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  • Project Condom: Past, Present and Future

    The word condom might not be casually thrown around in everyday conversation. However, on March 8 in the Parkway Ballroom, it might be a word students won’t seem to hear enough of. That is because Student Wellness Center will hold its first Condom Fashion show there at 7 p.m....
  • Over Yonder opens its doors to chefs in the High Country

    One restaurant in Valle Crucis is opening its doors to chefs in the High Country, allowing them to take over the kitchen, learn what it’s like to own a restaurant and run the show for the evening. Over Yonder, one of the only restaurants in Valle Crucis, is currently...
  • Free tattoos for the community

    Various businesses in downtown Boone are coming together to raise money for the community March 3-5. Speakeasy Tattoo is spearheading the weekend with their “Free Tattoos for the Community” event on March 4 which offers free tattoos with a minimum of a $20 donation to one of the chosen...
  • The Aetosaur Project nears completion

    The semester long Aetosaur project is finally coming into fruition. The three-dimensional model has been sculpted by Travis Donovan and his intermediate advanced sculpting class as a collaboration between the art and the geology department. The life-sized model is a representation of the Gorgetosuchus pekinensis, an armored reptile related...
  • Appalachian State celebrates Black History Month

    Appalachian State University commenced Black History Month with a kick-off event hosted by Residence Hall Association at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 1 in the Solarium. The month was packed with events in honor of Black History Month sponsored and hosted by various organizations, including the Office of Campus Activities and...
  • Foggy Pine encourages community engagement

    Eight months ago, Appalachian State alumna Mary Prewitt was presented with the opportunity to own and operate a bookstore in downtown Boone and took it. Foggy Pine Books, located on 444 W. King St., is a small 425 square foot bookstore with books from a variety of genres to...
  • The Government and Justice Studies Department discuss Trump and Putin

    For many, Valentine’s Day is a focus on relationships new and old. This is no different for the Department of Government and Justice Studies which, on Tuesday night, provided a lecture on the United States’ most recent relationship: the relationship between United States President Donald Trump and Russian President...
  • Reckless Arts provides student artists with space

    Noticing that Boone was lacking in creative spaces for artists and musicians, three students founded Reckless Arts, a nonprofit music and arts residency program dedicated to the sustainability of art in society. Reckless Arts, located on King Street, opened Jan. 1. Sara Scott, a sophomore history major,  Hannah Malone,...
  • F/stop captures Appalachian State

    On the first and third Monday of each month, dozens of commercial photography majors, minors and photography enthusiasts gather in Katherine Harper Room 121 for an F/stop meeting. F/stop is a part of the commercial photography major, and is open to anyone interested in learning more about photography, regardless...
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