A Carter Family Reunion
More than 100 descendants of textiles pioneers Wilbert J. "Nick" and Harry C. Carter, for whom Carter Stadium was originally named, will attend Saturday's noon game against Notre Dame. Three of the brothers' great-grandchildren are enrolled at NC State.
A Den for the Pack
The opening of Carter-Finley Stadium 50 years ago was a dream come true for Wolfpack football.
Coaches Corner Unveiled
On the same day that Reynolds Coliseum reopened, a student-led initiative to honor four accomplished basketball coaches with full-sized statues was unveiled in the breezeway between Reynolds Coliseum and the Talley Student Union. Everett Case, Norm Sloan, Jim Valvano and Kay Yow will stand guard and welcome students and visitors alike.
Reynolds Reopens in Grand Style
Celebrate the grand reopening of iconic Reynolds Coliseum this weekend and take a quick peek inside.
Pack Builds a Block for Raleigh
NC State's campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity broke ground on the largest college-affiliated building project in the country, with plans to build 11 town homes off Raleigh's Lake Wheeler Road.
How to Avoid Traffic for Football Opener
Here are a few suggestions on how to avoid the inevitable traffic delays for tonight's football season opener against William & Mary. Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. Parking lots at Carter-Finley Stadium open at 2:30 p.m.
Home Moments to Remember
Here are just a few of the memorable moments in Carter-Finley Stadium's 50-year history. Please share a few of your own.
Carter-Finley Still a Modernist Marvel
Charles Kahn, a two-time graduate of NC State and a former professor in the College of Design, is one of the three engineers and architects credited with the design of NC State's Carter-Finley Stadium. Take a new look at it through his eyes as the Wolfpack celebrates the 50th anniversary of the stadium's construction, beginning with Thursday night's opener against William & Mary.
Is Tailgating Toxic?
Last year, NC State researchers monitored air pollution outside Carter-Finley Stadium before, during and after all six home football games. They concluded that the mix of burning charcoal, fumes from generators and idling cars created an unhealthy atmosphere for those sensitive to poor air quality.
University Police Introduce Explosive Detection K9 Units
NC State University Police will use Reed and Ford, its two new person-borne explosive detection dogs, at football games and other events on campus.