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Mar 20, 2014

Let’s Get Fit With Fittle

If you need a boost to embrace healthy habits, grab your smartphone and download a new app that makes it easy and fun to stay motivated. 

Mar 20, 2014

Literary Festival at Hunt Library

It's NC State's turn to host the North Carolina Literary Festival. Meet best-selling authors, including Pulitzer Prize winners Junot Díaz, Richard Ford and Paul Muldoon. The festival runs April 3–6. 

Mar 19, 2014

5 Questions With Richard Ford

Author Richard Ford discusses life, literature and teaching in an exclusive interview with the Bulletin. See Ford and other acclaimed authors at the North Carolina Literary Festival next month. 

Mar 19, 2014

Pack Hits Road for March Madness

For the first time since 2006, the NC State men's and women's basketball teams both secure spots in NCAA tournament play. Watch the action this week as March Madness overtakes the Wolfpack. 

Mar 19, 2014

Joe Klein to Show His Colors

Don't miss a campus lecture by influential political pundit Joe Klein, author of the bestseller, "Primary Colors." Klein delivers the 2014 Harrelson Lecture on Monday. 

Mar 19, 2014

Two Receive Watauga Medal

Two of NC State’s longtime supporters are honored with the Watauga Medal, the university’s highest nonacademic honor. Learn more about Peaches Gunter Blank and Burley Mitchell. 

Mar 13, 2014

Food Is Focus of Common Reading

A book on organic farming, genetics and the future of food is the 2014 common reading selection. 

Mar 13, 2014

Talley Opens New Spaces

You're invited to enjoy some of the new features coming to the Talley Student Union next week as renovation work hits another milestone, the end of phase one. 

Mar 13, 2014

Four Honored at Sisterhood Dinner

Inspirational faculty, staff and students were honored at the Equity for Women Awards last month. Meet the winners and find out how they're supporting women across the university. 

Mar 13, 2014

Review the Latest Policy Changes

Check out the most significant changes to the university's policies, regulations and rules from the past year.