As the new coronavirus, COVID-19, caused disruption across the state of North Carolina and the nation this past week, the need for Pack Essentials is greater than ever before.
NC State will offer its first-ever Feed the Pack Pop-Up Food Pantry on Tuesday, March 24, and Friday, March 27 at the Quad Commons (2221 West Dunn Avenue). Hours are noon-6 p.m. on both days.
Here is a list of resources and services to help students, faculty, and staff deal with the effects of COVID-19.
Effective immediately, NC State has closed the Wellness and Recreation Carmichael Complex in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
How are faculty and students preparing to be successful in the new online environment in which we find ourselves? With much work happening behind the scenes on the faculty side, we want to be sure that students are preparing on their side too. Check out these tips for students.
Laura Mooney, a third-year student studying social work and the general manager for the campus radio station WKNC 88.1 FM HD-1/HD-2, was elected to a one-year term on the College Broadcasters, Inc. board of directors.
Yuka Kato, a licensed psychologist for the NC State Counseling Center, was named Counselor of the Year at the annual conference for the American College Counseling Association.
WKNC’s South Asian music program Geet Bazaar has brought the music of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and beyond to the Triangle for more than two decades. Hosts Afroz Taj and John Caldwell recently visited WUNC to speak with Frank Stasio on the program “The State of Things.”
When he first arrived at NC State, Luke Dillard struggled to make friends and find his place on campus. But as he became more involved in student organizations and leadership programs, he established many close friendships—and confidence in himself.
Gracie Hornsby, a senior from Franklin, N.C., has been admitted into the 2020 cohort of Knight-Hennessy Scholars, an international, graduate-level scholarship program at Stanford University.