Philip Rivers left NC State in 2003 as one of the school's all-time great athletes. He returned May 12 as the keynote speaker at the spring 2012 commencement ceremony.
Keeping Language Alive
English professor Walt Wolfram and his students help keep a dialect alive on the Outer Banks.
A Night in the Shrine Room
The senior class ring is a college rite. At NC State, class rings are also the only overnight tenants at the legendary Memorial Belltower.
NC State's alumni population grew by more than 5,200 people on Saturday, as the university conferred degrees on spring graduates.
Art2Wear rocks Reynolds
At Art2Wear, 18 textiles and design students used unconventional materials to create unbelievable clothes. From its dorm-room beginnings, the annual fashion show has become an NC State tradition.
The New Spring Break
Spring break isn't just about partying. This year, NC State students spent their time off learning about textiles in Peru and teaching linguistics in Ocracoke.
It takes a big party to fittingly celebrate 125 years of tradition and transformation. More than 4,500 people turned out for NC State's birthday celebration April 2 at Reynolds Coliseum.
Tradition and Transformation
NC State is celebrating 125 years of tradition and transformation.
54 Things, But Only One NC State
The "54 Things To Do At NC State" list gives students a new way to learn about and participate in campus traditions.
Exhibit spotlights lost history
"Too Black, Too Fast," an art exhibit on display at the African American Cultural Center, highlights the achievements of African American jockeys in America.