this, to my beautiful girlfriend who cheered me on all along, and to my outstanding professor who showed me the ropes and let me run with it.
We stopped by Asheville-Buncombe Tech College so my Papa (who went with us on our fall break get away) could visit with one of his friends from high school days who helps runs the Southern Appalachian Radio Museum which is located at AB and after we got done visiting since it was such a nice not too hot or too cold weather day, we explored the college buildings to see what elevators they had. Here is one of the last ones we discovered yesterday. This was taken on my iPod as iPhone battery and camera battery had already given out. Sorry about some of the shaking, mom's not used to filming with the iPod and it is a lot lighter and slimmer than the other cameras we use.
http://GoGrove.com Stopped by The Grove Apartments in Asheville North Carolina to check out the St Pattys day party at the Clubhouse. Got this interview with Jourdan, who does a lot of the online networking, and seems great to work with. Also see the response to this video which is a tour of the clubhouse, etc. Thank you Jourdan, Meagan, and McKenna!
Here's a brief video from the Piedmont-Appalachian College of Commissioner Science 2017 - Asheville, NC. This is a commissioners college that involves the Blue Ridge, Coastal Carolina, Daniel Boone, Great Smoky Mountain, Palmetto, Piedmont, and Sequoyah Councils. #PellissippiBSA #GSMC
Produced in partnership with the Asheville Art Museum, 2016.
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