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The Student News Site of Appalachian State University

The Appalachian

The Student News Site of Appalachian State University

The Appalachian

Hole Lotta Doughnuts’ new owner focused on family and community

Abigail Eggers, News Reporter | February 26, 2024

Hole Lotta Doughnuts, located on King Street, has a new owner. Allexia Brewer is the current owner of Ambrosia Kaféneio, mother of three daughters, self-proclaimed leader and third-generation Greek immigrant. On Dec. 21, Ambrosia Kaféneio, a cafe that serves authentic Greek food, announced on Facebook that they were the new owners of Hole Lotta Doughnuts. The business has had a location in...

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Latest Courageous Conversation discusses race, experience in the workplace

Mia Seligman, Enterprise Editor | February 23, 2024

While preparing for her interview for a career in financial controls analysis, Natazhia Lovett didn’t plan to discuss her college cheerleading career.  “During my interview, it was two men asking me about cheering,” Lovett said. “Seeing them very engaged in what made me into who I am today was really interesting.”  She said the interview stuck with her long after it was completed,...

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Saltwater streams: The good and bad of salting Boone’s roads

Abigail Eggers, News Reporter | February 21, 2024

From Jan. 15-20, Boone experienced the heaviest snowfall of the season so far, accumulating up to five inches by Jan. 21. With the winter weather brought concerns about roads, work and class cancellations and salt, notably the contamination and corrosion that comes with it.  Shea Tuberty is an App State biology professor and teaches classes like Invertebrate Zoology, Ecotoxicology and Belize Reef...

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App State announces termination of unlimited Google storage space

Madalyn Edwards, Associate News Editor | February 19, 2024

The Office of the CIO announced in an email sent to students Monday morning that students will no longer have unlimited storage on their Google accounts.  Students will now have a storage limit of 50 gigabytes, or 100 gigabytes for each shared drive effective March 28, 2024. Additionally, students will no longer have access to the Google Photos service on their accounts, effective the same date.   This...

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Free tax filing session offers advice, student aid

Andrew Rice, Reporter | February 17, 2024

Tax day is April 15 and students at App State are eligible for education credits and returns. With this in mind, the Department of Accounting held a free tax filing help session Thursday.  The session offered advice for students filing their tax returns and free filing help for students who make less than $79,000 per year. Students were asked to bring income forms from the 2023 fiscal year to complete...

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Student Sustainable Business Association implements sustainable practices

Samantha Salvador, Reporter | February 16, 2024

The Student Sustainable Business Association was established this past semester to equip students with the resources to implement sustainable practices in their professional lives and the opportunity to implement these practices within their communities. “The founding process honestly went off without a hitch. We got off the ground, gathered partners and this semester students to come along with...

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