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The Appalachian

The Student News Site of Appalachian State University

The Appalachian

Anna Muckenfuss

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer

Anna Muckenfuss is a senior journalism and broadcasting major from Durham, N.C.

Email: Muckenfussan@appstate.edu

Twitter: @Muckenfussan

All content by Anna Muckenfuss
Pets thrive off of schedule, just like humans, and are feeling the impacts of social distancing just like their human counterparts.

Pets feel “ruff” transition to social distancing, too

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
April 17, 2020
Photo by Halle Keighton

Death and doorways: the story behind the “Dorm of Doom”

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
October 31, 2019
The ImpACT Team poses with Natalie Rogovin (center), an App State alumna who started the Big Sale during her time as a student. This was Rogovins first time back at the Big Sale since she graduated.

Big Sale raises over $30,000 for local charities

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
August 27, 2019
A Virginia big-eared bat, one of 12 confirmed species of bats found in the Blue Ridge Parkway. The National Park Service granted $8,000 to App State Professor Mark Spond to research the varieties of bats on the parkway and which are at risk for lethal White Nose Syndrome.

Professor receives $8,000 grant to study bats on Parkway

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
March 29, 2019
Financial difficulties rise as salaries fall for faculty

Financial difficulties rise as salaries fall for faculty

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
February 14, 2019
First year nutrition graduate student and graduate assistant of the Institute for Health and Human Services, Ashlyn Greene, works at her desk in the new IHHS clinic. The clinic is located in Leon Levine health sciences building. // Photo by Mickey Hutchings

New interprofessional clinic opens at Leon Levine Hall

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
January 17, 2019
The Appalachian Online

Campus IT Support works on internet and phone outage

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
October 26, 2018
Democratic candidate for the 5th congressional district seeks to unseat incumbent Virginia Foxx in November.

Winston-Salem native DD Adams runs for Congress

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
October 24, 2018
The Appalachian Online

App State police send out details on attempted robbery

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
September 27, 2018
Volunteers, nurses, and donors packed the Holmes Convocation Center on Tuesday for the Annual Homecoming Blood Drive. Mountaineers have been donating blood to support the American Red Cross for the last eight years.

12th annual Homecoming Blood Drive donors give 1120 units

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
September 26, 2018
Intapp members Issac Medina, Luis Rangel, Cintya Garcia and Anna Rau represented the organization at the interest session.

INTAPP hosts info sessions to recruit new members

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
September 10, 2018
App State’s newest members of the campus police department pose together as a class. The officers were sworn in on the 25th of August.

Former police cadets reflect on law enforcement training

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
September 7, 2018
Josh White, founder and president of the Autistic Students and Allies of the High Country. White was urged to establigh the clubs based as his experiences as an autistic scholar and hopes that the ASA will bring together and bond a group of autistic students at App State.

Appalachian student creates organization for autistic students

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
September 1, 2018
Appalachian State Welcomes a New Group of Internationals

Appalachian State Welcomes a New Group of Internationals

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
February 11, 2018
Signs at the Charlotte Womens March, Jan. 23, 2018. Hundreds gathered in Uptown to celebrate numerous issues and express dissent with President Trumps administration.

Women’s March on Boone

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
January 23, 2018
The members of NouN rehearsing in a classroom. NouN is Appalachian State’s only improv comedy theater group.

NouN improv: Providing App with laughter since 1999

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
November 27, 2017
The entrance to the Hospitality House, a homeless facility in Boone.

Hospitality House: where students and community come together

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
November 25, 2017
The Appalachian Theatres marque. The Theatre has been a historic symbol of Boone for years.

Renovations for the Appalachian Theatre underway

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
November 23, 2017
Lydia Pearson posing for a picture during ROTC lab on Oct. 5.

Wonder women of the ROTC

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
October 26, 2017
An anti-Semitic sticker found behind Hoey and Lovill halls on Sept. 27.

Anti-Semitic stickers found on campus

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
October 13, 2017
Flyer advertising flu shots available for students. The first case of the flu was reported at ASUs Health Services on September 17th.

Fall signals start of flu season

Anna Muckenfuss, Appalachian Weekly News Producer
October 5, 2017
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