• Senior goodbye: Angelo Errico

    Hey, I’m Angelo. I don’t do a lot here, but hell if I didn’t enjoy every second of my time at The Appalachian. The award-winning one, mind you. Let’s backtrack a bit. Much like every anxiety-ridden college junior, I struggled with determining my major and ultimately my purpose as...
  • App State student Tyler Hardin Elected President of UNCASG

    For the 46th session of the University of North Carolina Association of Student Governments, the UNC System’s 17 student body presidents, and each of their three delegates, elected Appalachian State University’s own Tyler Hardin as their new president. After earning 75 percent of the votes, Hardin is now the...
  • Goodbye, Mr. Warmth

    One comedian bears the title “Master of Insult” as he became known for his demeaning but humbling insults that shook even the most prolific celebrities. As he grew older, he feared becoming irrelevant. The culture has changed, and the jokes are different, but the wit of Don Rickles will...
  • A Mountaineer Impact

    Appalachian State unveiled the “A Mountaineer Impact, A Drive for Excellence” project on Tuesday in hopes of raising $60 million over a six-year period for facility enhancements and benefits for student athletes. Currently, less than half of athletic scholarship funding is provided by The Yosef Club, athletic’s revenue and...
  • Letter to the Editor:

    It seems as though the topic of free speech resurfaces continually, whether it is related to campus protests, the university chalking policy or the rights of different organizations to hold events on campus. However, many students are unaware of the larger, overarching restrictions relating to campus free speech, which...
  • The Bone Identity

    From first glance he looks like the definition of an “average joe,” but what he embodies is something much greater: the unadulterated American spirit. His name is not one you’d give to your kid, but neither is it one that goes overlooked. A name so provocative that it stops...
  • Kermit Smith named new baseball head coach

    Appalachian State University named Kermit Smith their new head baseball coach last Tuesday. Smith, a 15 year coaching veteran, will be the 13th coach in Mountaineers history after the university parted ways with former head coach Billy Jones in May after an 18-36 record. Director of athletics Doug Gillin introduced...
  • Men’s golf finishes season

    App State men’s golf team played their last tournament of the year in Miramar Beach, Florida, placing 10th of 11 Sun Belt schools in the conference championship to finish off the season.  Georgia State led all three days of the 54-hole stroke play championship and advanced as the number...
  • All systems go

    Appalachian State University men’s golf had an eventful start to their weekend after finishing 13th in the Irish Creek Collegiate on Sunday and tying for 10th place in the Coca-Cola Wofford Intercollegiate on Tuesday. The Mountaineers began their weekend on Saturday at Irish Creek and ended the tournament on...
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