The Michael R. Patricelli Craft Enrichment Program offers a variety of classes for novices, advanced students or individuals who are ready to explore a new hobby. Some classes begin as soon as Aug. 25 and fill quickly, so early registration is encouraged.
The Department of Theatre and Dance is pleased to announce its upcoming 2016-17 season with an expanded slate of 10 offerings. The highlights include over a dozen world premiere dance works and an entire season of theatre by female playwrights.
You’d expect the arrival of 2,500 new students plus parents, siblings and several mountains of gym bags, electronics, Rubbermaid® totes, microwaves, pillows, twin-bed quilt sets and untold bags and boxes of miscellany might create a little chaos on move-in day at Appalachian State University.
Partnering with The Jed and Clinton Health Matters Campus Program (The Campus Program), Appalachian State University has added another action tool to its initiative to support student well-being and mental health.
Hailing from Nashville, Moon Taxi formed in 2006 and set out to conquer the Southeast with their unforgettable live set. With a rabid fan base under their belts, they’ve upped the ante this year to become a festival favorite.
A silent walk through campus beginning on Sanford Mall to commemorate lives lost to violence in our community, to support victims and survivors of violence and to affirm our commitment and responsibility to speak out against violence in all its forms.
A fun way to learn more about our personal and collective responsibilities as a community invested in the health, safety and wellness of our campus environment. Various departments, offices, community partners and student clubs/organizations will be present to remind others to take care of themselves, take care of each other, and take care of this place.