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.
The university's largest-ever gift benefits the Park Scholarships, one of the country's most prestigious scholarships.
More than 5,200 new alumni celebrated their graduation from NC State on May 11.
The First Freshmen
Seventy-two students made up the first class of the North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts in 1889. Some were just boys and some were men, but they all were a part of the land-grant college experiment that unfolded at NC State 125 years ago.
Running on Full
Each runner in the Krispy Kreme Challenge races for his own reasons. David Spencer, a 2002 alumnus, runs in gratitude for his son's health.
There are nearly 450 buildings on the NC State campus, but only nine hallowed places. Learn about the Wolfpack's most revered sites.
Holt Brothers Bring Cancer Support Program to Campus
As football players, Terrence and Torry Holt made a lasting impact on NC State. Now, their foundation is coming back to campus to help the children of cancer patients cope.
An Education Pioneer
William C. Friday, an NC State alumnus and towering figure in American higher education, has passed away at age 92.
Leaders From the Pack
Few universities can match NC State's record for producing military leaders. From a second-year Navy lieutenant to a retired Army general, meet some of transformational military alumni.
Taking Up Residence: The New Gregg Museum of Art & Design
Phil Freelon ’75 is back on campus. The College of Design graduate is again bringing his vision to NC State as his architectural firm begins to design the new Gregg Museum of Art & Design, slated to open in 2014 in the chancellor’s residence on Hillsborough Street.