The Appalachian

Edwin Bernbaum discusses modern photos of Cotacachi, now largely devoid of glacial ice due to the effects of climate change.
Guest lecture explores 'sacred' nature of mountains
William Becker, Reporter • October 4, 2022

The mountains around App State were shown in a new light Thursday as experienced mountaineer and scholar Edwin Bernbaum delivered a guest lecture, “Sacred Mountains of the World,” to an audience of students, faculty and community members alike. The event, which was hosted by the College of Arts and Sciences, took place in Plemmons Student Union’s...

AppalCart introduces first electric bus to transportation fleet
October 1, 2022

AppalCart introduced their first electric bus to their 28 bus fleet Wednesday.  The new bus is expected to service the red route. Craig Hughes,...

ClimACT leads rally promoting environmental alternatives
September 30, 2022

Student members of ClimACT held a rally Wednesday to bring awareness to environmental sustainability issues they say are presented on campus,...

Hurricane Ian causes wind and rain, caution advised
September 30, 2022

The National Weather Service has put a wind advisory and flood watch on Watauga County for hurricane Ian.  The wind advisory is from 10 a.m....

Campus’s free, voluntary counseling service: The Listening Post
September 27, 2022

In the International Hallway of the Plemmons Student Union sits a table with a sign reading “The Listening Post.” The post, a free, voluntary...

App State soccer records second conference loss against JMU

September 27, 2022

In his first game for CAB Madeira, former App State basketball guard Michael Almonacy led Clube Amigos do Basquete with 13 points, three rebounds and two...

September 27, 2022

The Mountaineers volleyball team returned to the hardwood last weekend opening conference play against James Madison. App State was swept in three straight...

September 23, 2022

App State football prepares for another tough Sun Belt battle, hosting James Madison Saturday in Kidd Brewer Stadium.  After squeaking past Troy with...

September 22, 2022

1. Boone is special  Boone welcomed ESPN’s College GameDay for the first time Saturday, drawing in national media attention and crowding Sanford...

A new kind of biopic: “Elvis” review

September 27, 2022

App at a Glance is The Appalachian’s arts and culture desk’s top picks of events for each week.  Wednesday — Sept. 28 Bills, Bills, Bills  Meet...

September 27, 2022

The Wellness and Prevention Center and the Asian Student Association collaborated Monday to host the second annual Garba night for students, faculty and...

September 27, 2022

Every Wednesday night, one local fire-spinning performing arts troupe makes Ransom Pub their fiery theater. One by one, members of the Inspiral Fire...