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Headshot of Clarinda Ross, Los Angeles-based writer and a professional actor. Photo Submitted.

A Storytelling Tribute in Honor of Charlotte Ross, “The Legend Lady”

Local organizations partner to remember two Appalachian faculty and support student scholarshipsTwo High Country cultural organizations, Blue Ridge Co...

STARTALK — a project funded by the National Security Agency and administered by the National Foreign Language Center — to host the Chinese immersion program (virtually this year) by Appalachian State University from July 12 - July 30, 2021. Graphic for STARTALK.

STARTALK — an immersion in Chinese language and culture for high school students

High school students have the opportunity to embark on a virtual journey to Beijing and learn about Chinese language and culture through Appalachian S...

The members of Cornbread and Tortillas. Photo submitted

South Arts grant supports virtual App State residency for Appalachian, Latino artists

Appalachian State University is bringing a cultural blend of Appalachian and Latino music, dance and theater to campus and the local community through...

The first phase of renovations is complete on Appalachian State University’s Sanford Hall, in which almost every undergraduate Mountaineer has a class during their college career. The final phase of the more than $18 million project will be complete prior to fall semester, when classes will be held in the building once again. Photo by Marie Freeman

Newly renovated Sanford Hall is ready to welcome App State students

Doors opened on the newly renovated Sanford Hall on Appalachian State University’s campus March 25. A small gathering of university leadership, memb...

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Large Scale Past Events

Inaugural Mountain Studies Lecture Series

Inaugural Mountain Studies Lecture Series

We are going virtual on Nov. 10, 2020 at 7 p.m. Anyone is invited! Don't miss this event about National Geographic's first of a series of Perpetual Planet Expeditions. Hear from members of the Biology, Meterology and Mapping teams including faculty members from the college that were on site to install the world's highest operating automated weather station.

Photo by Mark Fisher, National Geographic.