NC State offers a variety of LGBTQ+ themed classes as part of creating a more inclusive environment on campus. The classes range from history to literature to film.
Students struggle with longer lines than normal for restaurants in Talley Student Union. Jennifer Gilmore says dining is short-staffed and struggling to acquire certain products.
As the fourth week of classes begins, students are excited to be back on campus, but worry about the future of in-person classes and have some concerns about COVID-19 precautions.
The NC State chapter of the North Carolina Public Interest Research Group organizes a campaign urging the University to move away from single use plastics on campus.
A bus driver shortage on the Wolfline has caused confusion and disarray among students. Students struggle with full buses and the poorly functioning Transloc app.
The Study Abroad Office has sent 100 students abroad this fall, and interest continues to grow for spring 2022. The deadline for the spring 2022 applications and study abroad scholarships is Sept. 15.
Chancellor Woodson comments on vaccination rates, surveillance testing, moving classes online, how being on campus has influenced the number of positive cases and more.
NC State’s Women’s Center celebrates their 30th anniversary with events to last the entire year. Students can learn about the center’s history and topics like interpersonal violence prevention.
Jennifer Gilmore says new changes are coming to NC State dining including new restaurants, healthy options and special measures for students affected by COVID-19.