Talley Student Union has been a hub for students since its redesign in 2015. What was Talley like prior to its redesign, and how did it end up how we know it today?
Students’ talents sometimes get overlooked in college as everyone focuses on their academics. University Activities Board is putting on its yearly talent show, Wolfpack’s Got Talent, to bring these talents to light.
The Creative Artist Award, given to NC State students in music, dance or theatre, recognizes students who create original works that get to be workshopped or performed the following year. Many students submit their work, but only one truly exceptional piece from each art program wins.
In the time since their creation, Mr. and Ms. Wuf have come to rival Chancellor Randy Woodson and his wife Susan as the leading couple of NC State. However, Mr. and Ms. Wuf weren’t always the beloved couple we know them as. What’s their story, and how did they end up together?
In the age of the internet and COVID-19, many college students have sought out online dating as a way to make a connection. There's plenty of ways to get your profile noticed more, but could it have a negative effect on your mental health?
Technician alumni Bill and Ann Overton met and fell in love during their time at the newspaper. Valentine's Day seems like the perfect time to reflect on all of their Technician memories together. Read on to learn how they met, how they made it work and how it's going.
Akram Khater, director of NC State's Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies, showed his documentary film, "The Romey Lynchings," followed by a Q&A session on Feb. 11. Read on to learn more about the impact that these anti-immigrant murders had on the Arab American community and America's concept of race.
We've all rolled out of bed and turned off our camera to attend a Zoom class. Have you noticed your fashion choices have changed since we all moved online? Fashion and textile design student Kiana Bonollo and Zeits Textiles Extension professor Andre West have insight into why this could be.
Wilson College of Textiles professor Jesse Jur leads the Nano-Extended Textiles (NEXT) research group that is working to create accessible and functional "smart" technology. Whether it monitors the wearer's heart rate or speeds up the wearer's recovery, the NEXT research group is at the cutting edge of development.