A Matter of Respect
Nearly 100 events take place during Wolfpack Welcome Week, but few carry the weight of Respect The Pack. Participants in the annual event come together to share a message of diversity and inclusivity that organizers hope will resonate with the campus community.
View Highlights From Packapalooza
Check out our social media roundup of Packapalooza 2016. You may even spot yourself among the event’s 75,000 participants.
Walk the Wild Side of Campus
Faculty and staff can volunteer to participate in the Wolfpack Citizen Science Challenge and help discover what kind of mammals prowl the NC State campus at night.
Pack2Pack Connects Those in Need With Household Goods
On Aug. 14, more than 100 students were connected with lightly used furniture and household items through the Pack2Pack program, which was organized by Pack Promise intern Taylor Spoon through a grant from the NC State Sustainability Fund.
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.
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.
Renew Parking Permits
NC State Transportation resumes normal parking enforcement operations on campus. Faculty and staff must have new parking permits to avoid ticketing.
From Competition to Exhibition: Arts in the Olympic Games
Gold medals for music? NC State professor writes about the Olympic history of arts competitions and how they were phased out.
Get Ready for Wolfpack Welcome Week
Accept it: Summer's over. Students are on their way back, and campus will be buzzing with activity again, especially while all the newcomers find their way around. At least there won't be anyone lost in the hallways of Harrelson anymore. Be patient, be kind, be helpful.
Held Captive to Gold
NC State swimmer Ryan Held quickly became one of the top stories of the 2016 Rio Games as part of the United States' gold-medal winning 4x100 freestyle relay team.