On May 25, 2105, Appalachian State University held a Memorial Day ceremony at the Veterans Memorial located adjacent to the Dougherty Administration Building on campus.
Nearly 300 students participated in Alternative Service Experiences during spring break, exploring social issues from poverty to animal rights.
Everyone has a story. If we each knew these stories, would we have more understanding and compassion toward others?
Building design students develop creative ways to use a 20th-century homestead in this service-learning project at Appalachian State University.
Appalachian’s Solar Vehicle Team, made up of students from eight academic disciplines, prepares a solar-powered race car for competition in 2016.
If we don’t treat each other right, how can we do right by the earth?
The idea of sustainability broadens as Earth Day celebration April 22 includes Affrilachian Poets.
A new economic value study shows Appalachian gives a solid return on investment for students, taxpayers and society.
Appalachian is among a select group of colleges and universities holding the “community engagement” classification by the Carnegie Foundation.
Students create award-winning rehabilitation device for knee injuries.
A review of Appalachian’s most-viewed news and feature stories throughout 2014.
More and more Appalachian students are studying abroad, bringing continued recognition from the International Institute of Education.
Food from Appalachian dining halls helps the Hunger and Health Coalition provide meals for their clients.
Students in a First Year Seminar course research, create and install plant signage at Daniel Boone Native Gardens.
Appalachian competes in the first Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge through Nov. 22 – and you can help.
A system planned by the Appalachian Energy Center to collect and use methane gas at landfills will help improve working conditions for Brazil’s waste pickers.
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