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Archive for February, 2000

Technology Competition Highlights Students’ Creative Designs

BOONE–It can’t rival the Nevada Salt Flats, but Broome Kirk Gymnasium will become a high-speed testing ground during the Technology Student Association Competition March 4 at Appalachian State University.

Appalachian’s Symphonic Band Performs March 1

BOONE–Appalachian State University’s own music man Jay Jackson leads trombones, trumpets, coronets, piccolos and more during a symphonic band concert March. 1.

Undergraduate Research Discussed on “Appalachian Perspective”

BOONE—Physics students who worked alongside Nobel Prize-winning scientists last summer are featured on the latest episode of “Appalachian Perspective,” the cable television show of Appalachian State University.

Organ and Sacred Music Recital Series Hosts March 5 Event

BOONE — Organ and sacred music from Bach to Reger will be performed March 5 during a recital at Appalachian State University’s Rosen Concert Hall.

Center Wins Award for Health Education

BOONE—The N.C. Comprehensive School Health Training Center at Appalachian State University has been honored for its contributions to the health of North Carolinians.

Cultural Museum Spring Trips

BOONE–Appalachian State University’s Appalachian Cultural Museum is sponsoring a series of trips featuring the inspiring, the classic, the irreplaceable and more.

Curriculum Change Offers More Time in the Classroom

BOONE—Summer Harpold, a senior from Crossnore, wants to teach elementary school.

“Scotland Road” Presented Feb. 23-28 at Appalachian “Scotland Road” Presented Feb. 23-28 at Appalachian

BOONE—Eighty years after the Titanic sinks a mysterious woman claiming to be a survivor of the shipwreck is discovered.

Woodwind Chamber Music Performed March 3

BOONE—Students in Appalachian State University’s School of Music will perform woodwind music from the 19th and 20th centuries during a free concert March 3.