An art student works on the aetosaur

Art and geology students at Appalachian collaborate to sculpt Triassic aetosaur Mar 20, 2017

Forget Jurassic Park. Appalachian State University will soon have its own Triassic Park – complete with its very own dinosaur-like creature.

"Bittersweet Memories" by Sloane Whaley

Recent graduate’s artwork commissioned by Appalachian’s chancellor Mar 15, 2017

Sloane Whaley ’16, who studied studio art in Appalachian State University’s Department of Art, recently had work commissioned by Appalachian’s Chancellor Sheri N. Everts.

On set with Shannon Carr

Communication student covers hot topics with Dean of Students on AppTV Sep 19, 2016

Shannon Carr, a senior electronic media and broadcasting and political science double major, recently sat down with Dean of Students J.J. Brown...

Three students during a performance of "Selkie: Between Land and Sea"

Theatre and Dance presents “Selkie” Sept. 28–Oct. 2 Sep 19, 2016

By Keith Martin

The Appalachian State University Department of Theatre and Dance will produce the award-winning drama for young adults, “...

Sculpture students confer with professors about the project

ASU geology, art department collaborating on life-size "dinosaur" model [Mountain Times] Sep 13, 2016

Appalachian State University is the home to several unique sculptures, and is currently in the process of bringing history to life with a new...

Students having fun in the studio

Theatre and Dance presents the 2016 “First Year Showcase” Sep 9, 2016

BOONE—The Appalachian State University Department of Theatre and Dance will present the 2016 “First Year Showcase” September 22–24 at 7 p.m. with...

Dr. Ghamari and a study participant

Wayfinding study provides unique research opportunities for undergraduates Sep 6, 2016

Dr. Hessam Ghamari has long been interested in evidence-based healthcare design. In recent years, his research focus has shifted specifically to...

Students rehearse for the 2015 24-hour arts festival.

Playcrafters presents the 24-hour Arts Festival September 11 Sep 1, 2016

by Julia Ridenhour

Playcrafters will present its third annual 24-hour Arts Festival at 2 p.m. on Sunday, September 11 in the I.G. Greer...

A postcard created by Hofsess

Teaching the Teachers: Art professor’s unique research changes her curriculum, prompts book deal Aug 30, 2016

Dr. Brooke Hofsess felt that something was missing in her work educating teachers. As a secondary school art teacher turned university professor...

Communication faculty at the AEJMC conference

Appalachian State faculty present research at national journalism and mass communication conference Aug 24, 2016

A number of communication faculty members traveled to and presented research at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass...

Solar car on the track

Racing the Sun [Appalachian Magazine] Aug 17, 2016

An Appalachian team seeks to change the future of transportation with a solar race car.