Aaron Rodgers' success as a "Jeopardy" host got staff writer Ben Ellis thinking, What NC State student-athlete would make a good "Jeopardy" host?
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The $700,000 upgrade package for Carter-Finley includes designated food truck area and seating renovation in the north end zone.
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.
The ongoing Student Art Sale has provided students with a platform to showcase and sell their art for over 20 years.
The Social Innovation Fellows offers students an opportunity to learn entrepreneurial skills alongside peers and solve real world problems.
Although fewer students are on campus to steal bricks or take part in other time-honored traditions, the Brick app allows students to keep up with campus traditions — and even create their own.
For those staying in the Raleigh area after the end of the semester, staff writer Emily Cooney recommends some of her favorite spots around North Carolina to visit over the summer.
Beyond NC State’s appearance as a leading STEM university, student publications and magazines highlight student involvement in areas ranging from the fine arts to University Libraries.
Arts & Culture Editor Austin Dunlow bids goodbye to readers, with one final request: Cut the writers a bit of slack in the comment section.
Assistant News Editor Avery Davis spoke to several students who won cash prizes at the eGames and learned more about the startups and ideas that won them the competition.