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May 30, 2014

A Sustainable Solution

From Marine to "McGyver-in-residence:" junior Tyson Huffman is putting his real-world experience to work for the women of Rwanda. 

May 29, 2014

Four Receive Mathews Medal

Four NC State seniors received the Alumni Association's highest nonacademic student honor for service to the university community. 

May 29, 2014

Fund Fuels Green Campus Projects

NC State's Sustainability Fund has distributed $30,000 in grants to five cool campus projects, including a pilot program to enhance the campus bike-share program and a new solar-powered trash compactor. 

May 29, 2014

NC State to Boost Study Abroad

The university pledges to increase participation in study abroad programs by 50 percent over the next five years, joining a national effort to enhance global opportunities for all students. 

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 14, 2014

May 2014 Commencement

More than 5,200 NC State students became alumni on Saturday, May 10. See how they celebrated.  

May 14, 2014

Work on Rhetorical Boundaries Honored

A journal article penned by a communication professor and two of his Ph.D. students has been named the best research article on rhetoric, writing studies or discourse studies by the Canadian Association for Studies in Discourse and Writing. 

May 14, 2014

Library Banishes Tell-Tale Heat

Perhaps there's poetic justice in the D.H. Hill Library's newest sustainability project. Thanks to a special window coating, they'll nevermore have to worry about sun damage and big utility bills in the summer. 

May 9, 2014 | Campus Life


The 2014 graduates left NC State with more than 5,200 degrees -- and career-ready skills that put them on the road to prosperity.