Pandemic arson sparks harmful inconvenience at Asheville comfort retailer – The Blue Banner

Austin Campbell News writer acampbell@unca.edu Photos by Austin CampbellPhoto by Prashant Patel speaking about where the fire was lit. Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the Asheville Fire Department said Buncombe County has seen an increase in fire crimes. “It is important to understand what arson is. Arson is a broad term used to describe a… Continue reading Pandemic arson sparks harmful inconvenience at Asheville comfort retailer – The Blue Banner

Home windows 10 replace inflicting blue display screen of demise — simply by printing

Attention Windows 10 users – there is another way to trigger a blue screen of death. As of the last update, simply printing a device could crash your device. Fortunately, there are ways around this and Microsoft seems to be working on a fix. The latest automatic security update titled KB5000802 (OS Builds 19041.867 and… Continue reading Home windows 10 replace inflicting blue display screen of demise — simply by printing

Microsoft fixes Home windows 10 printing subject that causes blue display screen of dying

Microsoft has fixed the Windows 10 issue that causes the blue screen of death to appear when printing on certain devices. Earlier this week, it was reported that the Windows 10 March update (Windows 10 KB5000802) was causing problems. The problem was later confirmed by Microsoft and can now be fixed with an optional update.… Continue reading Microsoft fixes Home windows 10 printing subject that causes blue display screen of dying

A tour of UNCA’s sustainable initiatives – The Blue Banner

Ashley Tysaic Sportjournalist atysiac@unca.edu Foto von Xander LordIan O’Brien, Major für Massenkommunikation im zweiten Jahr, entsorgt seinen Müll ordnungsgemäß, um den Campus grün zu halten. UNC Asheville ist stolz auf die zahlreichen Umweltauszeichnungen, die es in den letzten Jahren regelmäßig erhalten hat – Bee Campus USA, Tree Campus USA, LEED-Gold- und Silber-Zertifizierungen (Leadership in Energy… Continue reading A tour of UNCA’s sustainable initiatives – The Blue Banner

March Home windows 10 replace seems to trigger blue display screen of dying when printing

Windows 10 March Update (Windows 10 KB5000802) seems to cause some users to see the blue screen of death. A Reddit thread and report from Windows Latest has multiple stories of people who have encountered problems since installing the latest Windows 10 update. The problem seems to occur while trying to print something, although it… Continue reading March Home windows 10 replace seems to trigger blue display screen of dying when printing

Wild edibles are on the menu – The Blue Banner

Madison Clark Contributor mclark9@unca.edu Photo courtesy of Danielle McComasDanielle and Blaize McComas look for mushrooms on their property. Spring brings blooms, rainy weather, and foraging every Saturday afternoon in Asheville through May 8th. “Ultimately, the main reason for foraging is what I would call a spiritual or religious experience,” said Alan Muskat, CEO of No… Continue reading Wild edibles are on the menu – The Blue Banner

Pandemic arson sparks harmful inconvenience at Asheville comfort retailer – The Blue Banner

Austin Campbell Message writer acampbell@unca.edu Photo by Aubrie HolcombPhoto of the Riversedge Shell gas station on Swannanoa River Road. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Asheville Fire Department announced that there had been an increase in fire-related crimes in Buncombe County. “It is important to understand what arson is. Arson is a broad… Continue reading Pandemic arson sparks harmful inconvenience at Asheville comfort retailer – The Blue Banner

Asheville Residents Converse Out Towards Charlotte Avenue Demolishment – The Blue Banner

Brandon Ayoungchee Arts & Features Writer bayoungc@unca.edu The intersection of Charlotte Street and Clyde Street. Some Asheville residents oppose the demolition of historic Charlotte Street homes. Asheville residents near Charlotte Street are putting up their Save Charlotte Street signs to protect 11-13 historic homes from demolition. Residents Molly Madsen and Philip King, who both live… Continue reading Asheville Residents Converse Out Towards Charlotte Avenue Demolishment – The Blue Banner

Asheville Residents Converse Out In opposition to Charlotte Road Demolishment – The Blue Banner

Brandon Ayoungchee Arts & Features Writer bayoungc@unca.edu Asheville residents near Charlotte Street are putting up their Save Charlotte Street signs to protect 11-13 historic homes from demolition. Residents Molly Madsen and Philip King, who both live on Evelyn Place, explained their different opinions on the preservation of Charlotte Street. “As far as I know, the… Continue reading Asheville Residents Converse Out In opposition to Charlotte Road Demolishment – The Blue Banner

Thieves on campus goal college students’ automobiles – The Blue Banner

Diego Garcia photographer dgarcia1@unca.edu Photo by Diego GarciaJonah Cloninger, Vice President of Biltmore Iron and Metal Co., spoke about the legality of buying certain auto parts from individual sellers. According to Stephanie Weiner, thieves cost students at UNC Asheville thousands of dollars from stolen auto parts. “I turned my car on to go to the… Continue reading Thieves on campus goal college students’ automobiles – The Blue Banner