With several player in COVID-19 protocol, NC State baseball was forced to field a very limited roster against Vanderbilt on Friday, June 25.
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Beginning June 14, face coverings will only be required indoors when in classrooms and labs or if taking part in summer camps on campus. In all other situations, face coverings will no longer be required in indoor spaces for vaccinated individuals.
Vol. 101 Video Editor Rachel Amponsah talks with 100th Session Student Body President Melanie Flowers as they reflect on Flowers’ year in offi…
With the start of the summer vacation comes endless hours of boredom and laziness. While relaxing definitely is one of our main to-do’s, correspondent Amelia Mendes comes up with a long list of activities one can indulge in to make this a very memorable summer without breaking the bank.
There have been a lot of changes in mask mandates around North Carolina and the University the past few days, and staff columnist Caitlyn Mahoney expresses her opinions about the decisions Chancellor Randy Woodson has taken in regards to these updates.
With over two decades of business, Cup A Joe is one of NC State’s most popular study spots. How has the locally-owned coffee shop dealt with the ongoing pandemic?
On April 30, NC State outlined changes to mask requirements on campus. These changes follow Gov. Roy Cooper’s recent executive order outlining…
Guest columnist Eli Newman expresses his concerns about the InterFraternity Council creating rules throughout the pandemic that do not allow smaller, cultural fraternities like Alpha Epsilon Pi to function like other fraternities, despite those chapters having problematic pasts.
With NC State returning to in-person operations in the fall semester, staff columnist Noah Jabusch argues requiring COVID-19 vaccines will encourage more students to get their shots.
Assistant News Editor Avery Davis spoke to several graduating seniors about anxiety amid the COVID-19 pandemic and their opinions on commencement plans.