Summer of the Arab Spring
Two NC State students join a team traveling to Egypt and Tunisia this summer to document the democratic movements that are sweeping the region. But they're traveling as artists, not journalists. Find out why they're going.
Bad Bugs of Summer: Mosquitoes
Summer is more than lemonade and swimming pools. It means bug bites – mosquitoes, ticks, horse flies, you name it. This is the first in a series of posts profiling these bad bugs of summer: what they do, why they […]
On the Move
We're packing up for the three-year Talley Student Center renovation. Here's how to find the bookstore and what to expect as the construction fences go up.
McGraw Honored for Advising
Roxanna McGraw, director of the Office of Advising and Student Services, has been honored with a national award for leadership in advising.
Spontak’s Research Recognized
Dr. Richard J. Spontak, professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering and materials science and engineering, has been honored for seminal research on thermoplastic elastomer systems.
Carbon, Carbon, Everywhere; But Not From the Big Bang
As Star Trek is so fond of reminding us, we’re carbon-based life forms. But the event that jump-started the universe, the Big Bang, didn’t actually produce any carbon, so where the heck did it – and we – come from? […]
NC State To Hold Commencement Ceremony May 14
North Carolina State University will confer nearly 5,000 degrees on graduating students during its spring commencement exercise, beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 14, in the RBC Center in Raleigh. Media coverage is welcome.