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I can't wait for the first big snow this winter. It should be a lot of fun running through the woods and 54 Price Park throwing snowballs at each other. That is, if we can get up there through the snow. Sorry this is such a short letter, but I've got to run. I'm meeting my friends - and BETH , too! Guess what we're doing and where we're doing it! Will send details and pictures later!

Yours, Grey L. Pun boredom is simply not the reason. This mountain that towers over Boone as if protecting it from out- side invasion is the setting for a vari- ety of activities. The rather steep climb is usually achieved by car, but some, including myself, have forged up the street on foot. The road, beaten by the harsh elements of winter, usually re- sembles a piece of swiss cheese when spring rolls around. However, a spectacular view and plenty of "play" areas await both drivers and walkers at the top.

On a clear day, a person can see the heart of Boone and follow , , and in their respective directions for quite a few miles. A wonderful arrangement of rocks by Mother Mature herself provides a great place to view the lower lying areas. There are a few grills and pic- nic tables spotted around on top of the knob. There is ample room for sunworshippers, frisbee fanatics, and even studiers. Yes, the knob during the weekdays is a great retreat for solitude and relaxation.

Sopho- mores Mike Maiorano and Rick Kurc- zak find it a "perfect place to gather your thoughts. Junior Laila Baligh finds Howard's Knob "quite peaceful. The nights on the knob are somewhat different. A keg or two mysteriously finds its way out on the rocks every now and then. If some- one is fortunate enough to be on the knob when the stadium lights are on, he can make out a lot of campus even in the dark. Of course, how can the fact be overlooked that there are a couple of excellent places to back the car into for a midnight rendez- vous!

A visit to Howard's Knob is a must for all who have not experi- j enced its beauty. Sophomore David Wells sums it up best when he says, "It is a world within itself. It gives one an encompassing view of the mountains surrounding Boone. It has been a popular place not only torASU students, but also for thousands of tourists each year: be- coming riC's top scenic attraction.

Spending four years of life in Boone, it is almost impossible to avoid visiting some of the area's sce- nic attractions and beautiful moun- tain country. One such attraction, Grandfather Mountain, is Carolina's top scenic area and is only minutes from Boone. Grandfather Mountain was named by the Indians.

From afar it looks like the outline of an old man's face peering skyward. With an elevation of feet, it is the high- est peak in the Blue Ridge Mountain Range. It has some of the oldest rock formations in the world, many over one billion years old. A view of nearly one hundred miles can be seen from its top. Grandfather is pri- vately owned by Hugh Morton and offers the public access to some of the most beautiful scenery in Amer- ica.

Grandfather Mountain boasts such favorites as the Mile High Swinging Bridge, which is a swaying suspension connecting two peaks at over a mile in elevation; Mildred the Bear, Grandfather's "mascot", the friendly bear and resident of the an- imal habitat; and Split Rock, a natu- ral geologic wonder.

There is also a U. Weather Bureau Station atop Grand- father. Although there are only a few students who visit Grandfather for the hang gliding, many frequent the hiking trails and, of course, the an- imal habitat Mildred the Bear is the most famous bear in the country - next to Smokey.

If you have yet to visit Grand- father Mountain, you are missing out on what could be considered one of the most famous landmarks of natu- ral wonder in north Carolina. Calvin Jessen went off to hike the Appalachian trail. It took him six months to hike the 2, miles. In his trip from Georgia to Maine he wore out two pairs of boots and slept outdoors in all types of weather, including rain and snow. The blazing of the Appalachian trail began in , just one year af- ter conservationist Benton MacKaye proposed it.

When completed 15 years later, in , it became the world's longest marked trail. Most of the trail is on public land, owned by the National Park Service and main- tained by the Appalachian Trail Con- ference with the help of volunteers and citizens.

Beginning at Springer Mountain, Georgia, ending at Mt. Katahdin, Maine, and connecting 14 states in between, it is over 2, miles long with approximately miles in or near North Carolina. Ac- cording to George Chapline, volun- teer at A. By mid-September, , more thru-hikers had passed Harpers Ferry. Although the average ASU stu- dent does not have the spare six months it would take to hike from Georgia to Maine, many have re- treated to nearby Roan Mountain for a few miles of hiking or a weekend of camping.

Here the slopes are gradual and the views are breathtak- ing. In the fall, Roan Mountain flares up with the colors of thousands of trees. In the spring the mountain turns bright pink with Rhododendron blooms. Walking on the trail, a hiker will find the mountain much as it was before man came along, except for white marks painted on trees a few yards apart, which serve as guides.

