The Appalachian

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

Jackie Park, News Editor

July 22, 2019

Students may see new artwork and shiny new coffee machines in Crossroads and Wired Scholar this fall thanks to Campus Dining. Campus Dining took over the two shops July 1. Stephanie Lee, communications specialist for Camp...

UNC System reduces number of hours needed to graduate

Emily Broyles, Associate News Editor

April 27, 2019

The UNC System reduced the number of required credit hours for all undergraduate programs from 128 to 120, which gives App State students an easier route to graduation. The change in credit hours will start Fall 2019. All u...

RISE Fellows program aims to give leadership opportunities to underrepresented students in Reich College of Education

Jackie Park, News Editor

April 26, 2019

The James Center for Student Success and Advising in Reich College of Education will add a new fellowship program in fall of 2019 for underrepresented students. Remarkable, Innovative Student Scholars is a program created by ...

Way of Council provides diverse cultural perspectives for students

Anna Dollar, News Reporter

April 26, 2019

Way of Council, an event held by the International Education and Development, is a monthly event for domestic and international students to come together to have an intimate conversation about what students have gone through in t...

App State professor returns from research in Antarctica

Olivia Bouzigard, News Reporter

April 25, 2019

Ellen Cowan, professor in the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences, boarded a scientific drill ship called the JOIDES Resolution to research the loss of ice sheets in Antarctica. Cowan applied for the Inter...

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