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NC State’s beloved mascots, Mr. and Ms. Wuf, have been a campus staple for as long as students can remember, but how did our lovely mascots come to be together?
Spaces on and off campus are providing opportunities for connection and celebration throughout Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of prayer and fasting which falls from March 22 to April 20 this year.
News Editor, Abigail Ali, breaks down Lana Del Rey’s latest album to unpack Del Rey’s reflection and emotion.
NC State’s campus provides several opportunities to get involved with South Asian dance styles, including Wolf de Nakhre, Navarasa, Junoon and Nazaare.
Assistant News Editor Heidi Reid covers Dreamville’s eclectic lineup, featuring City Girls, Drake and more.
Flourish is a drop-in space created by Prevention Services and the Department of Horticultural Science, centered around therapeutic activities like creating a zen garden and taste-testing unique floral jams and jellies.
The NC Museum of Art’s annual fundraiser Art in Bloom draws attendees from all over Raleigh, including NC State alumni and former designers.
NC State celebrates Earth Month in April with a plethora of events hosted by the Sustainability Office and departmental collaborations, such as the Earth Fair and Celebration of NC State Sustainability.
Students in the Bell Tower Blues Band bring joy and blues with on-campus jam sessions.
The African American Cultural Center’s new gallery celebrates Women’s History Month with diverse embodiments of Black femininity.
Friday’s International Festival celebrated global identities on campus, including uplifting student clubs and international students and promoting study abroad opportunities.
Correspondent Kate Denning reviews Miley Cyrus’s new album “Endless Summer Vacation,” saying the album, while heartfelt, is unlikely to attract new listeners.
University Libraries provide countless resources covering academics, creativity and entertainment. Here are a few of the lesser known ways you can take advantage of your campus libraries.
Correspondent Selina Urieta-Garcia covers Asian languages offered by the NC State’s foreign language department, discussing teaching methods and measured impact for students.
University and student organizations host events to celebrate Asian Pacific Islander South Asian American Month
Asian Pacific Islander South Asian American Month is held from March 15 to April 15, with this year’s theme being “Unity Within Diversity.” The month is chock-full of events, from Viet Night on March 25 to the Chat N’ Chew on March 30.
Correspondent Autumn Walser talks to students about their favorite East Asian, South Asian and Pacific Islander fashion brands practicing ethicality and sustainability.
Student Media’s general interest magazine released its spring issue focusing on arts on campus from theater to architecture.
Prevention Services hosts weekly walks along the Rocky Branch Trail, giving students the opportunity to intentionally spend time in nature, a practice shown to promote relaxation and improve mood.
Black out rage gallons, aka BORGs, are taking tailgates by storm, giving students control over the contents of their drink but perhaps promoting binge drinking in the process.
Umbrella Dry Bar offers an alcohol-free space for socialization and fun to support those who are sober, sober-curious and in recovery.
University Theatre’s QuickSCRIPTS events give students and community members 72 hours to write, direct and rehearse a 10-minute play based on a community-submitted prompt.
Leslie David Baker, who plays Stanley on “The Office,” spoke at University Activity Board’s annual TUFFTalks about his nonlinear path to acting.