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  • New addition to TApp Room: The Annex

    The Annex, which took the place of Klondike, is the newest addition to the trailer bars and an extension of TApp Room that offers a music venue, arcade games and an additional bar. “We needed the extra space and the parking more than anything,” Joshua Keranovic, assistant kitchen manager...
  • Looking glass presents “APProach” art for social justice

    Hidden away on the bottom floor of Plemmons Student Union across from Crossroads lies a small, student-run art gallery. The Looking Glass Gallery provides a space to showcase art created by Appalachian State students, alumni, faculty and staff. From Feb. 20 to March 10, the Looking Glass Gallery will...
  • Interior design students: More than decorators

    The students in Appalachian State’s interior design program are tired of being compared to HGTV decorators. In reality, the study and practice of interior design involves much more than simply choosing the colors and decor of a room. “I honestly feel like what we do is interior architecture,” Rebecca...
  • REVIEW: Horizon zero dawn

    Horizon Zero Dawn, a long-anticipated, open world role-playing game set in a post-apocalyptic world filled with mechanical beasts, was released on Feb. 28 as a Playstation 4 exclusive. The game revolves around the life of Aloy, an outcast of unknown birth who makes it her goal to discover the...
  • Battle of the Bands

    Local bands from Appalachian State and Boone came out to compete for the title of top band and to enjoy each other’s music at Legend’s annual event, Battle of the Bands, on Feb. 23. The competition was judged by a panel of three, whose top choice would be able...
  • Turchin offers students weekly classes

    The Turchin Center for the Visual Arts is providing free opportunities to Appalachian State students this semester by offering a collection of workshops that rotate each week. Students can participate in open studio sessions, tai chi and yoga classes, and specialized workshops in alcohol inks and moon journals. The...
  • Review: Silence

    A crazed King stood upon a castle tower and held one hand to a sword as red light projected the backdrop. “Silence,” directed by Paulette Marty, mixed early Middle-Ages England with black comedy, vomit and feminism. The Valborg Theater hosted the play Feb. 22-26, including a Sunday matinee. Before the...
  • Peace and Genocide Education Club

    Members of the Peace and Genocide Education Club engaged in a heated conversation about the Trump administration and anti-Semitism Feb. 21 at their weekly meeting. A group of students passionate for change around the world and in the local community meet every Tuesday to discuss issues that have occurred...
  • Canvas beauty bar styles at New York Fashion Week

    Canvas Beauty Bar has only been around for two years, but the Boone-based salon is already making a name for itself in the fashion industry. Co-owners Miah Zimmerman and Heather Rogers were invited to style at this year’s New York Fashion Week. Rogers and Zimmerman were chosen to represent...
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