Kelly Davis, an assistant professor of electronic media and broadcasting in the Department of Communication at Appalachian, has directed the third season of “A Craftsman’s Legacy,” which begins airing at 3 p.m. Oct. 1 on UNC-TV.
The building, which has been called the College of Education Annex, has been renamed Howard Street Hall and will house two new classrooms and 21 faculty offices. The classrooms will seat between 60 and 80.
A new Student Veteran Resource Center, slated to open later this year on the campus of Appalachian State University, will serve the needs of Appalachian students who are active duty military personnel and veterans.
Appalachian State University will host a public viewing and discussion of the U.S. Presidential debate including remarks by Dr. Kevin Mullinix (Department of Government and Justice Studies) and Newly Paul (Department of Communication). Dr. William Hicks (Department of Government and Justice Studies) will facilitate a short Q&A session.
“The Quispe Girls” is a Chilean film based on the true story of three sister shepherds, who lived a solitary life until a new law challenged them to question their existence and the meaning of their lives.
Bruce Weigl: "Writing about personal trauma is a difficult thing to do, but almost thirty years of experience working with veterans of several wars has taught me that it is also a powerful tool that can be restorative and even life-saving."
Filled with lyrical language, music and mysticism, this coming-of-age story will fascinate theatregoers of all ages: an entry into a world filled with drama and adventure as a family reveals its secrets and a daughter is set free to find where she belongs.
Sheryl Oring, dressed as a 1950s era secretary, will use a vintage manual typewriter to take down letters to the presidential candidates as dictated by passersby in the Plemmons Student Union Solarium.