Prepare for Packed Packapalooza
Saturday's fifth-annual Packapalooza is expected to draw more than 60,000 students, staff, faculty and Raleigh citizens to the rain-or-shine block party and community festival on Hillsborough Street.
Renew Parking Permits
NC State Transportation resumes normal parking enforcement operations on campus. Faculty and staff must have new parking permits to avoid ticketing.
Olympic Dreams in Sight
Five NC State students travel to Rio de Janeiro to compete in the 2016 Summer Olympics. Find out what drives these dedicated athletes to go for the gold.
Watch for Raise in End-of-August Paycheck
The raise and bonus recently approved in the 2016-17 statewide budget will appear in your end-of-August and end-of-October paychecks, respectively.
Students, Alumni Witness Failed Coup in Turkey
A group of NC State students and alumni participating in a service trip to Turkey is caught up in the unrest surrounding a coup attempt. Read a firsthand account.
Enjoy Music, Food and Rides at Dix Festival
Raleigh hosts a community festival Saturday featuring local bands, food trucks and carnival rides at the city’s new Dorothea Dix Park. Bring the family and enjoy "Destination Dix."
Transportation Adds New Spaces, Initiatives
NC State Transportation has added several new options, including a new permit renewal system, a new electrical vehicle charging permit and more pay-by-space options for visitors around campus.
Weekend Closure on Hillsborough
Hillsborough Street will close to one lane just beyond the Pullen Road traffic circle on Saturday and Sunday for utility work.
New Parking Permit Process In Place
All employees must update their personal and vehicle information and renew their parking permits, beginning Monday. Permits paid through payroll deduction are valid for two years. Permits paid in full with a credit card are valid for one year. All permits must now be displayed on the driver's side of the windshield.
Watch Harrelson’s Death Spiral
For those of you who get a morbid thrill out of watching the final days of Harrelson Hall—who doesn't?—pull up the live webcam of the piece-by-piece demolition of the first circular building ever built on a college campus.