It’s that time of the year. Projects are due, exams are coming, and everyone is exhausted from the grueling semester. Once all of this is done, students get to go home for winter break and enjoy their holidays. But not for long as, NC State seems to have a shorter winter break compared to ot…

“Who wants to say grace?” my father said at the Thanksgiving dinner table this weekend, just to be met with my sister’s reply, “Yeah, but who y’all voting for?” We all laughed and the rest of our Thanksgiving meal wasn’t filled with divisive political debate, as it was nearly impossible for …

Nov. 26, 2019 marked the 20th Annual First-Year Engineering Design Day, popularly known as FEDD. While FEDD is an “end-of-semester opportunity for first-year engineering student teams to showcase their design projects,” according to NC State’s engineering website, I can’t help but believe, a…

On Nov. 17, the Outer Banks of North Carolina experienced yet another debilitating storm to the area. Flooding was so bad that there were accounts of residents fishing in neighborhood roads, pelicans swimming in the NC-12 highway, and severe sand erosion that drove traffic to a halt. The hig…

Earlier this month, the North Carolina General Assembly disbanded for the second time in the year, after reconvening to pass new congressional district maps. There was some hope that the legislature would make progress on the ongoing budget stand-off; however, there was no resolution, and on…

With the country switching back from Daylight Saving Time to Standard Time and the days ending significantly earlier than before, it seems as though an epidemic of Seasonal Affective Disorder, commonly known as SAD, has spread throughout NC State campus. 

Two weeks ago, State Superintendent Mark Johnson announced his bid for Lieutenant Governor, meaning he will not be seeking reelection to his current office. In 2020, voters will have the chance to define the course of the state’s public schools for the next four years, as Johnson’s office ov…

We’ve all heard it before, if not said it ourselves. “If only people were willing to talk it out!” I hear this cry every Thanksgiving with my family, on every news station, all over social media, and most recently in a Technician OP-ED called “A problem with student activism in the Divided S…