Should N.C. State students, faculty and staff be allowed to bring guns onto campus?
NC State University Recreation hosted a pool battleship competition in the Carmicheal Aquatic Center July 25th. Pool battleship is an intramural sport where the object is to sink all opposing boats until there is only one left floating. Teams consist of three to four participants, where at least two must be in the boat at all times. Various containers, such as recycling bins, were used to dump water into the other teams' canoes.
Activists march in support of voting rights in downtown Winston-Salem on Monday. Thousands were in attendance as a band sang traditional music, some of which were updated to fit the current situation while others recited poetry and called the crowd to action. After the initial speakers came to the stage, the mass in attendance marched past the local courthouse and returned to the stage to hear speeches from several community leaders, most notably Reverend Doctor William Barber.
The Rolling Stones performed at Carter-Finley Stadium Wednesday, July 1st as a part of their ZIP Code tour with The Avett Brothers as the opening act. The concert drew a crowd of more than 40,000 fans, marking the fourth time The Stones have played in Raleigh and their first appearance in the Triangle in nearly a decade. It is estimated that the tour will gross more than $558 million in revenue.
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