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Flood Watch

A Flood Watch has been issued by the National Weather Service for Watauga County effective 1 pm Friday, December 14 until 6 pm Saturday, December 15. This includes Appalachian State University. Excessive rainfall combined with the current snow cover may lead to areas of flooding, especially along creeks and streams. Have multiple ways to receive watch/warning information. Have a plan to move away from rising water. Continue to monitor the National Weather Service or local media for the latest weather forecast.

Posted at 6:17pm on December 13, 2018 via Blackboard Connect.

Date Ideas in Boone
Dec 4, 2018

Boone, North Carolina, is a great place to go on fun outings with your significant other. There are tons of opportunities for dates in and around Boone, and utilizing the outdoors/mountains adds a lot of fun.

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Nail Your Job Interviews
Dec 3, 2018

I have had my share of good and bad interviews throughout my college career. For any job you want, whether it’s on campus, off campus, during the summer or postgraduate, college teaches you a lot about interviewers, even if you do not think so.

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Going to Class at Appalachian
Nov 28, 2018

When I was a first year student at Appalachian State University, the most common thing my parents told me to do was go to class. They repeatedly told me that if I didn’t go to all of my classes, my grades would suffer and I would have no idea what was going on.

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Best Places to Workout on Campus
Nov 5, 2018

Working out when you come to college is essential to your health as a student. Many students come to college and assume they won’t have the time to workout, or that it will be inconvenient to their schedule.

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Family Weekend
Oct 25, 2018

Family Weekend is one of the most exciting events that occur every fall semester. It is a time when fall weather has begun and football season has taken off! As a college student, I do not get to see my family and friends back home very often.

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Volunteering Around the High Country
Oct 25, 2018

Giving back to the community, especially in the High Country, is something that everyone should explore.  You can volunteer anywhere. From your home, your neighborhood, or almost any setting around the world, get out and give a helping hand

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Fraternity Life on Appalachian State Campus
Oct 25, 2018

The first few weeks of college is where you usually get an idea of what you want to make out of your four year college experience. For me, the search took a little time.

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Parkway Adventures
Oct 22, 2018

One of the best things about coming to Appalachian State University is we are really close to the Blue Ridge Parkway. If you have never visited the parkway, you need to! Honestly, it should be one of the first thing you do when you come to Boone, North Carolina!

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First-Year Seminar Courses
Oct 22, 2018

Most four-year universities require their first-year students to enroll in a seminar course that interests them. However, one thing that is unique about Appalachian State University is the variety of first-year seminar courses that we offer.

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On-Campus Study Spots
Oct 18, 2018

Coming to college is a big change from high school. There are many things that you do differently in college versus how you did them in high school. The biggest change for me were my study habits.

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Time Management in College
Oct 18, 2018

Adjusting to college life can be an exciting, but difficult thing to do. So many things that you have been used to in high school change very quickly. When I started school at Appalachian State University, one of the most significant changes that I had to make was my study habits.

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Snowboarding Class at Appalachian State
Oct 18, 2018

If you’re not from the mountains, snowboarding may seem like a foreign or intimidating sport to try out. That’s exactly how I felt coming to Appalachian State University as a freshman.

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How to Manage Meal Plan Money
Oct 17, 2018

When we all come to college we are provided with a meal plan to use in the cafeteria, coffee shops or football game concession stands. This meal plan is supposed to last you the whole semester.

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