Jason Wright, Julien Passajou and David Vertrees are artists living and working in Boone. Together, they curate the community art zine “Heads.” It is a group effort with artists featured from across the United States and abroad. Wright, a senior graphic design major, and Vertrees, a senior studio art major, met in a printmaking class.
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A Student Government Association bill passed last year will provide complimentary menstrual products in the Plemmons Student Union starting this semester. Students should expect these products to begin appearing in the union’s nine female and four gender-neutral restrooms over the next two months. The offering of similar or other products in male restrooms is under consideration.
A crowd of a little under 30 people sat in the Boone Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Church on Saturday and watched a dog get euthanized; they laughed profusely. The dog wasn’t any conventional breed, however; it was a red coat. The applicator of the lethal drug was quite irregular as well. It was a standard 0.7
Playcrafters presented the fourth annual 24 Hour Arts Festival in the I.G. Greer theater on Sunday. The festival is compiled of one-acts led by students who begin the process of writing, casting, directing and rehearsing 24 hours before the actual performances. “I’ve done the 24 Hour Arts Festival since my freshman year. It was like
Saturday marked the home opener for the Mountaineers (1-1) as they faced the Savannah State Tigers (0-1), the oldest HBCU in the state of Georgia and a member of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. App would end up dominating this game winning with a score of 54-7 moving to 65-20-2 in career home-openers Quarterback Taylor Lamb
The App State Mountaineers football team (1-1) faced off against the Savannah State Tigers (0-1) in their first home game of the season. Appalachian looked to bounce back from a crushing season opener against Georgia, with the hopes of a good game being a kick-starter for a season they hope will end in a bowl
This season, The Appalachian will be writing a new piece called Game Day Grades. After every App State football game our sports editor will be breaking down each position group for the Mountaineers with grades on their performance and a summary. Game: App State (1-1) vs. Savannah State (0-1) Final Score: App State- 45, Savannah
America’s eyes have been on Houston constantly in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, which made landfall in Texas on Aug. 25. Pictures and videos of the devastation have inspired thousands to travel to Houston with boats in tow to help rescue those in need. Donations have been made in the millions, from college students
Students may have noticed a slight change in the scenery around campus every year. No, they’re not imagining things. Those two alligators by Walker Hall were not there last year. They’re new guests on campus and they’re here because of the Rosen Sculpture Competition and Exhibition. The Rosen Sculpture Competition and Exhibition is an annual
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