Think and Do No Harm
A Web-based tool to help people make better decisions about new technologies, such as genetically engineered plants, nabs a top prize at an international competition. Meet the NC State students behind the innovative project.
Explore NC State’s Hallowed Places
NC State's legacy of innovation and enterprise is reflected across campus in the university's hallowed places. Join us on a tour that explores NC State's past and points the way to its future.
Clearing Up Campus Confusion Over Voting
Since the Talley Student Union won't be used as a polling place next Tuesday, some students say they're not sure where to vote. Here's the answer.
Smashing Pumpkins? Try Composting Instead
Don't leave your jack-o'-lantern out in the cold after Halloween. NC State offers on-campus composting of organic waste.
Soarin’ Over the State Fair
NC State's Aerial Robotics Club gives fairgoers a bird's eye view of the future of flight with ongoing demonstrations of radio-controlled aircraft.
Thanks to the real-world ingenuity of NC State textile and engineering students, there’s a passel of elephants in South Africa who’ll find it impossible to forget which villages they’re supposed to avoid.
Student: Banned Crop Could Benefit N.C.
Hemp produces more fiber per acre than cotton while using less water. Can a student organization restore the banned plant's good name?
Khayrallahs Give $8.1 Million for New Lebanese Diaspora Studies Center
An $8.1 million gift will fund a new center focusing on migrations, particularly the Lebanese diaspora.
This Week in 1889: NC State’s First Class
NC State opened its doors to students 125 years ago this week, welcoming a freshman class of 46. The 'Think and Do' spirit began early as students milked cows before class.
Forum to Discuss Student Fees
Student leaders host a campus forum to review proposed student fees. Students are invited to provide their input.