For senior Amanda Buffa, her February day of class in Appalachian’s Reich College of Education started out as normal. Then, when one of her classmates collapsed and became unresponsive, her CPR skills were put to the test.
Army Capt. Joseph Callaghan, a training officer and instructor with Appalachian’s Department of Military Science and Leadership (ROTC), thanked all veterans at the annual ceremony held on Appalachian’s campus at the Veterans Memorial
International Education Week (IEW) at Appalachian State University is a celebration of transformational global experiences at home and abroad. Everyone is encouraged to participate in these free events, which take place throughout the week!
Join Appalachian State University for a weeklong series of conversations, panel discussions, speeches and forums investigating questions of balance between respect for and obligation to the First Amendment and an institutional culture of respect for thought, belief and community.
This world-renowned, folkloric ballet ensemble from Mexico City is beloved for its artistry and ability to captivate audiences. For six decades, the company has presented dances reflecting the cultural traditions of Mexico, featuring authentic music and costumes, combined with inspired dancing that brings audiences to their feet.
Say What? Examining Freedom of Speech at App State
Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018
7 - 9 p.m.
Former environmental, civil rights and First Amendment attorney, constitutional law professor and radio show host Stewart Harris presents and discusses issues close to home at any university around free speech, hate speech and how to navigate First Amendment rights at a public university.
This popular annual concert features Appalachian faculty, students and guest artists showcasing their talents in choreography and performance. The 2018 fall choreographers include students Hayley Beichkart, Rachel Bohannon, Emma Dubinski and Lyndsey Porter, faculty members Emily Daughtridge, Susan Lutz and Ray Miller, along with new work by guest artist Laura Pettibone.
Winner of the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, The Price of Free (formerly titled Kailash), follows Nobel Peace Laureate Kailash Satyarthi and his team of leaders around the world through gripping secret raids and quests for missing children in the hopes of ending the cycle of poverty which forces them and their families into dreadful circumstances.