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Nonprofit provides real-world experience for fermentation sciences students

Rachel Greenland and Nora Smith | November 20, 2019

While education majors drive to schools around the region for student teaching, and nursing majors commute to hospitals around the state for their clinicals, nonprofit brewery Ivory Tower is helping fermentation sciences students gain professional experience in their field while at App State.  “One of the great things about the (fermentation sciences) program is that it teaches a lot of the background...

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Old Watauga High School property will be home to track and field, softball, tennis

Gianna Holiday, Reporter | November 19, 2019

Plans are in motion to scrap Ike Belk Track in Kidd Brewer Stadium in lieu of App State’s purchase of the old Watauga High School lot.  App State acquired the 74-acre property on the site of the former WHS, located at 400 High School Drive, off of N.C. Highway 105.  The $15.5 million purchase, whose facilities were approved by the UNC board of governors in March, makes room for further construction...

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Appalachian and the Community Together brings hunger and homelessness awareness to campus
Wellness and Prevention, clubs provide resources to App State students with seasonal affective disorder
The future of Campus Dining: changes could bring Starbucks, bigger meal plans
On-campus garden tries to maintain its roots despite its uncertain future
Native American Heritage Month brings light to Native American culture at App State

Native American Heritage Month brings light to Native American culture at App State

November 13, 2019

National Science Foundation awards biology professor over $600,000 for sea sponge research

National Science Foundation awards biology professor over $600,000 for sea sponge research

November 10, 2019

Faculty, students express concerns about 2020 enrollment goal

Faculty, students express concerns about 2020 enrollment goal

November 10, 2019

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Board of Elections certifies Watauga County 2019 elections
Geology department provides outreach to North Carolina middle schoolers
2019 election brings changes to Boone Town Council
Winter markets keep Boone farmers’ pockets warm through the cold
AppalFRESH sparks conversation about sustainable food systems and conservation

AppalFRESH sparks conversation about sustainable food systems and conservation

November 2, 2019

Local high school seniors GEAR UP for App State admissions program

Local high school seniors GEAR UP for App State admissions program

November 1, 2019

24 hour marketing event helps local nonprofits generate business

24 hour marketing event helps local nonprofits generate business

October 31, 2019

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