There are no conveniences here. The only running water found is in streams. Students at ASU are fortu- nate to be so close to the Appala- chian trail - one of the few things in the mountains left unaffected by commercialism.

Personally, I have never seen a mudsucker nor a homy head, so a trip to Linville Falls may be my best chance, provided I am cautious of all the copperheads that hang out there. Hid- den deep under Humpback Moun- tain, the caverns were first discov- ered by the white man about one hundred years ago. Corton and his guide Dave Franklin found them. I'm sure I'll be tired after this long day of exploring. But, fortunate- ly it is only a short ride down U.

Anyone wanna come? I had to do some pretty fancy interviewing, not to mention collecting those little travel brochures they always have in restaurants.

You've seen them. Maybe if I tell you what I found out, you'll want to go with me. The Linville Community and its surrounding attractions were named after a man who was scalped by In- dians in the Applachian Mountains, nestled in the Pisgah natonal Forest and just off the Blue Ridge Parkway, the town of Linville consists of a col- lection of picturesque English Tudor houses and shops filled with crafts.

After a little shop- ping and maybe a "homestyle" meal in one of the local restaurants, it is only a short drive to the falls. Linville Falls were described to me as "pretty", "muddy", and "a good place to go skinny-dippin' at night. Blowing Rock is not a very large town, but it attracts visi- tors from all over the nation. Tour- sm is its number one industry. For his reason, many ASU students are able to find jobs in Blowing Rock, rtandy Laws, a senior physical edu- :ation major, has worked there for about two and a half years.

An em- ployee of Chetola, he says, "The drive up there isn't bad, except for ;he tourists. It's a good place to Arork, especially if you work outside ike I do. Tijuana Fats serves what is probably the best Mexican food in the area and attracts many ASU stu- dents with a hunger for hot and spicy food. Woodlands also serves hot and spicy food, but it isn't all Mexican. Woodlands serves some of the best barbecue in the state.

Com- bining great barbeque with a friendly atmosphere, Woodlands is definitely a favorite among ASU students. Said sophomore Keith Jones when asked what he likes about Woodlands, "Everything. But, you need to get about a gallon of iced tea if you eat the nachos. The tourist in- dustry is booming in Blowing Rock, and from the looks of things it will continue to play a role in the life of students at ASU. The Blue Ridge Parkway provides tourists and students with an escape route during the beautiful fall foliage, the re-awakening in springtime, and the warm sunny days of sum- mer.

Yet, during winter days of ice and snow, portions of the Parkway are closed to visitors due to inclement weather. A trail underneath, up and behind the viaduct provides hikers and sightseers a marvelous spectacle of the struc- ture and beautiful mountains of the surrounding area.

For ASU students, the Blue Ridge Parkway provides many spots for picnicking, studying, sunbathing, biking, hiking, fishing, and other fa- vorite activities. The Parkway can even be ro- mantic. Especially at night! The festivities began on Thursday night with a spirit yell at the Duck Pond. This was the first chance for the resi- dence halls to show their spirit. Doughton Hall yelled the loudest as it won the contest and got off to a good start in the competition.

Yes, that was the favorite word during Homecom- ing Week ' Anticipation over the upcoming "Outfield" concert had generated as much if not more en- thusiasm than the game itself.

ASU was finally going to have a "big" concert. But, bad luck won out, and for medical reasons, the "Outfield," was forced to cancel. It put a damp- er on the festivities for Black and Gold Rush Each hall attempted to show the judges just how much "gold could be found in these here hills. Mountaineers chased nuggets; and Greeks donned togas for the procession down King Street.

Saturday began for some by giv- ing alumni a tour of campus. Home- coming brought back memories for many alumni that attended the vari- ous programs, went on tours, and even visited their old rooms.

The campus was alive with that Black and Gold spirit. The victory made the home crowd feel satisfied, as winning often does. Of course, some attending the game "felt good" before it even started due to the consumption of large amounts of alcohol.

At halftime, the winner of the prized Chancellor's Cup was an- nounced. It was gen- erally thought that Homecoming '87 was great fun. Each celebrated in his own way, but many followed tradi- tion and danced the night away at H'Appy's to the music of "Chairman of The Board. She performed to a sell-out crowd in H'Appy's and re- portedly "astounded the audience with her excellent performance. Seeing it was "truly a rewarding experi- ence," one ASU student said.

