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Stories From Jun 2011

Jun 30, 2011

How Does My Dog Always Know When I’m Coming Home?

When I get home from work my dog is always at the door, waiting for me. Friends of mine report the same phenomenon. Do they spend all day at the door waiting for us? Maybe, […] 

Jun 30, 2011

SBP: June 2 – Cates Avenue Closed

No more Vista, Cates Avenue closed, and The Brick publication. What do you want to see from the 125th anniversary? 

Jun 30, 2011

SBP: May 23 – Goodbye Brickyard Bubble

What's going on around campus this summer? Chandler Thompson, 2011-2012 Student Body President, starts blogging about updates and changes happening at NC State. 

Jun 30, 2011

NC State to Brand SW Raleigh

NC State will work with the city of Raleigh to develop a branding and economic development study for southwest Raleigh. 

Jun 30, 2011

Naismith Foundation Honors Yow

Former women’s head basketball coach Kay Yow was honored in Raleigh on Wednesday with the Naismith Good Sportsmanship Award. 

Jun 29, 2011

No Small Job

The building that housed the NC State bookstore for 50 years was torn down to make way for the renovation of the Talley Student Center. 

Jun 29, 2011

Extension Agents Win Awards

The National Association of County Agricultural Agents presented communications awards to eight professionals with North Carolina Cooperative Extension. 

Jun 29, 2011

Serious Silly Putty

What happens when you drop an 80-pound ball of Silly Putty from the top of a nine-story building? Ask the budding engineers and scientists at NC State’s Materials Camp. 

Jun 29, 2011

Serious Silly Putty

What happens when you drop an 80-pound ball of Silly Putty from the top of a nine-story building? Ask the budding engineers and scientists at NC State’s Materials Camp. 

Jun 29, 2011

Genetic “Conductor” Involved With New Brain Cell Production in Adults

A team of North Carolina State University researchers has discovered more about how a gene connected to the production of new brain cells in adults does its job. Their findings could pave the way to […]