Seven students and two faculty members from Appalachian State University’s Department of Technology and Environmental Design won a $75,000 Phase II Award at the National Sustainable Design Expo in Washington, D.C. last weekend for building a sustainable greenhouse called Nexus.
An American sociologist and author of “Guyland: The Perilous World Where Boys Become Men,” made his second visit to Appalachian State University on Tuesday evening at the Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts for the fifth annual Dean’s Advisory Council Interdisciplinary Lecture. Michael Kimmel, who specializes in the field of men’s studies, lectured about “Guyland,”
The player who has been playing the best golf won. And the beautiful thing is, that’s how it should be. Jordan Spieth came into the Masters having won once and finished second twice in his last three tournaments before teeing it up at Augusta National last week. Spieth continued his strong from with a stunning,
April is recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness Month – nationally and on-campus – a time to shed light on the issue and eliminate victim blaming by focusing on holding perpetrators accountable. Sexual assault is defined as the sexual exploitation, forcible penetration or an act of sexual contact on the body of another person – male
With the help of her friends and family, an Appalachian State University junior environmental biology major has plans of adding to the campus’ boombox music scene by becoming the university’s first ever boombox girl. Ariel Bushel, who plans to play pop, hip-hop and a wide variety of other genres, with the exception of country, said
Married students balance personal life, school For most undergraduates in the United States, college is a time to be selfish. Students normally divide their energy between schoolwork, socializing, jobs, extracurriculars and having fun — though not always in this order, and not always successfully. Though marriage is one of the oldest institutions known to humankind, it
The nerves begin to set in as show day arrives. The band practiced the day before to make sure they were tight and ready. They hang out and await the time to leave for the venue, something they’ll most likely be late for because they waited until the last minute to load up the cars