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Jun 26, 2014 | Campus Life

NC State Soars in Aerial Robotics

A team of students from NC State placed first overall in a competition of unmanned aircraft, capping a year of hard work and creative thinking. 

Jun 19, 2014

Getting the Swing of Analytics

Fans flocking to Pinehurst No. 2 learn to swing like a pro thanks to a team of NC State golf instructors. See how radar technology and computer analysis could improve your golf game. 

Jun 17, 2014

Gateways Smooth Campus Edges

New gateways help mark the boundaries of NC State's 2,000-acre campus. Eventually, the campus could have as many as 18 gateways thanks to a master plan developed by university architects. 

Jun 12, 2014

NC State’s Pinehurst Connections

All eyes are on Pinehurst, where the USGA kicks off the U.S. Open today. Meet the Wolfpack pros behind the scenes at golf's most exciting event. 

Jun 10, 2014 | Campus Life

Return of the Native

When Pinehurst No. 2 hosts two U.S. Opens this summer, the world will see an NC State-led restoration that returns the course its native roots -- and sets a template for a more sustainable North Carolina golf industry. 

Jun 5, 2014

Track Coach Wescott Dies

James B. Wescott, a former physical education instructor and varsity men’s track coach at NC State, died on May 28 in Maine. 

Jun 5, 2014

Humanities Project Re-enacts MLK Speech

Experience Martin Luther King's historic 1960 speech calling for civil rights protesters to fill up the jails in the South. A re-creation of the Durham speech is part of a digital humanities project. 

May 29, 2014

New Visualization Studio Turns Heads

A new high-tech visualization studio in the D.H. Hill Library displays multiple images with a 360-degree view. Find out why it's the perfect place for presenting complex data. 

May 15, 2014

Lonnie Poole Hosts NCAA Regional

NC State's world-class golf course on Centennial Campus takes center stage this weekend as top college players vie to advance to the NCAA Championship. 

May 8, 2014

Research Targets Science Lovers

Science educator Gail Jones says schools can do a better job turning science enthusiasts into science majors. Her research looks at what keeps hobbyists from pursuing STEM careers.