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Creative students invent a language and society in honors courseCreative students invent a language and society
Creating a language and related society as part of a junior level honors seminar at Appalachian taught students about grammar, language structures, global communities and, in the process, more about each other. [ more ]
Campus LGBT Center named for Blowing Rock residentsCampus LGBT Center named for Blowing Rock residents
A center for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students and their allies has been named for university benefactors Bo Henderson and Ed Springs. [ more ]
Appalachian graduates urged to serve others and embrace opportunitiesAppalachian graduates urged to serve others and embrace opportunities
December graduates were called the institution’s most enduring legacy by Chancellor Sheri N. Everts, who presided over her first commencement Dec. 13. [ more ]
Students ‘pay tribute to hunger’ with service-learningStudents ‘pay tribute to hunger’ with service-learning
What does hunger mean to the community? What does it mean to be hungry? Students in the First Year Seminar course Paying Tribute to Hunger spend a semester trying to answer this question. [ more ]
Research explores effects of a warming climate on the region’s Christmas tree industryResearch explores effects of a warming climate on the region’s Christmas tree industry
Local Christmas tree farms are providing a backyard laboratory for Appalachian State University biology professor Dr. Howard Neufeld. [ more ]
Marching Mountaineers to perform in London New Year’s Day ParadeMarching Mountaineers to perform in London New Year’s Day Parade
About 60 members of the Appalachian State University Marching Mountaineers will perform in the 29th London New Year’s Day Parade. [ more ]
A simple solution to a complex problem proves a winner at design competitionA simple solution to a complex problem proves a winner at design competition
Seniors Sean Smith and Zach Starin won second place and $10,000 at the annual Retail & Health Innovation Challenge held at Wake Forest University. [ more ]

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