Dec 10, 2015
NC State’s Green Football Results
Here's what happened when multiple NC State partners worked together to create the first zero-waste football season at Carter-Finley Stadium.
Nov 19, 2015
Athletics Adds Security Enhancements
Fans attending NC State's final two home football games are advised to arrive early, leave bags at home and plan on additional wait times for stadium entry as athletics announces enhanced security measures.
Oct 27, 2015
Homecoming Is Family Reunion
Five generations of original North Carolina School for Agriculture and Mechanic Arts valedictorian C.B. Williams have attended NC State, including three of his great-great-grandchildren. Two of them, Megan and Katie Owens, are current NC State students.
Oct 1, 2015
Pack Football Hosts Ag(ua) Day
NC State's football team opens ACC play against Louisville on Saturday as CALS sponsors Ag Day for the third consecutive year. Will Hurricane Joaquin dampen the festivities?
Aug 31, 2015
Changes Made for Football Game Day
Athletics has announced a few tweaks to its football game-day experience, including new traffic patterns, a new student gate, a new pedestrian bridge and the opportunity to tour the new Close-KIng Indoor Practice Facility.
Aug 27, 2015
Carter-Finley: Red, White and Green
Wolfpack fans attending home football games at Carter-Finley Stadium this season will have the ability to compost food and paper, in addition to recycling plastic products, thanks to a new pilot program offered by athletics and the Office of Waste Reduction and Recycling.
Jul 1, 2015
Stones Satisfy ‘The Wolfpacks’
Making their fourth appearance at NC State, The Rolling Stones rocked a two-hour show at Carter-Finley Stadium Wednesday night in front of a sold-out crowd.
Jun 29, 2015
Woodsons Recall Tumbling Fordyce
High school sweethearts Randy Woodson and Susan Wynne saw rock-and-roll history when half of the Rolling Stones were arrested in their hometown of Fordyce, Arkansas, back in 1975.
Nov 12, 2014
NC State’s Other Football Team
An NC State football game doesn't begin with kickoff or end when the clock expires. It takes the work of dozens — from groundskeepers to police officers to cooks — to create the game-day experience for 60,000-plus Wolfpack friends. Go behind the scenes with NC State magazine.