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Archive for December, 2003

Barbershop Quartet Sings To Raise Money For A Music Scholarship

121803sing_dl.jpgSinging for fun and fellowship, members of barbershop quartets gather each year for the annual Barbershop Quartet Show held on the Appalachian State University campus. The group also sings to raise money for a music scholarship in Appalachian’s Hayes School of Music.

Holding Back the Bull

121803wallstreet_dl.jpgAppalachian State University students hold back the bull while visiting Wall Street in New York City in late November.

Mother/Daughter Teachers Earn Degrees Together

121503graduation51_dl.jpgBOONE–Wilkes County teachers Sharon Warren and Angela Roten share more than family ties.

Appalachian Graduates Receive Challenge: Become Leaders, Volunteers and Public Servants

121303graduates_dl.jpgBOONE–Phillip Kirk Jr., president of North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry, challenged Appalachian State University graduates today (Saturday) to take time during their lives to become leaders, volunteers and public servants in their communities.

Local Student Wins Hayes Young Artist Competition

121203hayes_dl.jpgBOONE–Robyn Osborne-Quinnett, a violinist from Fayetteville, has won the Hayes Young Artist Competition at Appalachian State University.

Computers Make Great Holiday Gifts, If You Choose Wisely

BOONE–Parents considering a computer as a gift this holiday season can benefit from the advice of an expert at Appalachian State University.

Holiday Decorating

121103holiday_dl.jpgStudents decorate Appalachian State University’s Plemmons Student Union for the holidays. Amy Drum, a senior family and consumer science major from Jonesville, adjusts a bow on top of a tree while Katie Sullivan, a sophomore advertising communications major from Clyde, watches.

ASU Board of Trustees Approves $300 Campus-Based Tuition Increase

BOONE–Appalachian State University Board of Trustees has approved a $300 increase in tuition for each of the next two academic years.

Financial Planning Certificate Programs Offered at Appalachian State University

BOONE–Appalachian State University, through the finance and banking major in the Walker College of Business, has received approval from the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards (CFP Board) in Denver, Colo., to offer two comprehensive study programs in the area of financial planning.