A Den for the Pack
The opening of Carter-Finley Stadium 50 years ago was a dream come true for Wolfpack football.
Fall Break Road Work Will Close Dan Allen
Road work will close access to Dan Allen Drive at Hillsborough Street throughout fall break. Transportation will also have modified enforcement on campus and Wolfline service will be altered through the weekend.
African-American Cultural Center Celebrates 25th Anniversary
NC State’s African American Cultural Center recalls the past and plans new initiatives as it marks a quarter century on campus.
NC State, Lulu Extend Partnership for eGames
Independent publishing company Lulu recently announced a five-year extension of its partnership with NC State's Entrepreneurship Initiative to host the eGames, a campus-wide startup competition that awards more than $60,000 in prizes annually.
FBI Agents to Discuss Cyber Security Oct. 25
The FBI Cybersquad offers tips for protecting your data from online threats. Meet special agents John Maser and Scott Bennett in Stewart Theatre Oct. 25.
First Lady on Campus Oct. 4 for Campaign Event
First Lady Michelle Obama headlines a campaign event for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Reynolds Coliseum Tuesday. Learn more about the event and how it affects parking and traffic on campus.
Howl Back with Alumni Association
Join Chancellor Randy Woodson and Mr. and Ms. Wuf on Wednesday at Howl Back With Your Pack in celebration of the NC State Alumni Association's new branding efforts. The party will be from 6-8 p.m. at the Park Alumni Center.
Join the Staff Women’s Network
Talk about multitasking. The NC State Staff Women’s Network is ramping up its slate of social, service and professional development activities. Find out how to get involved.
Get a Head Start on FAFSA
NC State staff and faculty submitting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for their children should be aware that the filing season begins on Oct. 1 this year. Learn more about how to submit information for federal aid.
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.