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By: Latham Childress ‘19 communication For science, technology and society major Sean Betts ‘19, being outdoors is not just a pastime, it’s a  passion. His love for the outdoors inspired him to obtain a position as a trip leader for Wellnes (More)
UPDATED - Dec. 10 | 4:45 p.m. Following the University’s adverse weather notification, the Carmichael Complex will operate under our adverse weather hours continuing Monday, December 10 through Tuesday, Dec.11. Hours of Operation for the Car (More)
As part of regularly scheduled maintenance, select areas of the Carmichael Complex will be temporarily offline. Please see below for specific space impacts. Court and Fitness Studio Rescreening Beginning Wednesday, Dec. 12, and continuing until Sun (More)
Finals can be stressful. Let us help! December 10th - December 14th is Finals Survival Week! Student Health, Wellness and Recreation, NC State Dining, Counseling Center, Student Involvement, Student Government and Prevention Services collabor (More)
Adam Sardinha wrote: Hayes-Ramos Swims to Success
By: Cameron Addertion ‘20, communications It’s never too late to conquer your fears. Grace Hayes-Ramos was able to conquer her lifelong fear of swimming by taking lessons with Wellness and Recreation swim instructors. Determined to compete in (More)
By:John Dunning ‘20, business administration This holiday season, the Wolfpack will not only give thanks but give others something to be thankful for. November 27 is #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving fueled by the power of collaboration and (More)
By: Cameron Addertion ‘20 communications Rebecca (Lukasik) Schutt ‘16, Coley Lyon ‘17 and Chloe Shevlin ‘18 all taught group fitness classes for Wellness and Recreation during their time at NC State. They found community and a passion for (More)
Adam Sardinha wrote: Rejuvenating the Gym
NOTE: This feature appears in the Autumn 2018 edition of the NC State Alumni Magazine. It has been reprinted with permission from NC State Alumni Association. By Caroline Barnhill '05 Few buildings on NC State’s campus have seen more generati (More)
The Carmichael Complex has been designated as a host site for the Senior Games on Saturday, November 17. Due to the size and scope of this event, select areas of the complex are scheduled to be offline for informal recreation use. Miller Fields wi (More)
By: Benjamin Denton ‘20, communication When the subject of puzzles is brought up, most people think of ones they may have played with as children, testing their ingenuity and problem solving ability. Many adults will solve puzzles for recreation (More)
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