It’s been a strange year of isolation and solitude for most of us. Music has been a way to pass our time and give us a little bit of serotonin…
Caryl J. Espinoza Jaen
I am a second year student studying English with a concentration in Rhetoric and Professional Writing. I worked as correspondent and assistant Opinion editor for Volume 100, and now I'm working as the Opinion Editor for Volume 101.
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Following the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, political science professors hosted a seminar to address student questions about the national climate.
Opinion Editor Caryl J. Espinoza Jaen addresses the concerns regarding the spring semester, how the University can do better and what steps we should be taking to keep ourselves safe.
With the fall semester coming to a close, Student Government [SG] continues to meet virtually to discuss legislation for the student body. On …
Whether from mail-in ballots, early voting ballots or plans to head to the voting site on Nov. 3, many NC State students were looking to expre…
As the 2020 election shows record-breaking voter turnout in North Carolina, many NC State students are looking to address systemic issues thro…
With the hectic student life getting in the way of voting for many, Opinion Editor Caryl J. Espinoza Jaen calls for administration to provide students the time to fulfill their civic duty.
Included in the recent renovation of D.H. Hill Jr. Library was the Innovation Studio, a new learning space for students to showcase their work and participate in workshops. The studio opened virtually for the fall semester and is currently offering workshops for students.
NC State-affiliated organizations and student political groups are working to increase voter turnout and engagement in the NC State, Raleigh and Wake County areas. Technician talks with organizations like Pack the Polls and Leadership and Civic Engagement to discuss their plans to do so.
Angela Gay, who has worked in the Office for Insitutional Equity and Diversity and the Women’s Center, accepted the position of director of the African American Cultural Center on Sept. 8 after a long interview process.