Art department assistant professor Joshua White held an event called Tin for $10 on Feb. 23 to help fund photography students’ trip to the Society of Photographic Education conference in Philadelphia. For $10, participants posed for tintype photos, images chemically printed onto metal sheets. Check out the process here. Photos by: Lindsay Vaughn, Senior Photographer
Homecoming is a time-honored tradition for college campuses across the country. At Appalachian State University, homecoming is an especially important time, as App State and Boone as a whole celebrate community and the literal act of “coming home.” Each year on homecoming weekend, alumni return to App State to meet with old friends and make
A group of at least 100 people gathered on Sanford Mall at 1 p.m. Thursday to defend Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, better known as DACA. On Tuesday, the Trump administration announced of its intention to rescind DACA, calling on Congress to act. In the days that followed there has been monumental backlash, with many
Here is a taste of the Diversity Celebration that took place in the Plemmons Student Union on April 4th, 2017. There were a variety of different performances and shows that promoted diversity; some shown in the above video, and many others!
Students gathered to serve around 20 different organizations to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a day of service.