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Archive for November, 2000

Students Experiment with Alternative Forms of Transportation

BOONE — Cassie Robinson dreams of owning an electric-powered car. She would like a solar-powered toaster, radio and television, too.

Dr. Roy Carroll Appointed to Appalachian

BOONE — Dr. Roy Carroll, a retired college professor and administrator, interim chancellor and university system vice president, has been selected to fill the term of the late David Edmisten on the Appalachian State University Board of Trustees.

Appalachian State University Marching Band to Perform Nov. 19

band.jpgBOONE — Appalachian State University’s marching band, the Marching Mountaineers, will perform Nov. 19 at 2 p.m. in Farthing Auditorium.

Appalachian Ranks 6th in Ranger Challenge Competition

rotc.jpgBOONE — Appalachian State University ROTC members placed 6th among 30 teams in the Ranger Challenge Competition held recently at Fort Jackson, S.C.

Other competing schools included The Citadel, Wake Forest University, N.C. State University and Campbell University.

Appalachian State University’s Barbershop

111300quartet_dl.jpgBOONE — Low Down Sound, a barbershop quartet from Appalachian State University, won second place in the 2000 International College Contest held in Kansas City.

Professor Helps Pizza Delivery Drivers Drive Safely

BOONE — Pizza delivery drivers are among the most dangerous drivers on the road, according to Appalachian State University psychology professor Tim Ludwig.

Eggplant Faerie Players Perform at Appalachian State University Nov. 17

BOONE — The Eggplant Faerie Players will perform “Next Year in Sodom” on Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. in the Linville Falls Room of Plemmons Student Union at Appalachian State University.

Feminist Theologian Speaks at Appalachian State University Nov. 30

BOONE — Feminist theologian the Rev. Dr. Carter Heyward asks, “Can Christians be sweet-spirited, radically justice-loving folks?”

2001 Women’s Leadership Conference Holding “A Call for Programs”

BOONE — The Appalachian State University Women’s Center is requesting program proposals from anyone interested in participating in the fourth annual Women’s Leadership Conference on Feb. 24, 2001.