Foggy Pine Books offers more than books to its patrons. Large windows, coffee, cozy reading corners, and cats makes Foggy Pine unique. Located just off campus on King Street next to the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, it is run by App State alumna, Mary Ruthless. Foggy Pine is one of the independent bookstores
Narrative and photos by Laney Ruckstuhl, Interim Editor-in-Chief July 6, 2015 Day 1: Wednesday, June 10 After a giant plate of eggs, grits and fresh fruit and at least three cups of coffee provided by my aunt and uncle and one last, sweet shower in Tullahoma, Tennessee, we were ready to go. My friend Rachel
Story by Michael Bragg, Enterprise Editor Graphics by Malik Rahili, Visual Managing Editor May 3, 2015 Tom Ross gave a speech in March that has given many in the higher education community and even those outside of it something to talk about. During the National Public Affairs Forum in Raleigh, the University of North Carolina
Maintaining a short-term memory Less than a week removed from a grueling weekend series against No. 9 nationally-ranked UL Lafayette, in which the team was outscored 44-11 on senior day, the Mountaineers must attempt to put their struggles behind them to prepare for another tough series against Texas State. Texas State has a .571 win
Keep the offense clicking Although App State has had a hard time stringing together wins of late, the offense is not to blame for the slump. Less than a week ago, the Mountaineers exploded for 17 hits and 13 runs in a loss against Georgia State, setting season-high marks in those respective categories. On Tuesday,
Game 1: 21-5 loss (Five innings) Before the first of two games against the No. 9 nationally-ranked Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns Saturday, App State softball’s six seniors were gathered around head coach Janice Savage to celebrate senior day in Boone. “We’re creating family here,” Savage said. “Those ladies have been a huge part of changing the
When it comes to gender, how much of being a boy or girl is biological and how much of it is learned behavior? While this debate still rages within academia, more parents are raising their children in a gender-neutral fashion in hopes of reducing the amount of gender stereotypes their children learn. Often, these stereotypes
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.