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Archive for November, 2000

Duo Guitarra Performs at Appalachian State University Nov. 12

BOONE — Duo Guitarra will perform in the Appalachian State University School of Music Recital Hall on Nov. 12 at 8 p.m.

Admission is free and the public is invited.

Lowe’s Distinguished Professor Sees Bright Future for Computer-based Education

BOONE — Barry Kurtz has a recipe for computer-based education.

School of Music’s Opera Workshop and Theatre and Dance Department Present “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum”

funnything.jpgBOONE — The Stephen Sondheim musical “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” will be presented by Appalachian State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance and the School of Music’s Opera Workshop Nov. 15-20.

Appalachian Studies Symposium Honors Jerry Williamson

williamson.jpgBOONE — The Center for Appalachian Studies at Appalachian State University is sponsoring a symposium Nov. 17-18 honoring retiring Appalachian Journal editor Jerry Williamson.

Appalachian Cultural Museum Celebrates Holiday Season

BOONE — The Appalachian Cultural Museum celebrates the holidays with fresh mountain Christmas trees decorated by local businesses and artists to blend with the museum exhibits, seasonal mountain music, storytelling and refreshments.

Appalachian Officials Explore Business/Education Opportunities Between State’s Furniture Industry and China

by Jane Nicholson

BOONE — Kenneth E. Peacock, dean of Appalachian State University’s Walker College of Business, and John E. Thomas, chancellor emeritus, leave for a two-week trip to China on Friday, Nov. 3, to explore educational and business exchange opportunities between North Carolina’s furniture industry and the Chinese.

Percussion Ensemble Concert Showcases Meister Compositions

percussion.jpgBOONE — The Appalachian Percussion Ensemble performs the music of Scott Meister in its Nov. 9 concert at Appalachian State University.