On Nov. 18, the Native American Cultural Show celebrated indigenous voices, alongside dazzling performances and opportunities for students to connect with peers.
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Lambda Theta Phi, the Latinx fraternity at NC State, and the Study Abroad Office held the sixth annual “I Stand With Immigrants” event to show support for student immigrants.
November is Native American Heritage Month. Check out our list of campus resources and organizations students can take advantage of throughout their time at NC State.
To celebrate the beginning of Native American Heritage Month, Multicultural Student Affairs held a kickoff event in Talley Student Union with more events to come throughout the month.
Chancellor Randy Woodson delivered his annual fall address Monday, Oct. 25 in Talley Student Union and reflected on the past year and shared his plans for the future at NC State with students.
With numerous dining locations on campus closing early, correspondent Elyse Boldizar highlights how it impacts students who often don’t have time to eat until later on in the night.
The Brickyard preachers have frequented NC State’s campus for decades, causing frustration among students and complications among university staff.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the Women’s Center is offering many events, workshops and resources for the NC State community.
On Oct. 7, State Rep. Ricky Hurtado visited Talley Student Union as part of NC State’s Latinx Heritage Month celebrations and discussed navigating college and state government as a Latinx individual.
Parking spots can be confusing, especially for new students and those unfamiliar with campus. Correspondent Caleb Jolley asked students about their favorite spots to park, with his own review of on-campus parking decks.