Appalachian State Fencing, a club sport established in 1899, welcomes new members of all skill levels to participate. The oldest club sport on campus, they hold weekly practices in the Quinn Recreational Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting at 8 p.m. and lasting until around 10 p.m. Fencing equipment is also provided to members. The
For several years, the town of Boone has been a hotspot for trivia nights. With restaurants all over Rivers and King streets hosting weekly trivia nights, there is not a dull moment for those who wish to enjoy a meal while also testing their knowledge. One particular restaurant, Rivers Street Ale House, has been hosting
Ransom Cafe and Pub, located in downtown Boone on King Street, is home to eclectic pub grub and live music sessions, one being their weekly old time music jams. Happening every Wednesday night starting at 7 p.m., Ransom welcomes any old time music lovers to come sit down and enjoy authentic music performed by some
Watauga Residential College is an integrative learning experience for students who are looking to get a little more out of their educational careers here at App State. Watauga is a place for students to come together and learn more about themselves, their spirituality, the environment and pretty much anything one may look for in Boone.
Establishing relationships and friendships and overcoming awkwardness is something that every first-year student at Appalachian State will experience. Under the direction of faculty members Trimella Chaney and Marianne Adams, the First Year Showcase was held this past weekend from Sept. 28 to Oct. 1. App State first-year students with a love for theater and dance
The Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, located on King Street next to Appalachian State’s campus, is a lively center for young artists to get involved and observe others’ works. The Turchin Center engages everyone from both the university and the surrounding area to get involved in an interesting and dynamic way to help inspire
The fourth celebration of Art Drop Day at Appalachian State took place on Tuesday. Artists hid their precious pieces of art in various locations on campus, posted a picture or a riddle on the Facebook event page revealing where the art was hidden, and waited as other students searched under benches, tables and even in