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Archive for August, 2005

Appalachian Proposes Off-Campus Master’s Degree in Middle Grades Education

BOONE – Appalachian State University is proposing to offer a master of arts degree completion program in middle grades education next spring in Catawba County.

Appalachian’s Department of Theatre and Dance Announces 2005-06 Season

BOONE – Appalachian State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance has teamed up with area businesses and theatre organizations to present an exciting and thought-provoking season titled “Elusive Truths and Startling Revelations.”

Reading and Discussion Series on Jewish Literature Begins Sept. 18 at Appalachian

BOONE – The Carol G. Belk Library and Information Commons at Appalachian State University is launching the reading and discussion series “Jewish Literature: Identity and Imagination” beginning Sept. 18.

Appalachian’s Open House Will Be Held Sept. 17

BOONE – Appalachian State University will open its doors Sept. 17 for its annual Fall Open House. All prospective students and their parents are invited to attend.

Participants Sought for Research Study

BOONE – Members of the Watauga County and Appalachian State University communities are invited to participate in a research study being conducted in the Human Performance Lab, located in the Department of Health, Leisure and Exercise Science in the Holmes Convocation Center.

Barbershop Quartet Show Held Sept. 10

082505barbershop_dl.jpgBOONE – The Watauga County Arts Council in cooperation with the Mariam Cannon Hayes School of Music at Appalachian State University will present the 24th annual Barbershop Quartet Show on Saturday, Sept. 10, at 8 p.m. in Broyhill Music Center’s Rosen Concert Hall on campus.

Widespread Panic to Perform on Campus Sept. 21

082505widespread.jpgBOONE – Widespread Panic will bring their blend of Southern-style rock to Appalachian State University on Sept. 21 at 7:30 p.m. in the Holmes Convocation Center.

U.S. Constitution Topic of Sept. 16 Talk

By Jane Nicholson

BOONE – It’s only 6,000 words long and takes about 30 minutes to read, but when is the last time you read the U.S. Constitution from beginning to end?

Library Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

082405library_dl.jpgNew and returning students to Appalachian State University were welcomed to the first day of classes with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Carol Grotnes Belk Library and Information Commons.