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If you're passionate about App State football and App State sports then you'll love The Black & Gold Podcast. Your hosts, AJ and Big C, are alumni that are passionate about all things Appalachian State. With a new episode every Wednesday, you'll be able to keep up with App State's on field performance and anything else that's going on off the field that you need to know about. From a recap of the previous game, a preview of the next game and everything in between, for fans of App State, The ...
 
Considering Graduate school? Masters really do matter at Appalachian State University! Get an inside peek into the graduate experience at App from our master’s students themselves. Learn why the Masters programs at Appalachian State stand out from those of other Universities.
 
Thinking about joining the Appalachian State University student body? On AppX, our students share what life at App is really like. You’ll get the best advice on everything from where to live and what to eat to how to be prepared for the unpredictable Boone weather. Listen, learn and laugh along.
 
University Communication’s own Dave Blanks wanders the earth over in search of answers to all of life’s questions... great and small. Okay, so he mainly stays on Appalachian State University’s campus... he still wanders though... and he definitely wonders as he wanders. Listen for silly asides and revolutionary revelations. Priceless.
 
What's Your Truth host Nickolas Jordan is on a journey to find truth in the universe and he needs your help. Dr. Jordan is an Associate Professor and Program Director of the Marriage and Family Therapy within the Department of Human Development and Psychological Counseling at Appalachian State University. His professional interests include Diversity, Social Justice and relationships created, maintained and terminated through online video games and other Social Media.
 
Straight out of Boone, NC and Appalachian State University, Brandon Dickson, Chris Kroeger and Justin Ckezepis bring you an hour of non-stop sports talk and laughs every Monday and Wednesday. We bring you segments like "Funny or Felon", "Random Rant" and "The Checklist", cover everything in the sports world, take your calls and interview the best writers, athletes and personalities in sports today. We bring you the best sports talk in college radio on 90.5 WASU-FM and online at WASUrocks.com ...
 
Smalls Talk is designed for college students as a means to help them on their journey of self and personal wellness. During each episode, Appalachian's Wellness Coordinator for Student Programs with Wellness and Prevention Services Saray Smalls and her co-hosts explore one or more of the 8 dimensions of wellness which include social, emotional, physical,environmental, spiritual, intellectual, occupational and financial.
 
Walking Free: Faithful Living for Young Men, is an award-winning podcast about navigating this crazy world as a young, Christian man. Hear practical, Christ-centered advice and solutions from both your peers and those who have already spent time in the trenches and survived. Hosted by Evan Bujeker and Ross Knight.
 
Work Talk is the official podcast of New Rivers/Mt Rogers Workforce Development Area. The New River/Mount Rogers Workforce Development Board envisions a region where every business has access to a qualified, job-ready workforce and every citizen in the region has the skills needed to secure meaningful employment, competitive wages, and career advancement through an integrated workforce support infrastructure. To learn more, visit http://nrmrwib.org/
 
“Recollections” is a podcast that explores history and culture through the collections of the B. Carroll Reece Museum. Each episode highlights an artifact at the Reece Museum and uses research and interviews with experts to investigate the stories and cultural themes connected to that artifact. Five-to-ten minutes long, these short form episodes are a curated exploration of some of the items that make up the museum’s impressive collection of nearly 25,000 artifacts. The Museum is located on ...
 
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Season 8, Episode 23. 06/19/2021. Barbecued Pig and a bootlegging story for Daddy In this episode, we are setting the table with a great Barbecue recipe, and a story on running untaxed liquor, and the blow that prohibition took on Tennessee Agriculture. Farmer, Mother, and a great cook, Aliceson Bales of Bales Farm (Mosheim TN) shares the easiest r…
 
Season 8, Episode 22. 06/12/2021 Lye soap, Hydrangeas, Posh Squash Casserole, and Elderberries Today we are setting the table with Lye soap. Hydrangeas, posh squash casserole, and elderberries. Our guests are Rachel Davis of J & R Farms. She makes her own lye soap. We also visit with Josh Lowans and hear about elderlies and the syrup that he is inv…
 
The filibuster, and the practice of filibustering in the United States Senate, is a raging topic in American politics these days. And, of course, the abuse of history has been rampant when current politicians attack or defend the filibuster. Professor Sarah Binder (_the_ expert!) explains it to you Buzzkillers! Episode 421…
 
