Has the ol’ “Buy the audio textbook and play it while you sleep” trick failed you? If you’re like me and looking to study the old fashion way, you’ll need to find a place to do that.
Sex is a complex subject. Learn what sexual health means and how your campus provides support.
The Department of Health and Exercise Studies has awarded the Isaac Frank Ormond, III Memorial Scholarship to Crista Bain, a junior majoring in sports management.
The University Honors and Scholars Program conducts a Q&A with Holly Hurlburt, executive director for Academic Enrichment Programs and teacher of the new honors seminar, Sweet!: A Global History of Sugar.
Learn more about the Carmichael Complex’s reopening and reactivation plans.
Capital improvement projects are making progress, and employees will see some changes when they return to work.
Caleb Drum, a 2020 graduate in chemical engineering, is the recipient of the Alex Miller Outstanding University Scholar Award from the University Scholars Program.
The Division of Academic and Student Affairs shares information about Juneteenth, how to support Black students at NC State, and how to be an advocate in the ongoing efforts to achieve racial equality in the United States.
Two Wellness and Recreation student employees share their passion for giving back—and were recognized with a special scholarship for their efforts.
Esmira Poladova spent much of her time at NC State advocating for education and volunteering around the globe. Now she is using that same passion—and her engineering skills—in a new career.
Brian Peters, the associate director for NC State University Advising Partnerships and Services, was featured by the National Academic Advising Association this week for its Member Spotlight series.