We are all too familiar with the long wait times at restaurants on campus from last semester, but correspondent Debra Mullis urges students to treat workers with kindness as the University as a whole may face staff shortages due to the omicron variant.
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Managing Editor Tristan Tucker speaks to students about their opinions on this semester, being back in person and COVID-19 protocols.
The FDA has officially approved COVID-19 boosters, so staff columnist Caitlyn Mahoney jumps on the opportunity to encourage students to get their booster, especially as many will be travelling during the break.
Even though certain North Carolina counties have removed their mask mandates, correspondent Caroline Wilbourne highlights the importance of keeping masks on, along with other safety measures students should take to protect themselves this holiday season.
The Ladies in Red, NCSU’s all-women a cappella group, celebrated their return to performing on Saturday, Nov 13, with their concert, “Left on …
North Carolina public schools have had a lot of budget cuts recently, so correspondent Debra Mullis highlights the harm these can have on teachers, students and the whole school system, especially in the middle of a pandemic.
As flu season approaches, students are encouraged to get the flu shot to ward off falling ill. According to experts, there is no risk in getting the flu vaccine and COVID-19 vaccine at the same time.
The State Fair is back, but at what cost? Staff Columnist Emily Cooney tackles how NC State students should be heavily precautious of this event.