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Mar 25, 2015

Learn Japanese Theater the Noh Way

Explore the fascinating world of Noh theater, a classical Japanese art form that dates to the 14th century.  

Mar 25, 2015

Symposium Tackles Tough Topics

Delve into some of the hottest topics at the intersection of science, technology and human values at a symposium honoring the late Rolf Buchdahl. 

Mar 25, 2015

Puppeteers Bring Life and Limbs to Stage

Teatro Hugo & Ines is guaranteed to deliver the most memorable puppet performance of the season, hands down. Check out the duo's delightful dexterity at the Titmus Theatre in April. 

Mar 24, 2015

Sweet: Pack Men’s Hoops Still Going

Make what you will of history, but the NC State men's basketball team will continue its NCAA Championship quest on Friday against Louisville in Syracuse, New York.  

Mar 18, 2015

USDA Chief Wants Calmer Dialogue on Genetic Engineering

The Hunt Library serves as neutral ground in the debate over genetically engineered crops as the university hosts Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and stakeholders from across the industry. 

Mar 17, 2015

Hunt Library Hosts UGPN Conference

Researchers, academics, administrators and staff from the University of Surrey, the University of Sao Paulo and NC State will gather next week at the Hunt Library for a University of Global Partnership Network conference.  

Mar 17, 2015

‘Spare Parts’ Inspiration Visits Campus

Science teacher Fredi Lajvardi is the inaugural guest in the Goodnight Scholars Program speaker series. He will tell his inspirational story that spawned a documentary and a new major motion picture called "Spare Parts" at the Talley Student Union on Wednesday, April 8, at 7:30 p.m.  

Mar 11, 2015

Watauga Medal Honors 2 for Service

NC State awards its highest nonacademic honor to alumni Lynn Eury and Judi Grainger at the annual Founders’ Day ceremony and dinner.  

Mar 11, 2015

Powwow Honors Native American Culture

NC State will host its 25th-annual Powwow on Saturday, March 21, celebrating Native American culture. 

Mar 11, 2015

Jazz Genius Regina Carter Is Back

One of the world's most acclaimed jazz violinists returns to campus this month to perform selections from her folk-inspired album, Southern Comfort.