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Students stand at tables and pack meals into boxes

Jan 25, 2021

A Helping Hand: Wolfpack Fights World Hunger

The student organizers of Leadership and Civic Engagement’s Rise Against Hunger event reflect on their experience and what volunteerism means to them. 

Tatum Kellum ’22 pictured at her local Krispy Kreme in Jacksonville, North Carolina

Jan 25, 2021

A Reason to Run

While the 17th Krispy Kreme Challenge will look different, “it is more important now than ever that we offer UNC Children’s financial support so that they can continue to serve the children and families of North Carolina,” explains race director and Park Scholar Tatum Kellum ’22. 

Jan 21, 2021

WKNC Expands Hip-Hop Programming in Response to 1992 Protest

The student radio station now airs Underground hip-hop for 24 hours every Monday. 

copper wolf statue

Jan 20, 2021

Making Wellness a Priority

NC State’s Wellness Days will be held February 9, March 5, March 24 and April 15. During these days, no classes will be held and faculty are asked to abstain from assigning any deadlines or tests on days immediately following Wellness Days. Due to the addition of these days, there will be no spring break. 

Student Rec Center

Jan 20, 2021

Warming Up to a New Semester

This spring, more than 1,400 new students — first-time, first-year, transfer and graduate students — will step onto NC State’s campus. Finding a home at the state’s largest university may seem intimidating in the middle of an academic year, but Winter Welcome Week provides a great starting point. 

Assistant Teaching Professor Joan Nicholas-Walker teaches her HESD 264 Ballet I class remotely in Fall 2020.

Jan 14, 2021

HES Looks Ahead to the Spring Semester

Faculty in the Department of Health and Exercise Studies used creativity and lessons from the fall to plan spring 2021 classes that deliver the same experience of a semester on campus. 

Draven Sneed competing at the American Cornhole League’s National College Cornhole Championships.

Jan 14, 2021

Army Vet Captures Cornhole Title

Practice makes perfect for business student Draven Sneed, who scores first in the college singles division at the American Cornhole League’s National College Cornhole Championships. 

A graduation cap that reads "My grandparents crossed oceans so I could cross the stage"

Jan 12, 2021

How Being a First-Gen Student Influenced My Advising

Annie Miya, an NC State graduate who now works for the NC State College Advising Corps, writes how her experiences as a first-generation college student inspired her to help others. 

Bragaw Hall

Jan 11, 2021

Bragaw Residence Hall Offline for Spring Semester

Residents will be reassigned to other vacant spaces in campus housing and COVID-19 safety measures for occupancy will be maintained. 

Exterior of Thompson Theatre at night

Jan 5, 2021

University Theatre Earns Outstanding Arts Educator Award

University Theatre and several faculty and staff were recognized in Chatham Life & Style’s Best of the Year 2020 award show.