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Watauga College Faculty and Students, Past and Present, Invited to April 25 Event

BOONE–Past and current students and faculty of Watauga College at Appalachian State University are invited to a special event Sunday, April 25.

A ceremony introducing Watauga College students to the history and traditions of the residential college will be held beginning at 5 p.m.

The program will begin at East Hall’s East Beach and conclude with a banquet at the new home of the Watauga College Program in the new Living Learning Center off Bodenheimer Drive on campus.

Cost of the dinner is $6. Reservations can be made by e-mailing Grayson Greenwood at gg60585@appstate.edu.

Watauga College began in 1972 as an interdisciplinary, residential two-year program within the university setting.

Students fulfill their core requirements in English and history in small, interdisciplinary classes that place a heavy emphasis on creativity, discussion and curiosity.

Watauga College classrooms and faculty offices are located on site at the Living Learning Center.

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