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Peyton Holmquist ‘17 is student success personified. For four years, she was engaged in a bit of everything NC State has to offer, embracing the student experience in its entirety and leaving a lasting impression on the campus community. She gradua (More)
This spring, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA) hosted its inaugural Endowment and Scholarship Luncheon. The event was the first such opportunity for the division to bring together donors and the talented students who are greatly imp (More)
This spring, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA) hosted its inaugural Endowment and Scholarship Luncheon. The event highlighted the spirit of philanthropy that gives  students the freedom to explore their passions while pursuing an e (More)
Kimberly Paris wrote: Student Giving Day 2017
On Wednesday, March 29 students saw Jenga sets, a Facebook Live feed, trivia, and a pie-throwing station at Stafford Commons and Wolf Plaza as well as a giant thank-you trifold in front of SAS Hall — all for Student Giving Day. This day was me (More)
kimberly paris wrote: Student Giving Day 2017
This day is meant to engage students in giving back to the university while also educating them about where their tuition dollars go and why their choice to give back makes a difference. (More)
justin hammond wrote: Spirit of the Pack
Tree sculptures create a new campus landmark at Wolf Village apartments. (More)
kimberly paris wrote: Bayer Gift Grows a Garden
A group of students in the University Honors Program has gone green in a big way, bringing beauty to NC State’s campus, while also making a long term impact on the environment. (More)
Kimberly Paris wrote: Bayer Gift Grows a Garden
Honors garden lets students design their outdoor corner of campus A group of students in the University Honors Program has gone green in a big way, bringing beauty to NC State’s campus, while also making a long term impact on the environment. [ (More)
On a crisp autumn morning Sam Spilman, ’87 in Electrical Engineering, and a college friend, Mark Smith, got together as (More)
By: Susan Poulos On a crisp autumn morning Sam Spilman, ’87 in Electrical Engineering, and a college friend, Mark Smith, got together as they do regularly, to play golf and catch up on life. They’ve been close friends since meeting at NC State U (More)