Welcome to InDepth

where we explore deeper the stories that make the App State community unique with longform articles and in-depth coverage.

  • 03.11.2017

    A Look into Health Services

    Story by: Moss Brennan and Hansen Dendinger, News/Opinion Reporters  Time Lapse by: Maleek Loyd, Visual Managing Editor Photos by: Halle Keighton, Photo Editor  Graphics by: Nora Smith, Graphics Editor   If you are experiencing sore throats, itchy eyes, stomach bugs, relationship issues, anxiety, or homesickness,…

     

  • 01.04.2017

    Sticking to her heart

    Story by: Tyler Hotz, Senior Sports Reporter Video by: Maleek Loyd, Video Editor Before the women’s basketball season started in the High Country, headlines surrounding the team were everywhere, but not in the way that Angel Elderkin expected. Elderkin, the third-year App State women’s basketball…

     

  • 19.10.2016

    Michael – Down and Out in the High Country

    Story by Sammy Hanf, News Editor   Michael McGee tries to nudge himself into a comfortable position in the front seat of his 1992 Dodge Neon, hoping to catch some sleep in the Wal-Mart parking lot he called home. McGee, a former History major at…

     

  • 06.09.2016

    Allen – Down and out in the high country

    Story By: Sammy Hanf, News Editor Allen shakes his head off of his desk, his professor telling him to leave if he can’t stay awake in class. Looking up through sleep strained eyes Allen struggled to recall where he was. A former political science and…

     

  • 25.04.2016

    Over the New River and into a rock

    Narrative by Lee Sanderlin, Sports Editor Photos and video by Dylan Dow, Web Manager Graphic by Malik Rahili, Editor-in-Chief April 26, 2016   Cold. Hungry. Sore. Burnt. That’s the best way to describe the traveller that decides to take a journey down the New River…

     

  • 02.03.2016

    Rising to Fall Again

    by Lee Sanderlin, Sports Editor March 2, 2016 Section One A golden beginning Appalachian State basketball was directionless in 1975, having only won three games a season ago. At least that’s how Bobby Cremins saw it when he arrived in Boone, North Carolina in 1975…

     

  • 06.07.2015

    Five days on “The Farm”

    Narrative and photos by Laney Ruckstuhl, Interim Editor-in-Chief July 6, 2015 Day 1: Wednesday, June 10 After a giant plate of eggs, grits and fresh fruit and at least three cups of coffee provided by my aunt and uncle and one last, sweet shower in…

     

  • 03.05.2015

    The state of the UNC system

    Story by Michael Bragg, Enterprise Editor Graphics by Malik Rahili, Visual Managing Editor May 3, 2015 Tom Ross gave a speech in March that has given many in the higher education community and even those outside of it something to talk about. During the National…