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Archive for March, 2000

An Evening of One-Acts Presented April 5-8

BOONE — For those with opposing tastes in theatre, the Appalachian State University Department of Theatre and Dance will present comedy and suspense during “An Evening of One Acts” April 5-8.

Appalachian Percussion Ensemble Presents “The Sound of Doumbecs”

BOONE — “Snake Dancer” and “Hoodoo Root Doctor” will be performed during the Appalachian Percussion Ensemble concert April 9 at Appalachian State University.

Award-Winning Bluegrass Band Performs April 10

032900timeout_dl.jpgBOONE — Three times is the charm for bluegrass band “IIIrd Tyme Out.” The band will perform Monday, April 10, at 8 p.m. in Farthing Auditorium as part of Appalachian Heritage Week at Appalachian State University.

The Geography of Wine Discussed April 10

BOONE–Warren Anderson has helped the Robert Mondavi company use technology to find the best land for developing new vineyards.

International Music Performed April 4

BOONE — “The Music of the World,” part of the Faculty Recital Series at Appalachian State University, will be presented April 4, at 8 p.m. at Rosen Concert Hall.

Internationally Renowned Gerontologist Visits Area April 12

BOONE–“The Seven Great Myths of Aging” is the topic internationally renowned gerontologist Dr. Vern L. Bengtson will discuss during an April 12 presentation at Appalachian Brian Estates.

Artist Joyce J. Scott Discusses her Craft April 8

BOONE–World-renowned artist Joyce J. Scott will be a featured speaker during the Southeastern Women’s Studies Association Conference 2000, hosted by Appalachian State University.

Women’s Concerns Transcend Decades

By Jessica Wilson

BOONE — Today’s generation of female college students has opportunities that women in previous generations never saw.

Undergraduate and Graduate Student Research

By Kathryn Peterson

BOONE — Undergraduate students will present the results of major research projects they have collaborated on with faculty.