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College of Fine and Applied Arts under interim leadership

Tommy Mozier, Opinion Editor | August 20, 2019

Less than six months after she was named communication department chair, Janice Pope is taking on her next leadership role. Pope was promoted to interim dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts in August after former dean Phyllis Kloda stepped down. “I really believe in collaboration and community. The power of us all working together toward a common goal,” Pope said. “We may get there...

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University Housing, ROTC, and parents work together on move-in day

Jackie Park, Cameron Stuart, Silas Albright, Emily Broyles, and Tommy Mozier | August 17, 2019

Parents Letting Go Move-in day can be hectic for college students across the country, but this year, despite construction across campus, many felt App State's move in day went smoothly. “There were a lot of volunteers, friendly people to direct us,” Dan Davidson, freshman journalism major, said. The Parent and Family Association volunteered to help students during move-in day. “The...

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Move-in day photo gallery
Move-in day brings new faces to campus
West Campus parking deck adds 477 new spots
College of Fine and Applied Arts dean steps down
Summer construction photo gallery

Summer construction photo gallery

July 29, 2019

Board of trustees approves resolution seeking alcohol sales permit for athletic facilities

Board of trustees approves resolution seeking alcohol sales permit for athletic facilities

July 25, 2019

Campus Dining hopes to maintain facilities, employment and coffee at Crossroads and Wired Scholar

July 22, 2019

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Watauga County received 10 million opioid pills during 6 year period
App State alumna turns 100
Boone Saloon experiences backlash and change in management after controversial post
Rainbow Trail residents protest asphalt plant construction

Rainbow Trail residents protest asphalt plant construction

April 20, 2019

Current food delivery services haven’t noticed change in business since arrival of DoorDash in March

April 19, 2019

Hardin Park School sixth grader wins regional spelling bee, will compete in National Spelling Bee in May

Hardin Park School sixth grader wins regional spelling bee, will compete in National Spelling Bee in May

April 19, 2019

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