Despite the transition to online learning and the closure of most campus facilities, the most recent being Talley Student Union and D.H. Hill Jr. Library, the Counseling Center’s services are still available to students.

Last week, Governor Roy Cooper issued a stay-at-home order, requiring those who aren’t providing or accessing essential services to stay inside and away from others. Exceptions include health care, food and outdoor physical activity, all of which enable people to care for their own well-bein…

All summer courses at NC State will be offered exclusively online, according to a memo sent out to deans, directors and department heads Wednesday morning by Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Warwick Arden. This follows continued response to the coronavirus pandemic this week as NC State…

In the interest of minimizing on-campus activity, NC State has closed D.H. Hill Jr. Library and Talley Student Union as of Monday, March 30, according to an email sent out on March 31 by Emergency Management and Mission Continuity. NC State stores such as Wolfpack Outfitters are also closed.

In an email sent out on Wednesday, March 25, the University Activities Board announced its postponing of the 50th anniversary celebration of Pan-Afrikan Week until spring of 2021 due to COVID-19 concerns. The email also announced that UAB will be suspending all in-person programming for the …

Spring commencement has been postponed as a result of COVID-19-related distancing at NC State, according to an email sent out by Chancellor Randy Woodson. Further details about commencement plans are set to be announced in the next few weeks.

By now, readers on any NC State mailing list will likely be exhausted with information about the coronavirus, but as we approach the first week of distance education, which is likely to take a toll on students’ and professors’ mental health alike, it’s important to talk about why these measu…