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  • ...1991, 5; Tiffany Whitley, “AIDS Task Force Promotes City Awareness,” ''The Appalachian'', 18 February 1992, 5.</ref> ...acey Coffron, “College Students at Highest Risk for AIDS Infection,” ''The Appalachian'', 26 February 1991, 1.</ref>
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  • ...eachers college embedded in a progressive town within a traditional, rural Appalachian county has affected the individual expressions of sexual and gender identit [[Image:yosef.jpg|thumb|Appalachian State University's mascot (Credit: Aaron Sperling)]]
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  • ...history which reports that he experienced “pressure from some areas of the university because he was gay.” <ref>Susan Cole, “1959-1970.” A History of the T [[Appalachian State University LGBT Life, 1969-1978]]
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  • [[Image:asu.jpg|thumb|Appalachian State University (Credit: ASU University Archives)]] Before Chancellor Herb Wey (1969-1979) officially recognized the Appalachian Gay Awareness Association in 1979, lesbian and gay professors and students
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  • ...other schools and lure tourist dollars to the area. <ref>Appalachian State University, 2008 Alumni Directory, vii.</ref> [[Image:thomas.jpg|thumb|Chancellor John Thomas (Credit: ASU University Archives)]]
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  • ...Appalachian Memory Project Records, Special Collections, Appalachian State University.</ref> ...ref> <ref>“Student Government Re-addresses Sexual Orientation Bill,” ''The Appalachian'', 17 September 1993, 1.</ref>
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  • From 1999 to 2009, additional growth to Appalachian State University LGBT community occured, especially within the teaching faculty. New profes [[Image:lgbtcenter.jpg|thumb|Appalachian State University's LGBT Center]]
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  • ...April 1990, 1</ref> <ref>Jon Jimison, “Senate Approves Condom Bill,” ''The Appalachian'', 1 December 1988, 1.</ref> ...ng multiple college friends who are infected or have since died, including Appalachian Gay Awareness Association founder Jeff Isenhour. <ref>Don Barber (pseudonym
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  • ...eachers college embedded in a progressive town within a traditional, rural Appalachian county has affected the individual expressions of sexual and gender identit [[Image:yosef.jpg|thumb|Appalachian State University's mascot (Credit: Aaron Sperling)]]
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  • ...pecial Collections Belk Library and Information Commons, Appalachian State University</ref> ...pecial Collections Belk Library and Information Commons, Appalachian State University</ref>
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  • ...ress, 1981), E-146. </ref> After signing the petition, Plemmons wrote on university stationery to each North Carolina Congressional Delegation member to repeat That he watched his successors at Appalachian officially recognize the Appalachian Gay Awareness Association in 1979 may have played a part in Plemmons’ veh
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  • ...ress, 1981), E-146. </ref> After signing the petition, Plemmons wrote on university stationery to each North Carolina Congressional Delegation member to repeat That he watched his successors at Appalachian officially recognize the Appalachian Gay Awareness Association in 1979 may have played a part in Plemmons’ veh
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  • From 1999 to 2009, additional growth to Appalachian State University LGBT community occured, especially within the teaching faculty. New profes [[Image:lgbtcenter.jpg|thumb|Appalachian State University's LGBT Center]]
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  • ...other schools and lure tourist dollars to the area. <ref>Appalachian State University, 2008 Alumni Directory, vii.</ref> [[Image:thomas.jpg|thumb|Chancellor John Thomas (Credit: ASU University Archives)]]
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  • ...ral and retains many conservative mores, its university, Appalachian State University, acts as a liberalizing factor in the area. ASU, as Watauga County’s main ** [[Appalachian State University's Response to HIV/AIDS]]
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  • ...Appalachian Memory Project Records, Special Collections, Appalachian State University.</ref> ...ref> <ref>“Student Government Re-addresses Sexual Orientation Bill,” ''The Appalachian'', 17 September 1993, 1.</ref>
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  • [[Image:asu.jpg|thumb|Appalachian State University (Credit: ASU University Archives)]] Before Chancellor Herb Wey (1969-1979) officially recognized the Appalachian Gay Awareness Association in 1979, lesbian and gay professors and students
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  • ...pril 1990, 1.</ref> <ref>Jon Jimison, “Senate Approves Condom Bill,” ''The Appalachian'', 1 December 1988, 1.</ref> ...ews about the condom dispensers. <ref>Full-page Letter from Ben Cox, ''The Appalachian'', 26 January 1989, 9.</ref> Looking back, Thomas remembers,
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  • ...1991, 5; Tiffany Whitley, “AIDS Task Force Promotes City Awareness,” ''The Appalachian'', 18 February 1992, 5.</ref> ...acey Coffron, “College Students at Highest Risk for AIDS Infection,” ''The Appalachian'', 26 February 1991, 1.</ref>
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  • ...olina to summer for over 50 years. Some graduated from Appalachian State University (once a teachers’ college) and bought a house in the vicinity in order to women residents and university faculty and staff. There are approximately 50 people attending this group.
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  • Watauga County's LGBT life outside of Appalachian State University was fairly barren until the mid-1990s. Friends met at dinners, parties, and ...Life at Appalachian State University.” Master’s Thesis, Appalachian State University, 2009, p. 156.</ref>
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  • ...history which reports that he experienced “pressure from some areas of the university because he was gay.” <ref>Susan Cole, “1959-1970.” A History of the T [[Appalachian State University LGBT Life, 1969-1978]]
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  • Appalachian State University’s Women’s Studies Timeline,” accessed at http://www.womenstudies.apps Ballard, Mary. Appalachian State University Police Report. Reported 27 January 1998.
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  • *March, 1970: Bisexual Appalachian professor commits suicide *January, 1971: ''The Appalachian'' publishes “Mastering the Draft – Homosexuality and the Draft,” firs
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  • ** [[Appalachian State University's Response to HIV/AIDS]] * [[Appalachian State University LGBT Life]]
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  • ...at there are no longer any federally recognized native tribes based in the state named “Indiana.” At the time of first contact with Europeans, the area ...nd the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811. When Bloomington was founded, and the University of Indiana established, there were still scattered remnants of native peopl
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