In “Mean Girls,” the character Kevin G. raps, “All you sucka MC’s ain’t got nothin’ on me/ On my grades, on my lines you can’t touch Kevin G.” At the request of an audience member, actor Rajiv Surendra rapped these lyrics live to a crowd of App State students. On Jan. 26, actor and artist
This past weekend, various App State students protested alongside Emma Watson, Madonna, Janelle Monae and a total of over one million protesters across the globe, according to The Washington Post. On Jan. 21, protesters gathered to march and demonstrate against President Donald Trump’s inauguration the day before. Marches throughout the U.S. stemmed from the Women’s
In/Visible Theatre doesn’t always perform in theaters. Past productions have been held in secret locations, post offices and coffee shops. The theater organization has held women’s arm wrestling competitions in Galileo’s, there have been art exhibitions related to their shows in the Jones House and they performed scenes from Shakespeare inside the Watauga County Library.
They sold out The O2 in London in under three hours, and in the UK segment of their tour, six out of eight shows have no seats remaining according to NME’s website. The band’s twitter feed shows that in their current North American tour, 10 shows have already sold out. In their UK segment of
Photographer and art professor Joshua White’s work was featured in National Geographic in August 2015, along with various exhibitions across the country. White said that he is interested in the research process that teaching at a university allows, which he believes heavily influences his personal work. White received an BA in photography from Northern Kentucky
On Sep. 28, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., poet Bruce Weigl led a workshop titled “Writing Trauma: A Workshop for Veterans and their Families.” The event was held by the Appalachian Veterans Arts and Humanities Collective, run by Joseph Bathanti, North Carolina Poet Laureate and recipient of the North Carolina Award. The workshop, held
Paint-splattered, denim-clad students trickled into Wey Hall room 108 on Aug. 31, at 6:30 p.m. The studio room quickly became crowded, and many students lined the perimeter, attending the first meeting of the year for the Appalachian Printmaking Club. Founded in fall 2015, this is the start of Appalachian Printmaking Club’s second year on campus.