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Archive for November, 2003

Jazzmatazz Jazz Program Held Nov. 15 at Appalachian

BOONE–Jazzmatazz, a blend of spoken word and jazz, will be presented at Appalachian State University’s Legends nightclub Saturday, Nov. 15, beginning at 9 p.m.

Regional Economy Slows in September

BOONE–Western North Carolina’s economy slowed somewhat in September, posting a 0.3 percent decline. It’s the first decline in economic activity in the region in seven months, according to the Western North Carolina Economic Index, compiled at Appalachian State University.

Chinese Sports Officials to Visit Appalachian

Research on effects of nutrition and the immune response to exercise is focus of visit

BOONE–Representatives from China’s National Research Institute of Sports Medicine and the State Sport General Administration of China will visit Appalachian State University Nov. 12 and 13 to help their athletes prepare for the 2008 Olympic Games.

Student Development Is Seeking Information Regarding Those Who Have Died In Service To Their Country

BOONE — Appalachian State University’s Office of Student Development is seeking information regarding university staff, faculty or students who have died in service to their country.

Region’s Changing Economy is Focus of Nov. 20 Summit

BOONE–Business, civic and governmental leaders and all those interested in the region’s economic development can participate in “Revival of a Region: Breaking the Mold,” which is the focus of the Nov. 20 Future Forward Economic Alliance Leadership Summit being held at Appalachian State University’s Broyhill Inn and Conference Center.

One Act Plays Presented at Appalachian Nov. 15-18

BOONE — The fall season of student directed one-act plays at Appalachian State University continues with two plays to be presented Nov. 15-18 at 8 p.m. in I.G. Greer Arena Theatre.