Voting rights are being taken away in 2021. So we should listen again to Honest Abe. Right? But did he actually say, "...government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth"? Was it his phrase originally? The background of the quote will fascinate you, Listen and learn, Buzzkillers! Episode 420…
 
Marjorie Taylor Greene has brought up the Nazi-Socialist thing to defame certain left-wing American politicians in 2021. Obviously, she doesn't know history. But why was Hitler’s fascist party named the “National-Socialist German Workers' Party”? And why are democratic socialists nowadays tarred with the “Nazi” brush by political circus clowns? Pro…
 
Season 8, Episode 21 BattleField Farm & Gardens & the Broccoli Lady Today we are setting the table with urban community gardening, and broccoli casserole. Our first guest is Chris Battle who created BattleFiled Farms and Gardens in East Knox County his motto is “Fighting food disparity, building community”. We also hear a wonderful short story by F…
 
There’s so much talk these days about the radicalism of the Republican Party. Politics has often been nasty in American history, but when did this particular style of Republican extremism start? Professor Julian Zelizer from Princeton University shows us how Newt Gingrich helped create the new Republican party, and in the process, helped burn down …
 
Josh Lowans gets comfortable while spreading the good word about Cornbread Salad during the recording of a Barncast at Amy Campbell’s barn, May of 2021. Connect with Josh through instagram @Joshlowans and @salubriousfarms a nicer fella you may never meet. Season 8, Episode 20. 05/29/2021 Cornbread, sugar, no sugar, and Cornbread Salad We are settin…
 
With the 100th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre nearly here, it's time to listen to an encore presentation of this episode. 1865-1930 is often called the “nadir of African-American life.” Not only did African-Americans gain very little economic or social benefit from the end of slavery, but white Southerners also built up a system of rac…
 
Season 8, Episode 19. May 22, 2021 Nancy Bruns of J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works We visit with our neighbor from West Virginia - Nancy Bruns of J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works. We'll hear about her family's land, history, and how they produce salt from their farm. Nancy and her brother Lewis Payne are partners. They are the 7th generation salt makers since 18…
 
Dr. Lauren Turek gives us the history of American Christian evangelical influence on foreign affairs, as well as their direct efforts to change American foreign policy. It’s all so much deeper and more interesting than most people think! Listen to her explain their “evangelizing” in Latin America, Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe in the late twenti…
 
Season 8, Episode 18. May 15, 2021 Today, we are setting the table with our little friends, pollinators and the honey bee and ways that we can help to protect them. We will visit today with 3 families who raise bees in East, Tennessee. D & Jim Brown who own and run Honey Rock Herb Farm, in Louisville, Tennessee and have raised bees for over 40 year…
 
We scrutinize Reagan's famous quote "the nine most terrifying words in the English language are ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help’” in today's episode. Where and when was it coined? What is its broader meaning, and why does Professor Buzzkill call it "moronic and childish"? Episode 416
 
In the early days of the Biden administration, the Harry Truman “quote” about socialism being a Republican scare word is flying around the internet. Rhetoric is so over-heated in American politics these days. But did “Buck Stops Here” Harry really say it? If so, when, where, and in what context? Time for an encore of this popular episode!…
 
In this episode, you'll hear from 2 regional economic development leaders about how they work with the Virginia Economic Development and the efforts that are underway to support and grow targeted industries. Discover the importance of placemaking and infrastructure improvements in attracting and retaining businesses and talent to the region.…
 
May 8, 2021, Season 8, Episode 17. Strawberries, memories of Wayne Scott, and strawberry shortcake recipes. Today we are setting the table with a Mother’s Day treat…Strawberries. I (Amy) share 2 recipes for a scratch made strawberry shortcake, and an easy bisquick shortcake for you Mothers’ Day dessert. Fred Sauceman shares a little story about Way…
 
Mary Ware Dennett was an American women's rights activist, pacifist, and pioneer in the areas of birth control, sex education, and women's suffrage. Yet, she is largely unknown to the general public. So, she’s our Woman Crush Wednesday this week! Listen as historian Sharon Spaulding explains Mary’s important life and work! Episode 413.…
 
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