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Archive for January, 2001

Solar Energy Society Announces Spring Workshops

car.jpgBOONE — Learn about renewable energy through a workshop mini-series sponsored by the Appalachian State University Solar Energy Society.

School of Music Presents “An Evening of Women Composers” Feb. 6

horn.jpgBOONE — Appalachian State University’s School of Music presents the Faculty Recital Series, featuring “An Evening of Women Composers” on Tuesday, Feb. 6, at 8 p.m. in the Rosen Concert Hall, Broyhill Music Center.

Printing Industry Leaders Honored

harper.jpgCHARLOTTE — Ron and Katherine Harper of Charlotte were honored by the Appalachian State University Foundation for their contributions to the university’s graphic arts and imaging technology program.

Hutchens Joins University Advancement Division at Appalachian

BOONE — Jerry L. Hutchens has been named senior associate vice chancellor for development at Appalachian State University.

Luis Rodriguez to Judge Capote Creative Writing Competition at Appalachian

BOONE — Luis Rodriguez, author, publisher and 2000 WordWide writer-in-residence, will judge the annual Truman Capote Scholarship in Creative Writing Competition at Appalachian State University.

School of Music Organ Concert Feb. 4 Features Brian Bailey

BOONE — Appalachian State University’s School of Music presents the Organ and Sacred Music Recital Series, featuring organist Brian Bailey with guest Alicia Chapman on English horn.

School of Music Presents Bair Shagdaron Piano Concert Feb. 9

BOONE — Bair Shagdaron, the newest member of the Appalachian State University School of Music keyboard faculty, will perform Friday, Feb. 9, at 8 p.m. in Appalachian’s Rosen Concert Hall in Broyhill Music Center.

Pi Kappa Lambda Members Perform Scholarship Recital

trip.jpgBOONE — Variety, from celtic to classical, describes the program of a benefit concert Feb. 1 at Appalachian State University.

Appalachian Astronomers Search for “Trojan” Planets

By William Purcell

BOONE — Of the billions upon billions of stars in the night sky, four keep Dan Caton up at night.