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Archive for October, 2000

Brown Named Homecoming King at Appalachian

king.jpgPatricia Brown reacts to news that her son has been named homecoming king at Appalachian State University.

Winners Chosen for 2000 Appalachian State University Staff Award

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— Appalachian State University staff members Lois Forrester, Nadine White and Paula Hicks received the annual Appalachian State University Staff Award, an award representing hard work, dedication and professionalism.

Nobel Peace Prize-winner Urges “Moral” Decision-Making

102400arias_dl.jpgBOONE — Nobel Peace Prize-winner Oscar Arias says the world expects the United States to be a moral superpower.

North Carolina Dance Festival Comes to Appalachian Oct. 26-28

BOONE — Appalachian State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents the North Carolina Dance Festival on campus Oct. 26-28.

Appalachian Graduate and Author Visits Appalachian Nov. 16

dubner.jpgBOONE — Stephen J. Dubner, graduate of Appalachian State University and author of “Turbulent Souls: A Catholic Son’s Return to His Jewish Family,” will read from his works Nov. 16 at 7:30 p.m. in the Linville Falls Room of the Plemmons Student Union on the Appalachian campus.

Hayes, Adams and Collins to Lead Appalachian’s Alumni Association

BOONE — Vaughn Hayes of North Wilkesboro, and Julia Adams and Jeannine Underdown Collins, both of Boone, will lead the Appalachian State University Alumni Association for 2000-01.

Faculty Address “Ways of Knowing” During 2000-01

BOONE — Appalachian State University faculty will discuss “Ways of Knowing” during the 2000-01 Humanities Thematic Festival.

School of Music Presents Woodwind Chamber Music Oct. 26

BOONE — Students in Appalachian State University’s School of Music will perform in a woodwind chamber music concert at 8 p.m., Oct. 26, in Rosen Concert Hall, Broyhill Music Center.

Exhibit of Children’s Book Illustrations Opens Oct. 27 at Cultural Museum

cultmu.jpgBOONE — An exhibit of children’s book illustrations will stir more than childhood memories. It also chronicles the history of printing and bookmaking.