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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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Graduating
Apr 3, 2018

Graduation is right around the corner and with that comes a lot of stress for the graduates. Many of us have worked four years or more to get to this point. We hoped and prayed we would get to this point, but, now that it is here, many are probably wishing it was not coming to an end.

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5 things I wish I knew before coming to App
Apr 3, 2018

Starting college is a big change; coming from a different city and being brand new to everything can be overwhelming! Whether you are an incoming freshman or transfer student, these things are things wish I knew before coming to college:

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Boone town
Apr 3, 2018

When many people think of Appalachian State University, they think of the mountainous regions and the green landscapes. In addition, most people envision Appalachian State University nestled between the mountains.

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Sorority life at Appalachian
Apr 3, 2018

Sorority life on Appalachian State’s campus is very different than on any other college campus.  Appalachian State has 10 active chapters, and, in the near future, we hope to see this number continue to increase.

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The coffee craving
Mar 12, 2018

If you have not already developed a craving for coffee by the time you arrive at Appalachian State, it is likely you will very soon. The fast-paced lifestyle of college encourages indulging yourself with caffeine because you are constantly on the move.

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Places to eat: Macado’s
Mar 12, 2018

Macado’s is a great and affordable restaurant offering a wide range of food including: sandwiches, wings, and other entrees.

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Climb on
Mar 12, 2018

During my time at Appalachian State, I have adopted several hobbies and interests in areas I could have never foreseen before coming to school here. One of my new hobbies tends to come with a terrifying yet exhilarating sensation: rock climbing.

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Networking in college
Mar 12, 2018

Tips on making connections and building an awesome social circle

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5 tips for finals week
Mar 12, 2018

The week all college students dread is finally upon us: finals week! Finals week is the week where all your classes have ended, and you have to learn a whole semester worth of material in 2-3 days before you have to regurgitate it back onto paper in test form.

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How to fight cold and flu season
Mar 12, 2018

Being a college student can be a very stressful time, especially around midterms and finals. With stress, you can become run down and have no time for self care. In turn, this can lead to getting sick and missing class.

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