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.
Although Gov. Roy Cooper’s eviction moratorium deadline was extended to June 30, several students are still facing financial hardships surrounding housing insecurity.
Sergeant Christopher Hopkins sat down with the Technician to discuss causes and prevention efforts about a common crime on campus, bike theft.
Many graduate students have felt disenfranchised by the University over the past year, and the NCSU Graduate Workers Union is seeking to advocate for students who have faced financial and/or workplace struggles.
Student employees at the NC State University Libraries are livestreaming library services and other content to highlight resources still available to students despite COVID-19 restrictions on experiential learning spaces.
NC State’s graduate school program has seen an increase in domestic applicants but a decrease in international students, even though the application process has mostly remained unchanged.
Even after weathering a major financial loss due to the pandemic, University Housing has continued to offer students all of the available resources they need.
Charles Maimone, vice chancellor of finance and administration, discusses how COVID-19 has affected student employment on campus and revenue loss.
NC State has begun administering to COVID-19 vaccine at Talley Student Union. Students and staff over 65 years old and those with preexisting medical conditions will be prioritized.