Take Home a Bit of Campus
NC State Grounds and Building Services will hold a yard sale on Friday, Nov. 3, of bricks, pavers and firewood recycled from various parts around campus.
Harrelson’s Final Stand
When students come back for the fall semester, Harrelson Hall will be gone.
Harrelson Hall: Reclaimed
Harrelson Hall will round out its service at NC State University by going to the recycling bin. Plans are to use at least 90 percent of reclaimed nonhazardous materials for other purposes.
Bear Found on Campus Was Hit by Vehicle
Contrary to numerous media reports and social media posts, the bear found dead on campus this week was not shot. The pranksters who dumped his body on a bench near the Brickyard have not been identified, according to police.
Visit some of NC State's hallowed places, from the Belltower to the Brickyard.
Chancellor Works on Sundae
Is a giant ice cream sundae sustainable? Not when you serve 2,500 free samples to everyone on the Brickyard. Watch the conspicuous consumption.
The lure of ice cold watermelon, crisp apples and ripe tomatoes attracted a steady stream of customers to the season's first campus farmers market this week. The market - run by students - is open for business every Wednesday in the Brickyard, near D. H. Hill Library.
A “Glide-By” Education
Want to really get to know NC State? Tour our campus via Segway, on the only tour of its kind offered at any N.C.-based university. You'll have the opportunity to explore every nook and cranny of NC State's main campus while a tour guide shares stories and details that would enlighten even the most red-blooded Wolfpack fan.
Campus Farmers Market Grows
The new Campus Farmers Market has become the freshest attraction for lunchtime visitors to the Brickyard.
Growing a Tradition
On any given day, it seems there's something exciting going on at NC State's Brickyard. Earth Day – April 22 – proved to be no different, as the landmark was the site for what student organizers hope will become a weekly series of Farmer's Market events – sales that will bring a variety of North Carolina-grown foods and products to students, faculty and staff members headed through Central Campus.