Arts & Cultural

Constitution Day, being celebrated on Sept 16 & 17 this year at Appalachian. Graphic.

Virtual events to celebrate Constitution Day
Sep 11, 2020

The Department of Government and Justice Studies, in coordination with Academic Affairs, will celebrate Constitution Day with two virtual events this ...

Dr. Baker Perry, professor in Appalachian’s Department of Geography and Planning, rings Appalachian State University’s Founders Bell during the university's Founders Day celebration, Sept. 3. Perry was inducted into the 2020 class of Appalachian’s Bell Ringers Society. Photo by Marie Freeman

The tradition continues — App State celebrates a hybrid Founders Day
Sep 10, 2020

An appropriate smattering of people — safely distanced and sporting a variety of colorful and App State black and gold face coverings — gathered a...

Finding Our Way Back: Examining the Geography of the Black Past Mike Williams, Education Projects Manager for the National Humanities Center in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

Finding Our Way Back: Examining the Geography of the Black Past
Sep 8, 2020

The Appalachian State University Department of Geography and Planning Speaker SeriesFinding Our Way Back: Examining the Geography of the Black PastMik...

Renowned Polish-Jewish Intellectual and Opposition Journalist Prof. Kostek Gebert (Warsaw, Poland) on the Shoah in German-Occupied Poland and Today's Polish Memory Politics

Center Lecture by Renowned Polish-Jewish Intellectual and Opposition Journalist Prof. Kostek Gebert
Aug 28, 2020

The Center for Judaic, Holocaust, and Peace Studies is exceedingly proud to invite the ASU and off-campus communities to a public online presentation ...

Archie, complete, at home and installed in the Fred Webb Jr. Outdoor Geology Laboratory - Interactive Rock Garden outside of Rankin Science. Photo by Dr. Lauren Waterworth

There is a prehistoric reptile waiting for students’ return to Appalachian’s campus
Aug 14, 2020

Appalachian State University faculty members, Dr. Andrew Heckert, Dr. Lauren Waterworth and Travis Donovan have collaborated with geology and art stud...

2020-21 Truman Capote Literary Trust Creative Writing Scholarship winner, judge and runner-up. Left to right: Victoria Goff (photo submitted), author Jacinta White (photo submitted) and Jay Phillips (photo by Ellen Gwin Burnette).

Truman Capote Literary Trust Creative Writing Scholarship 2020-21 Winners Announced
Aug 11, 2020

Students Jay Phillips and Victoria Goff, were recognized for their achievements in poetry as the 2020-21 Truman Capote Literary Trust Creative Writing...

Center Director Dr. T. Pegelow Kaplan Publishes Co-Edited Volume on Jewish Petitioning during the Shoah

Center Director Dr. T. Pegelow Kaplan Publishes Co-Edited Volume on Jewish Petitioning during the Shoah
Jul 31, 2020

Dr. Thomas Pegelow Kaplan, the Leon Levine Distinguished Professor and Director of the Center for Judaic, Holocaust, and Peace Studies, just published...

Dr. Thomas Whyte publishes new book on Boone's history before 1769

Dr. Thomas Whyte publishes new book on Boone's history before 1769
Jul 24, 2020

Dr. Thomas Whyte, Professor of Anthropology, has just published a new book on the history of Boone and Northwestern North Carolina, Boone Before ...

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"The Way We Live Now" Creative Writing Students’ memoirs of the semester lead to published work
Jul 23, 2020

Three students from the Department of English were chosen for publication by an online journal and news website, 100 Days in Appalachia. The essays we...

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Book Talk - Junaluska: Oral Histories of a Black Appalachian Community
Jul 8, 2020

Date: Wednesday, July 15 at 4:00pmJoin the Belk Library and Information Commons for a conversation with Susan Keefe, Editor of the Junaluska: Oral His...