HSS 120, also known as Introduction to the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, is a class meant to introduce all new humanities first-years to academic life and community. It sounds like a relatively enjoyable and fun class, but experience says otherwise. Over this semester, I’ve hear…

If there’s one active front in the fight between climate activists and fossil fuel companies, it’s over fuel pipelines. The Keystone XL pipeline, crossing through the middle of the US, was first proposed in 2008 by a Canadian company. Several years of federal permitting processes culminated …

When students go to Talley, they can see the stress of having to handle both in-person and excessive online orders on the workers’ faces. If it appears that the line for Los Lobos is short, trust me, it isn’t; they probably have at least 10 online orders to prepare ahead of you.

A couple weeks ago, East Carolina University Interim Chancellor Dan Gerlach was put on administrative leave pending an investigation after several photos and a video of him interacting with college-aged students surfaced online. From this, there are two possible outcomes: either Gerlach is r…

For some NC State students, Saturday tailgating culture has been one of the aspects of the community that has prevailed from enrollment to graduation. Throughout this time, the iconic Trinity Road, including the Fairgrounds lots and the Carter-Finley stadium parking lots, has stayed consiste…

Centennial Campus is often considered the gem of NC State, especially as State has a reputation for being a predominantly STEM school. Home to 75 university centers, institutes and departments, 76 industry, government and nonprofit partners, three distinct housing locations and the famous Ja…

As college students, we’d love to say that we are freed from the chains of high school. That we don’t have to look back at high school and worry about those messy years. However, as the 2020 elections get closer to the present, an underground battle appears in the state government. The fight…

Last week, local news regarding a political scarecrow at Pullen Park made the front page. After Pullen’s scarecrow festival Sept. 28th, a scarecrow was left standing in the park with a white t-shirt that said “Dump Trump” on it. The Pullen Park staff received a complaint from a local patron …