At 28 years old, Dave Carbonell was months away from completing his residency in Emergency Medicine at UNC. Then cancer struck – acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
There are couches and comfy chairs, sunlight pouring in from floor-to-ceiling windows, and engaged, lively discussion.
The stage can be a formidable place for young and seasoned actors alike, as they step out to perform their art in front of a live audience. Anything can happen.
Alumnus donates funds to launch Student Pirate Investment Fund
Thanks to a recent donation to the College of Business, the Student Pirate Investment Fund is set to go live.
In slam poetry competitions, a poet’s performance begins the instant they address the audience, whether with words or their eyes.
Appalachian State University’s Center for Judaic, Holocaust and Peace Studies and the College of Arts and Sciences program in Judaic, Holocaust and Peace Studies collaborated with four organization
Hunter Stark, an Appalachian State University sophomore communication major from Charlotte, and James Howe, a Southwestern Community College senior and triple major in electronics, computer, and ne