NC State announced further updates to its health and safety requirements on Feb. 28, making masks optional in classrooms and teaching labs beginning March 7. No college, department or employee can require mask wearing, according to the University. On Feb. 28, masks became optional in most in…
On Feb. 25, Raleigh Police charged a man with three counts of robbery and possession of a stolen registration plate, according to reports from WRAL and The News & Observer. The man was arrested in New Jersey and is one of at least two suspects in five bank robberies in or near Raleigh, a…
On Feb. 22, NC State outlined updates to its mask requirements and COVID-19 testing protocols. Starting Monday, Feb. 28, masks will be optional in a variety of indoor settings on campus.
NC State’s Steering Committee on Student Food and Housing Insecurity is a group of NC State faculty and staff and local community members who work to combat student food and housing insecurity.
On Feb. 18, University Police reported an NC State student killed at the Food Lion Shopping Center parking lot on Western Boulevard. The shooting occured around 7:35 p.m., according to the notice, adjacent to The Wash House laundromat.
Editor's Note: This article was updated Feb. 18 to clarify the change to the alma mater.
In a press release on Feb. 17, Governor Roy Cooper said schools and local governments should end their mask mandates. He said the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services would soon provide guidelines on how to safely do so.
The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity creates Applied Cultural Identity. It is an interactive self-paced program for learning about cultures’ effects on society.
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