North Carolina Senator Tom McInnis has recently proposed a bill – SENATE DRS25152-MM-56 – to “improve professor quality.” He proposes to “require all professors teach a minimum of eight class courses per academic year,” which would probably end up four courses a semester. Full time professors at Appalachian State University are currently required to teach
Letters to the Editor
A letter to white fraternity men, I am writing this to the population of white fraternity men who contribute to the negative stereotypes that surround them. I write to this group because of their unique position of power on campus. I would like to note that I realize historically white Greek organizations are equally guilty
Dear editors, Appalachian State University states that its mission is “to create rich environments where students can thrive.” But as The Appalachian made clear Tuesday in the article “Evicted: Appalachian State evicts 13 students from Howard Street housing,” our students are not allowed to “thrive” if their “environments” stand in the way of ASU’s real
College is one of the most thrilling times of your life: a time to learn, discover yourself, and forge lifelong relationships. If this is where your attention is focused, that’s perfectly normal. But it’s absolutely crucial that your generation realize that it is living through an unprecedented—and deeply troubling—moment in the history of higher education.
To Whom It May Concern: The common practice of transporting intoxicated students to and from different locations for a fee is termed “beeping.” Many students have taken advantage of this community-wide service that other students have provided in order to travel responsibly.
The following is a letter addressed to Charlie Cobb, the athletic director at Appalachian State University. Mr. Cobb, I recently found out about the news to change the Athletics secondary logo to the “Victory Yosef.” Signing into my social media sites for the day I was bombarded by mixed signals from my fellow alumni (mostly