All in all, Homecoming '87 end- ed up being just what homecoming always has been and will be - a chance to show how great it really is to be a Mountaineer. Seems like I should hide from the leaves - falling on my head and breaking my concentration.

It took so much effort to think the thoughts that impressed you. It took so much work to write the words you heard. I became tired of seeing orange and red and saying they were burnished gold and burgundy just so you would smile. Your smile inspired, and your frown almost dissolved my spirit into smoke like the steam that rose from the concrete months ago, after a rain.

I feared 1 would vanish with it in the heat if you disapproved. Mow the leaves are changing again. What you named beauty is falling away and soon the snow will only be cold enough to touch.

Yes, I am just going to have to stay up here I know it's awful. Yes, I love you too! Those phone calls from Mom really take a lot out of me. As usual, I had to use every one of my classic excuses to get out of going home to spend time in the thriving metropolis of Burlington, N. I had even gone so far as to lie to my mother about the "dreadful, poten- tially dangerous weather Boone was facing in full detail!

Here I am sophomore at ASU and she still cannot understand thai staying up another weekend to en- dure the Arctic winds of Boone happens to be one of my favorite things to do. How could I miss the opportunity to construct my version of Frosty himself? Several kinds of "snow figurines'' pop up in front of the residence halls, some so extrav agant that I cannot describe them on paper!

Another popular event that the snowy and icy weather brings is snowball fights! Students frequently take part in the throwing of various shapes and sizes of the "illegal" ac cording to the University regulation projectiles and missiles on their way to Friday classes, and as they return to their residence halls or apart- ments.

Last, but definitely not least on the agenda for typical ASU winter festivities is the sledding that takes place on, and especially on the bot- tom of the famed "Suicide Hill", which is located behind Conrad Sta-I dium. Although the University Food Service provides cheap plastic sleds, many lunch trays become the vic- tims of the campus' many snow-cov-i ered hills!

And the silence droops like the dusted boughs. His presence, feeling like the silence sounds, white blankets the heart and settles heavy. Swaying to the music of many wind voices, she gracefully dances — a sensual beckon for him. The sound of rustling rises and he casts away her burden, tenderly caressing her with his icy fingers. He replaces the red with shimmering translucent jewels, then departs, as the morning sun filters through their intimate embrace.

She sighs quietly as he leaves, gently parting her shapely body. He whispers good-bye quickly, then rushes away, filling the silence with promises and secret intimacies of the night to come. There are many ways that you can enjoy a night on the town, if you'll only get out and do it. Geno's is probably the most popular night club in the area. Geno's is open seven nights a week and offers some of the best in live entertainment.

For your conve- nience, Qeno's runs a shuttle bus that has many stops in town and on campus. With this, drinking and driv- ing is not a problem and the trans- portation is free. If Qeno's just isn't for you, then why not Happy's? Happy's is another popular night spot among the stu- dents at ASU. Happy's is the only on-campus night club in the north Carolina university system. The en- tertainment is provided by a live D.

Also, there is Makoto's. Mako- to's serves some of the best Japa- nese food in the area, but that's not all. Makoto's lounge, Sumo's, pro- vides a friendly atmosphere for re- laxing and enjoying yourself after a hard week of classes and tests. Might clubs are not the only things offered as entertainment in Boone. Many campus groups offer different activities during the week as well as the weekend.

APPS works very hard all year long to make life fun and ex- citing for the students. These are just a few of the many things to do in Boone. If none of these things mentioned appeals to you, then there are seven movies shown at three different theaters. Or you can take a trip to Howards Knob to enjoy a breath-taking view of Boone. Last but not least, if all else fails, there is always a party to be found somewhere! But a good bit of the time, you'll find lots ofASU students elaxing out at different restaurants, nightspots, apartment corn- ilexes, or even working maybe rolling out the pizza dough for iOMiriOS.

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Sixth graders at Liberty Park Middle School began a new project as they launched a weather balloon into a very blue sky on April Throughout the year, students spent time learning about the science behind weather. Aided by visits from meteorologists Bill Murray and Scott Martin, of the Alabama Weather Blog, the kids learned how to read weather modules to predict conditions perfect for a launch. During the launch, students and teachers set up the balloon and filled it with helium.

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People at the street level can rise up to be serious fashion trendsetters. Everyone can find their own style. But they wore high heels, and women did too, and it was literally to kind of raise yourself above others. You could project your social status. You were literally above other people. Next, the exhibit looks at the physical body. Through the photographs and drawings, visitors can visualize how perceptions of the human body have changed over time.

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