Almost two-thirds of Appalachian students experience food insecurity, according to a recent survey, and many Watauga County residents struggle with food and shelter issues. This series examines the people and initiatives working to alleviate hunger in the High Country.
Appalachian’s food pantry and free store, located on the ground floor of East Hall in the Office of Sustainability, provide personal care and food items for all Appalachian Community members in their time of need.
Giving back to the Appalachian Community Oct. 1 - 31, 2018
In honor of their 50th anniversaries, the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Fine and Applied Arts and Reich College of Education at Appalachian State University will host a goods drive focused on the “3 P’s” — personal care items, pasta, and peanut butter and jelly/jams — for Appalachian’s campus food pantry and free store, located in the Office of Sustainability.
Appalachian's Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Fine and Applied Arts and Education honor their 50th anniversaries by giving back to the Appalachian Community
Oct. 1 - 31, 2018
In honor of their 50th anniversaries, Appalachian’s College of Arts and Sciences, College of Fine and Applied Arts and Reich College of Education will collect donated goods for the university’s food pantry and free store.
Get to peek into the archives on the 4th floor of Belk Library! Visual materials from Special Collections will depict river baptisms; floods; summer and winter recreational water activities; mountain streams and rivers; how we have tamed and benefited from the water; and much more. Come step into the past! All are welcome.
In conjunction with the international exhibition, Art from Down Under: Australia to New Zealand, Dr. Vincent Alessi, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Creative Arts and English at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia and Julie Humby, Artist, Art Curator and Assistant Librarian at Ara Institute, Christchurch, New Zealand will discuss contemporary practices in their respective countries.
AstroTurf, orange slices, acceptance and anxiety. Sarah DeLappe's Pulitzer Prize nominated play offers a glimpse into the complex inner lives of nine teenage girls on an elite girls' soccer team. Each has a unique story, but they share a common history. Will their community hold through crisis?