In response to Sara Luber’s column, correspondent Garrett Gunter argues that students should be disappointed with the public outcry against NC State’s decision to keep Chadwick Seagraves on staff.
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NC State Chancellor Randy Woodson, General Counsel Allison Newhart and Vice Chancellor of Information Technology Marc Hoit discussed the Seagraves investigation and answered questions how faculty could explain the University’s lack of action to students.
Editor’s Note: In order to follow the journalistic ethic of right of reply, we have published Chadwick Seagraves’s submitted response to our e…
Typically, the initial reaction to the news of a university employee facing racist allegations would be shock, anger and, undoubtedly, a littl…
Following a week of protests and other shows of unrest in the NC State community, various members of the Wolfpack give their thoughts on the outcome of the Seagraves investigation.
It's safe to say that many students, staff and faculty found NC State's decision to keep Chadwick Seagraves on staff disappointing. We, the editorial board, are now calling for his resignation.
Students will have the opportunity to write personal letters to Chadwick Seagraves as a part of student government’s freeze out protest on Jan. 19, the first day of spring 2021 classes.