• Appalachian student awarded honor society scholarship

    Kayla Mounce, a  sophomore sustainable development major at Appalachian State, was awarded a scholarship for her engagement in extracurricular activities. Mounce received the society involvement scholarship from honorsociety.org for her involvement with the extracurricular organizations “Collegians for Christ” and “Students on a Mission.” Mounce was also on both the...
  • Ethnography lab hosts viewing of new film

    Appalachian State’s anthropology department’s ethnography lab premiered a rough cut of their new film, “At the Foot of the Beast,” on March 1. The ethnography lab presented the film and held an open discussion in order to premiere the lab’s first project and introduce the concept of an ethnography...
  • Office of Sustainability’s Food Pantry open for students

    The Office of Sustainability has opened a food pantry and free store in the basement of East Hall across from Stick Boy Bread Company. The “Feed Yosef” food pantry is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and is open to all ASU students, faculty and...
  • Belk Library holds first African-American read-in

    Appalachian State University held its first ever African American read-in last Wednesday in the atrium of the Belk Library. Jennifer Natale, a liaison librarian, said the read-in is part of a larger national effort by the Black Caucus of the National Council of Teachers to bring people together and...
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