Break out the holiday music and crank up the volume, music lovers, because Us The Duo is coming to Boone. Us The Duo is a soulful pop duo consisting of husband and wife Michael and Carissa Alvarado. Us The Duo exploded onto the social media scene in 2014 with their #6SecondCovers on Vine. According to
Raining Sunshine Co. is an upcycled clothing company created by two best friends, Sarah Grace Paul and Montana Goldsmith, who have a passion for thrifting and upscaling. They have been friends since Paul’s 13th birthday party. Paul, a sophomore at Appalachian State, was homeschooled until her freshman year of high school. Her mother never bought
Halloween is less than two weeks away, and several spooky events in the Boone area are taking place in the days leading up to the holiday. Whether students want to be scared at a haunted trail, participate in a costume contest or simply eat, dance and socialize with friends, there are plenty of Halloween celebrations
Lee Taekyeom, assistant professor of graphic design at Appalachian State University, is writing his own history with the aid of machinery. Taekyeom has built his own 3-D printer with a clay extruder. With this machine, Taekyeom is able to create ceramic typographic sculptures. Typography is the visual art of creating written words. Everything started with
Spring’s hot new trend is one that would make Mother Nature proud just in time for Earth Day: nature inspired jewelry. This season, jewelry and nature are joining to create incredible pieces of wearable art. The natural world has inspired many artists across the world, including Caroline Clark, a senior at Appalachian State University.
Kelsey Lynch sits down in one of the practice rooms and holds her cello like the instrument is an extension of her body. She places her fingers on the instrument and plays a piece silently in her head. “The classes are hard because you have to take classes like music theory and music history,” Lynch,