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Archive for March, 2002

Marketing and Advertising Executive Roger E. Beahm is Boyles CEO Lecturer

beahm1.jpgBOONE–Roger E. Beahm, president and chief executive officer of Coyne Beahm Inc., a marketing and advertising agency in Greensboro, will speak at the upcoming Harlan E. Boyles Distinguished CEO Lecture Series at Appalachian State University.

Trustees Approve Diversity Plan at Appalachian

BOONE–Appalachian State University has traditionally been a predominately white campus with only a small percentage of the student body comprised of minorities.

Nickel Creek Performs at Appalachian April 4

nickelcreek.jpgBOONE–Nickel Creek will perform their new wave of bluegrass Thursday, April 4, at 8 p.m. at Appalachian State University’s Holmes Convocation Center.

Appalachian Dance Ensemble Presents Annual Spring Concert

BOONE–Modern dance, classical ballet and jazz will be performed April 10-13 during the Appalachian Dance Ensemble’s Annual Spring Concert at Appalachian State University.

Appalachian Symphony Orchestra Performs March 24

BOONE–The Appalachian State University Symphony Orchestra will present a free concert Sunday, March 24, at 2 p.m. in Broyhill Music Center’s Rosen Concert Hall.

Award-Winning Thesis Sheds Light on Cultural Issues Related to POWs

By Kate Cahow

BOONE–A Boone resident and recent graduate of Appalachian State University received the Conference of Southern Graduate Schools’ Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award.

Education Expert on Social Class and Race Speaks March 28

BOONE–Dr. Jean Anyon, a nationally recognized professor and consultant on the relation of social class and race to education, will speak at Appalachian State University on March 28.

Appalachian Students Win PICA Awards

BOONE–Students in Appalachian State University’s Thomas W. Reese Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology program (GAIT) have received several awards from the Printing Industries of the Carolinas (PICA).

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Criticizes Hog Industry on TV Program

rfk.jpgBOONE–Environmental attorney Robert F. Kennedy Jr. criticizes North Carolina’s hog industry on the latest “Appalachian Perspective,” saying factory hog farms are polluting the state’s waterways.