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A display of pinwheels on the lawn in front of Talley Student Union in recognition of Suicide Prevention Month

Oct 13, 2020

Counseling the Pack

The Counseling Center and Prevention Services made a seamless transition to telehealth, and staff and mental health services have been more accessible than ever before during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Juntos students and staff at 2020 Convening

Sep 29, 2020

Juntos offers 20/20 vision to Latinx families’ educational journey

The Juntos program held its first national convening last week, where the theme was empowering Latinx youth and providing Latinx families with 20/20 vision throughout their quite often blurry journey navigating the higher education system in the United States. 

Aug 11, 2020

Student Entrepreneur Brings South Asian Fashions to Rent the Runway

Ritika Shamdasani and her fashion company, Sani, have launched into the national spotlight after being featured on Rent the Runway. 

Students and family sitting on a couch.

Aug 10, 2020

Juntos Connects With Students Through Virtual Academy

A program that usually brings middle school and high school students onto campus saw success online this summer. 

Young man taking notes and working on laptop

Jul 7, 2020

Diversity Training Now Available for Both Faculty and Staff

The DiversityEdu online training module is now open to all NC State staff members at no cost. 

Justine Hollingshead

Jul 4, 2020

My Continued Journey as an Ally

Guest editorial from Justine Hollingshead (she/her), chief of staff and assistant vice chancellor in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs. 

Students waiting in line

Jul 2, 2020

Stand in Solidarity: Interview with Melanie Flowers

We recently interviewed Student Body President Melanie Flowers about her thoughts on being NC State’s first Black woman student body president, the Black Lives Matter movement and recent events. 

Students and faculty in a Group Strength yoga class

Jun 9, 2020

Health and Exercise Studies Department Sprints to Convert to All Online Classes

It was hard enough moving traditional classes online this spring. But Health and Exercise Studies faculty had to get extra creative to continue classes that are typically taught in the water, on a filed, in a gym, or on a bike. 

woman doing crunches

Apr 16, 2020

How — and Why — to Stay Fit When All the Gyms Are Closed

A statewide lockdown is actually the perfect time to start or continue with a home exercise program. An NC State fitness expert tells you how to do it safely and effectively. 

Staff and students use the newly renovated Carmichael gym Complex

Jan 8, 2020

Keep Your Resolution: Get Fit in 2020

Three graduate students who are fitness instructors at NC State’s Wellness and Recreation offer tips on how to fit exercise into a busy schedule — and get paid for it.