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Archive for October, 2001

Bathanti Wins Carolina Novel Award

BOONE—Joseph Bathanti is the first writer to win the Carolina Novel Award for a book set outside the Carolinas.

Peninger, Sparks and Wilson Receive Appalachian’s Distinguished Alumni Award

imageRTN.jpgBOONE—Three Appalachian State University graduates who have risen quickly through the ranks of their chosen professions have received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Appalachian State University’s Alumni Association.

Race and Gender Will Be Discussed Nov. 15 and 16

BOONE– — Dr. Peggy McIntosh, author of “White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack” and “White Privilege and Male Privilege:

A Personal Account of Coming to See Correspondences through Work in Women’s Studies,” will speak at Appalachian State University on Thursday, Nov. 15, and Friday, Nov. 16.

Lifehouse in Concert at Appalachian State

BOONE—Lifehouse, whose song “Hanging by a Moment” has been topping the charts, will play in concert at Appalachian State University Tuesday, Nov. 6.

Nov. 12 Veterans’ Day Celebration Planned at Appalachian

BOONE—Appalachian State University invites the campus and community to join in a Veterans’ Day Ceremony on campus Monday, Nov. 12.

Step Show Highlights Students and Alumni at 9 p.m. Saturday

BOONE– Appalachian State University’s National PanHellenic Council will sponsor its annual Homecoming Step Show on Saturday, Oct. 27, at 9 p.m. in Farthing Auditorium.

Ecofeminist Karen J. Warren Speaks Nov. 5

BOONE– Ecofeminist philosopher Karen J. Warren will speak Nov. 5 as part the women’s studies 25th-year celebration at Appalachian State University.

Employment Opportunities Rise in Gerontology Field

BOONE–Despite the economic downturn, sustained growth in the state’s aging population means promising employment opportunities exist for people with training in gerontology, says Professor Ed Rosenberg.

One-Act Plays Presented at Appalachian

BOONE–Intrigue and comedy combine as the Appalachian State University Department of Theatre and Dance offers another round of exciting, entertaining one-act plays.