• Appalachian State examines free speech

    Throughout this past week, Appalachian faculty and students have been educated about first amendment rights and freedom of speech in the Say What? Free Speech Summit. The event spanned from March 23 through 31 and involved several talks and art exhibitions about various aspects of free speech. The panel...
  • Student-run, ensemble plays tunes from video games

    Though the Hayes School of Music has a variety of ensembles, one that takes a different approach to a typical sit-down ensemble is Video Game Ensemble. The Video Game Ensemble’s repertoire is a bit different. All of the music is from video games. The group plays every kind of...
  • The bands of Hayes School of Music

    Musicians come from different backgrounds, whether they have been singing with a guitar their whole life, they stumbled onto music or they have been classically trained throughout their education. Several musicians throughout the Hayes School of Music have reached out into the community, where they perform with rock, indie...
  • Project Condom: Past, Present and Future

    The word condom might not be casually thrown around in everyday conversation. However, on March 8 in the Parkway Ballroom, it might be a word students won’t seem to hear enough of. That is because Student Wellness Center will hold its first Condom Fashion show there at 7 p.m....
  • The Government and Justice Studies Department discuss Trump and Putin

    For many, Valentine’s Day is a focus on relationships new and old. This is no different for the Department of Government and Justice Studies which, on Tuesday night, provided a lecture on the United States’ most recent relationship: the relationship between United States President Donald Trump and Russian President...
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