Since the first known case of the coronavirus in North Carolina was confirmed on March 3, just four days before the start of spring break for 15 of the 17 UNC System schools, universities across the state have been in uproar. The break was extended, classes were moved online, and residence a…

Welcome back, Wolfpack, from spring break. We are back to classes that have been swiftly MacGyvered into distance ed classes, but not back to the campus that many of us consider home. I, and I’m sure many of you, left for spring break not even considering that we wouldn’t be coming back to c…

Here at Technician, we understand how important NC State’s Student Government elections are. With the interests and well-being of over 35,000 undergraduate and graduate students at stake, the decision to endorse a candidate is not taken lightly by our editorial board. We sat down and began t…

On March 2, voting opens for spring Student Government (SG) elections. This year, alongside typical elections of student body president, vice president and other officials, NC State students will have the option of voting on a proposed change to the Student Body Constitution. The change will…

Last week, associate professor David Davis made several misogynistic comments in a physics lecture, calling the women in his class “useless.” After a student responded in class, he claimed it was just a joke, saying, “Obviously women are not useless. If they were useless, we wouldn’t exist a…

After four consecutive terms as Raleigh’s mayor, Nancy McFarlane is not seeking reelection, and the result is a six-way free-for-all. Five Democrats and one unaffiliated candidate are vying for McFarlane’s seat, and Technician spoke with all of them nearly a month ago. Now, Technician’s edit…

The first case of HIV/AIDS in the United States was reported on June 5, 1981. Since then, over 690,000 people have died of AIDS-related illnesses in the United States. Many believe the HIV/AIDS Epidemic is behind us, but currently, 1.1 million people in the United States are living with HIV,…

On April 30, the last day of classes at UNC-Charlotte, a shooter opened fire. Within the hour, the entire nation was focused on a university filled with friends, relatives and students similar to us, who all were in danger. The result was two murdered students and four injured.