Appalachian Magazine

Stories

  • Appalachian music grad teaching, playing trumpet in Cairo
    September 15, 2017

    Trumpeter Trestan Peck ’15 finds adventure teaching abroad

  • Dr. Eric Frauman
    Faculty Member of Distinction
    Beaver College of Health Sciences – Associate professor, Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education
    September 14, 2017

    Dr. Eric Frauman in recreation management offers his students a different classroom experience.

  • Dr. Timothy J. Smith, Latin American scholar
    Faculty Member of Distinction
    College of Arts and Sciences – Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Anthropology
    September 14, 2017

    Teaching and research go hand in hand. A scholar of indigenous representation and politics in Latin America, Dr. Timothy J. Smith is dedicated to both.

  • From Farm to Table
    Appalachian donates fresh produce to local organizations for residents in need
    September 9, 2017

    Appalachian donates fresh produce to local organizations for residents in need.

  • Whole Life Club promotes blue zone for Boone
    September 5, 2017

    Students’ Whole Life Club encourages healthy living on campus and works toward bringing the Blue Zones Project® to Boone.

Podcasts

SoundAffect: What two South African geographers learned from Nelson Mandela about rugby, restitution and removing monuments.

On this SoundAffect podcast, two South African geographers share what they learned from Nelson Mandela about rugby, restitution and removing monuments.

Masters Matter: Dr. Andrew Shanely and Vincent Georgescu, Exercise Science

Dr. Andrew Shanely, Associate Professor, PhD, Exercise Physiology, Graduate Faculty, and graduate student Vincent Georgescu discuss the Master of Science in Exercise Science.

Dave by the Bell: Move In Day 2017

From cacti to Croatian candy and tie-dyed fanny packs in between, new App State students are bringing some funky stuff with them to the dorms.

Find Your Sustain Ability: Majora Carter "The Prophet of Local"

Whether she's turning a landfill into an award-winning 3 million-dollar park, or transforming a neglected streetscape into a picturesque, Parisian-cafe inspired greenspace, Majora Carter's vision and drive for sustainable, local living is potent and compelling.