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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. 

Feb 19, 2014

Festival Focuses on Digital Humanities

Don't miss the CHAT Festival, a biannual exploration of new media, arts and humanities. This year's free event includes presentations about innovative projects at NC State, Duke and Carolina. 

Feb 6, 2014

Exhibit Highlights Hunt’s Namesake

Learn more about the Hunt Library's politically important namesake, James B. Hunt Jr., a two-time NC State graduate who was elected North Carolina's governor four times. 

Jan 3, 2014

The Best of 2013

Look back at the Pack's 2013 highlights: the opening of the library of the future, a history-making gift, a College World Series berth and much more. 

Nov 13, 2013

Hunt Library Offers Blasts to the Past

No need to update your passport. English professor John Wall leads virtual tours of a 17th century London landmark via the Hunt Library's visualization lab. Don't miss the ride. 

Oct 17, 2013

Hunt Featured on ‘Cool Spaces’

A public television series on innovative architecture just wrapped up a week in the Hunt Library. Find out when the footage airs. 

Jul 29, 2013

More Than a Library

The Hunt Library's immersive spaces bring learning to life for NC State students and faculty. See how it's transporting midshipmen, English students and forensic scientists. 

Apr 15, 2013

The Innovation University

From cutting-edge classroom techniques to advanced partnerships with government and industry, NC State is North Carolina's innovation university. 

Apr 9, 2013

Experience Hunt AV Features

Attend a forum at the new Hunt Library next week that pulls back the curtain on the theory and practice behind the building's remarkable audiovisual features. 

Apr 1, 2013

York Named ‘Mover and Shaker’

Visionary technology leader Maurice York has been named one of the library world's "movers and shakers."