Is Tailgating Toxic?
Last year, NC State researchers monitored air pollution outside Carter-Finley Stadium before, during and after all six home football games. They concluded that the mix of burning charcoal, fumes from generators and idling cars created an unhealthy atmosphere for those sensitive to poor air quality.
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.
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.
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.
Olympic Dreams in Sight
Five NC State students travel to Rio de Janeiro to compete in the 2016 Summer Olympics. Find out what drives these dedicated athletes to go for the gold.
Air Rifle Shooter Wins National Title
NC State air rifle shooter Lucas Kozeniesky, a rising senior in sports management who recently qualified for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games, posted three strong rounds to win the USA Shooting National Championships.
Gridders Get a Grypper
Former NC State football players Jamelle Eugene and DaJuan Morgan sought help from the College of Textiles senior design program to enhance their revolutionary product, Gryppers. They hope soon to see them on the market and on the fingers of athletes in multiple sports.
A Peek Inside Reynolds Renovation
Curious about what's going on behind the green fence around Reynolds Coliseum? Here's an inside peek from GoPack.com.
5 Questions With Jerry Punch
Jerry Punch is a former NC State walk-on quarterback, a magna cum laude graduate with a degree in zoology and a trained emergency room physician, but to racing fans he's the most knowledgeable guy in the ESPN and ABC broadcast booths. Last weekend, he was part of the broadcasting crew for the 100th Indianapolis 500. We asked him five questions about his career in motorsports and broadcasting.