“I always have a hard time writing about myself. It’s easier to tell someone else’s story and I’m still trying to convince my shadow that it chose me for a reason,” Ebony Stewart said in her opening piece Nov. 6 in the Parkway Ballroom with an intimate crowd of around 35 people. Ebony Stewart aka
“Spirits float from dorm to dorm, while Boone readies for snowstorms. Salt and slush will coat our streets. Off to Sugar, App, and Beech,” sang the audience of App State’s 11th Halloween Monster Concert. The pumpkin carol, “Goblins We Have Heard on High” was sung to the tune of “Angels We Have Heard on High.”
As the Trump Administration continues to invalidate the LGBT community with attempts to define transgender people out of existence, having open and affirming church communities to lean on is important. Forty-two percent of LGBT youth ages 13-17 said the community they live in is not accepting of LGBT people, according to the Human Rights Campaign.
The 2018-19 season of “The Schaefer Center Presents” kicked off on Oct. 5 with Shovels & Rope, a husband and wife folk duo from South Carolina. Junior middle education major Dorothy Williams said she was thrilled that Shovels & Rope came to campus. “It was a great concert. If you like folksy or bluesy music,
The sun was setting as students, members of the Boone community and their dogs gathered for the first Equinox Harvest Celebration in the Appalachian Roots Garden on Sept. 21. The event celebrated the bounty grown in the Roots Garden’s second growing season. One table displayed an arrangement of pumpkins, gourds and flowers grown in the
This article was updated on Sept. 21. Craig Dollar, a Food Service technician for The Pizzeria, created the dessert pizzas in Sanford Commons, not Chef Jules Bott. The venues in Sanford Commons at Roess Dining Hall debuted menu changes this fall. Mountaineer Grille, Habanero’s Fresh Cantina, A Sub Shop and The Pizzeria had the most