Pack Builds a Block for Raleigh
NC State's campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity broke ground on the largest college-affiliated building project in the country, with plans to build 11 town homes off Raleigh's Lake Wheeler Road.
Pack2Pack Connects Those in Need With Household Goods
On Aug. 14, more than 100 students were connected with lightly used furniture and household items through the Pack2Pack program, which was organized by Pack Promise intern Taylor Spoon through a grant from the NC State Sustainability Fund.
Park Scholars Give $2 Million
The Park Scholars, who have organized the wildly popular Krispy Kreme Challenge race since 2004, have committed $2 million to UNC Children's Hospital for the Krispy Kreme Challenge Children's Specialty Clinic at Rex Hospital in Raleigh.
Crowdfunding for A Place At The Table
A Place At The Table, a pay-as-you-can cafe on Hillsborough Street, is looking to raise $100,000 to pay for startup costs. The restaurant, the brainchild of NC State alumna Maggie Kane, hopes to open next summer.
Build-A-Block Info Meetings Set
Interested in helping NC State's Habitat for Humanity chapter with the largest building project ever by a university affiliate? Check out one of these informational meetings next week.
NC State, Habitat Partner to Build-A-Block
NC State and Habitat for Humanity of Wake County announced plans to build 11 townhomes off Lake Wheeler Road, in the largest partnership ever planned between a university and Habitat affiliate.
Help Restock NC State’s Food Pantry
Help fill the shelves at the Feed the Pack food pantry, now located at 127 Carmichael Recreation Center.
Busy as a Bee Garden
College of Veterinary Medicine students just completed a bee apiary and community garden, thanks to a grant from the NC State Sustainability Fund.
Service Efforts Get Presidential Nod
NC State's high-intensity service efforts landed the university on the 2013 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
All Hail the King
On Jan. 21, eleven of the College of Engineering's most talented students sang, danced and unicycled their way across the Stewart Theatre stage in a quest to become 'Mr. Engineer,' all while raising money for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life.