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Gen Anthony Cotton in his military uniform and standing with his arms crossed in his office

Oct 14, 2021

Commanding Respect

NC State alumnus Gen. Anthony Cotton recently became the first Black man to lead the U.S. Air Force’s Global Strike Command, which encompasses more than 33,000 service members as well as the branch’s arsenal of intercontinental ballistic missiles and bomber aircrafts. 

Renee Harrington and her students do pushups during class

Oct 12, 2021

High-Intensity Conditioning Class Teaches Students Invaluable Skills

Taught by Lecturer Renee Harrington, HESF 113, or High-Intensity Conditioning, teaches students how to lead healthier lives through proper exercise and wellness techniques. 

An NC State branded bandaid on a student's arm

Oct 12, 2021

Don’t Miss Your Shot to Help Protect the Pack

In addition to the COVID-19 vaccine, NC State Student Health Services are now administering flu vaccinations for students, faculty and staff. 

Oct 11, 2021

DASA Assessment Administers Quantitative Literacy Assessment through Health and Exercise Studies Partnership

This fall, DASA Assessment partnered with faculty in the Department of Health and Exercise Studies to administer a quantitative literacy assessment to first-year students enrolled in their courses. Read on to learn what they found. 

A group of dance students pose and make wolfie signs during the residency weekend

Oct 11, 2021

A Look Back at State Dance Company & Panoramic Dance Project Residency Weekend

Student dancer Delaney Galvin recaps the early fall guest artist residences with both companies of the NC State Dance Program. 

Two people, in shadows, talk at a picnic table on NC State's campus

Oct 11, 2021

Supporting Our Community

Mental Health First Aid training empowers everyone in the NC State community to recognize and address mental health crises. 

The top of a graduate's hat that reads "Our hearts ever hold you, NC State"

Oct 6, 2021

TRIO Continues Talent Search Program, Secures Additional Grant for 500 Pre-College Students

The NC State University TRIO Pre-College Programs have successfully received a $2.2 million federal grant to continue assisting local students from underrepresented and underserved backgrounds to graduate from high school and succeed in higher education and an additional $1.3 million grant to serve students in Wayne County. 

Tara Mullins in front of red seats in Thompson Theatre

Oct 5, 2021

Meet the Arts NC State Directors: Tara Mullins

Arts NC State is pleased to present the “Meet the Arts NC State Directors” series. This spotlight features Tara Mullins, director of the Dance Program. Read on to discover what recent societal issues Mullins has been moved to address and express through dance. 

A yoga class in the new Wellness and Recreation Center

Oct 5, 2021

Get to Know NC State Wellness and Recreation

From a wealth of fitness classes, a brand new gym and the return of intramural sports, NC State Wellness and Recreation offers a bit of everything for students, faculty and staff on their wellness journey. 

An ROTC cadet in uniform stands in the spotlight and plays the trumpet in front of a screen that reads "Art of Remembrance"

Sep 14, 2021

Crafts Center Remembers 9/11 Victims with Art of Remembrance Event

On Saturday, Sept. 11, the NC State Crafts Center, along with Arts NC State, the music and dance departments, Military and Veteran Services and others hosted the Art of Remembrance to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.