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Aug 25, 2010

Guerrilla PR

What does a boxing match have to do with a press release? Absolutely nothing. Maybe that's why University Housing finds it easy to keep students informed and engaged. Check out their new guerrilla marketing campaign promoting a sustainability contest. 

Aug 17, 2010

Legacy on Display

How do you measure the progress of the past five decades? The College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences uses everything from a slide rule to an electric guitar. Warm up your electronic data terminal and take a look. 

Aug 16, 2010

Young Inventors Cause a Stir

Young inventors got an inside look at the industrial design process this summer. Can a hover-craft be far behind? 

Aug 11, 2010

The Kid From Atencingo

On his 4,558-mile journey across Latin America, NC State student Saul Flores is raising funds and bringing hope to children in an impoverished community. Learn how he's changing the world, one step at a time. 

Aug 10, 2010

This Old Hut

Students braved the heat this summer in an enclosure behind Brooks Hall, designing and building stylish and sustainable huts for workers at three Wake County recycling centers. 

Aug 4, 2010

Walk on Past

Ever wonder how Holladay Hall got its name? Take the WolfWalk and you'll learn it had nothing to do with a fun day at the beach. 

Aug 3, 2010

Grassroots Education

Landscape architecture students worked all summer to transform the "squishy nasty" grounds behind Syme Hall into a functioning rain garden. See how they did it. 

Jul 26, 2010

Model Students

High school students in Design Camp show off the results of their week-long immersion in the College of Design: models, prototypes, animations and graphics in disciplines ranging from industrial design to landscape architecture. Meet the next generation of creative professionals. 

Jul 26, 2010

Passing the Test

Who better to design a learning space than students? That was the thinking of Underwriters Laboratories executives, who worked with a quartet of NC State design students to imagine the interiors of the company's new education and training facility in Research Triangle Park. 

Jul 21, 2010

Refuge on the Road

A harrowing bus ride and an emotional meeting with his brother marked the latest leg of Saul Flores' 4558-mile trek across Latin America this summer. Follow his progress and view his remarkable photos from his journey.