AFS 442 will offer new special topics in the fall 2021 semester that will focus on Black protests and Black history through literature, film and more.
On April 30, Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg and second gentleman Doug Emhoff toured NC State’s Centennial Campus and the College of Engineering. The tour was part of Emhoff and Buttigieg’s visit to Raleigh to promote the Biden administration’s American Jobs Plan with Rep. Deborah…
On April 30, NC State outlined changes to mask requirements on campus. These changes follow Gov. Roy Cooper’s recent executive order outlining similar changes in accordance with new recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Assistant News Editor Avery Davis spoke to several students who won cash prizes at the eGames and learned more about the startups and ideas that won them the competition.
Assistant News Editor Avery Davis spoke to several graduating seniors about anxiety amid the COVID-19 pandemic and their opinions on commencement plans.
We speak to Justine Hollingshead to find out what changes NC State has put in place to ensure a safe campus for students, staff, and faculty and to keep positive COVID-19 cases down and the spread of the virus to the minimum.
As NC State students head into the second summer of the pandemic, internship opportunities are still hard to come by even as companies have attempted to adapt to the new normal.
Technician sits down with Talya Ozbelli, a fourth-year studying communications and one of two commencement speakers for NC State’s spring graduation ceremony.