• Senior Goodbye: Casey Suglia

    With the impending date of graduation ahead, I can’t help but get nostalgic over the past three years that I’ve decided to make Appalachian State University my home and write for the paper. Now is where I impart some wisdom. Be kind to yourself. Leave that party after five...
  • Poetry, environment meet for Earth Talks Open Mic

    In celebration of Earth Day and in continuation of Earth Week festivities, student poets and artists teamed up with environmentally conscious clubs across campus to bring more attention to conservation....
  • LIPS’ upcoming zine to focus on sexual language

    Social activism and female sexuality club LIPS is accepting submissions for its “fuck, screw, nail” themed zine until March 29. The club publishes bi-annual zines and the upcoming one will be its seventh issue since coming into fruition in 2012....
  • Hank Lazer puts poems into motion at Catherine J. Smith Gallery

    As part of Hughlene Bostian Visiting Writers Series, a poet took an unconventional approach to a reading on Friday by performing the work using both words and motion in the Catherine J. Smith Gallery of the Schaefer Center. Hank Lazer is known for his experimental poetry and was nominated...
  • APPS hosts roller skating event

    Students were invited to relive their glory days at the Skate Thru the Decades event held by Appalachian Popular Programming Society on Friday. The lights were dimmed, music played over the speakers and old music videos projected onto the walls as students skated in circles from 5:30-9 p.m. “We...
  • 2015 Vagina Monologues open Wednesday

    The annual performance of The Vagina Monologues will be held in the Blue Ridge Ballroom in Plemmons Student Union  Feb. 11-13. The Vagina Monologues is a collection of monologues written in 1996 by writer Eve Ensler, after conducting a series of interviews with women around the globe. The Women’s...
  • Former student creates ‘Room 17’ web series

    Morgan “Smurphy” Stewart had a plan – a plan for a film series. Stewart was formerly an English major at Appalachian State University, but left the university for financial reasons. While in school, he  was involved in the theater department. After he left, he still had a “creative itch”...
  • Small Plate Crawl sets the table with local food

    For an Appalachian State University student, it can seem like there are hundreds of restaurant options in the High Country offering cuisines with varying cultures and price levels. When it comes to eating off campus, the options are endless and, sometimes they can seem a little overwhelming. The High...
  • New King Street boutiques add color to Boone

    When it comes to women’s clothing, Boone has a selection of boutiques to fit everyone’s individual needs. Supporting local businesses is a great way to boost the economy and keep the local color alive on King Street....
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