An informal and crowded open discussion was held Monday in response to an on-campus event that many students at Appalachian State University found offensive and insensitive. Last week, Appalachian’s Young Life College chapter, a Christian ministry organization, held a Thug Life themed event during one of its weekly meetings in Plemmons Student Union. Reggie Gravely,
Over the course of the academic year, nine students have died at ASU Right outside of the Student Development office, Cindy Wallace walks by a sizable list of student names every day. As she scans the names mounted on a plaque on the first floor inside the B.B. Dougherty Administration Building, the vice chancellor skips
Editor’s Note: The following is the second of a two-part series featuring the Latter-day Saints Student Association on campus. After re-establishing the Latter-day Saints Student Association’s chapter on campus only a few months ago, the members of the organization have made it clear they want to create a noticeable presence on campus.
Editor’s Note: The following is the first of a two-part series featuring the Latter-day Saints Student Association on campus. A group of students meet every Monday in a building behind campus off Poplar Grove Road with a group of High Country residents of comparable ages. This handful of young adults consider one another brothers and