• Enharmonix sings to semifinals

    In October 2016, coed a capella group Enharmonix submitted an online audition video to the International Championship of Collegiate A Capella and were invited to compete in two more rounds. Enharmonix is composed of 20 members. They sing everything from pop and hip hop to throwback songs. “One of...
  • Peace and Genocide Education Club

    Members of the Peace and Genocide Education Club engaged in a heated conversation about the Trump administration and anti-Semitism Feb. 21 at their weekly meeting. A group of students passionate for change around the world and in the local community meet every Tuesday to discuss issues that have occurred...
  • Foggy Pine encourages community engagement

    Eight months ago, Appalachian State alumna Mary Prewitt was presented with the opportunity to own and operate a bookstore in downtown Boone and took it. Foggy Pine Books, located on 444 W. King St., is a small 425 square foot bookstore with books from a variety of genres to...
  • F/stop captures Appalachian State

    On the first and third Monday of each month, dozens of commercial photography majors, minors and photography enthusiasts gather in Katherine Harper Room 121 for an F/stop meeting. F/stop is a part of the commercial photography major, and is open to anyone interested in learning more about photography, regardless...
  • Open Mic Night in Boone

    At the end of a song, Crossroads customers erupt into an applause of appreciation towards the previous performer. Simultaneously at 3rd Place, observers snap in appreciation of a phrase the spoken word poet just said. At Crossroads in Plemmons Student Union, people sit down to watch people perform their...
  • Students share their work at sixth annual Celebration of Student Writing

    Rhetoric and Composition students with trifolds and laptops crowded the tables in Grandfather Mountain Ballroom of the Plemmons Student Union on Nov. 17 to share their work for the sixth annual Celebration of Student Writing. Everyone had a display featuring a variety of topics from peer editing to LGBTQ...
  • The kava and kratom craze

    A colorful chalkboard sign outside of Noble Kava states that they are open, and welcomes customers inside, advertising the specials for that day. There is a bar in the back as well as several tables and couches spread around the lounge area. People talk with freshly ladled kava and kratom...
  • The art underground

    Layers of colorful paint cover the walls of the expression tunnels, advertising people’s beliefs, different events around campus and cool pictures and designs. Every section of the tunnel has something for the daily passerby to view and appreciate, or even add to. Some parts of the tunnel are worn...
  • Trivia around town

    Boone residents crowd in local bars and coffee shops with drinks in their hands and food at their tables to test their knowledge in subjects ranging from television shows to song lyrics to sports events. Music pumps from the speakers, creating an exciting atmosphere. Friends chat amongst themselves and...
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