For the month of October, the NC State GLBT Center is running its GLBT History Month event series in celebration of LGBT History Month. LGBT History Month was established in 1994, when Rodney Wilson, then a teacher at a St. Louis high school, made the decision that he was going to teach his …

On Friday, Oct. 18, Hillel, the Jewish student organization on campus, will be celebrating Sukkot. According to Kobe Friedman, the administration chair for Hillel and a second-year transfer studying history and teacher education, Sukkot is a weeklong Jewish holiday that celebrates the harves…

On Friday, Oct. 18, the Women’s Center will be hosting its 2019 Love Your Body Day summit. This year’s theme is “Revolutionizing All Bodies: Finding Space in Institutions Not Made for You” and intends to focus on discussing how to process situations and institutions that are not intended to …

A legacy is coming to an end. Green Cloak Guy also known as Cape Guy is hanging up his cloak in exchange for a graduation gown to graduate in December. He has been wearing the cloak since he applied to NC State and has left a lasting impression on the campus.

Writing is one of the many keys to unlocking creativity and self-expression. It is a way of understanding and interpreting the world, whether it be fiction or nonfiction writing. This is the message behind the Redbud Writing Project, an adult education writing school within the Triangle. 

So & So Books, founded by Chris Tonelli and Charles Wilkes, opened in 2013 in the storefront of an architecture firm called in situ studio. The two book lovers each work day jobs to keep their business venture alive. Matt Griffith, firm principal at in situ, said the strange partnership …