Philip Rivers left NC State in 2003 as one of the school's all-time great athletes. He returned May 12 as the keynote speaker at the spring 2012 commencement ceremony.
Keeping Language Alive
English professor Walt Wolfram and his students help keep a dialect alive on the Outer Banks.
Students Get Giant Screen Test
Although the James B. Hunt Jr. Library is still under construction on Centennial Campus, it’s already giving students hands-on experience with the gaming industry’s newest technology.
A Night in the Shrine Room
The senior class ring is a college rite. At NC State, class rings are also the only overnight tenants at the legendary Memorial Belltower.
NC State's alumni population grew by more than 5,200 people on Saturday, as the university conferred degrees on spring graduates.
Open to All
Sina Barham is a champion of change. The NC State doctoral student has developed technology that makes maps and other web content acccessible to those with disabilities.
Graduating senior Saul Flores made his mark on NC State -- and the world. His 2010 walk from Ecuador to North Carolina still reverberates, raising awareness of the hardships immigrants endure to seek better lives.
Art2Wear rocks Reynolds
At Art2Wear, 18 textiles and design students used unconventional materials to create unbelievable clothes. From its dorm-room beginnings, the annual fashion show has become an NC State tradition.
Energy Fellows Drive Sustainability Efforts
The federally funded Energy Fellows program is training the energy leaders of tomorrow.
The New Spring Break
Spring break isn't just about partying. This year, NC State students spent their time off learning about textiles in Peru and teaching linguistics in Ocracoke.