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Aug 8, 2011

Talley Groundbreaking Photo Gallery

The Talley Student Center Project groundbreaking ceremony took place on the north side of the original building as the chancellor and student leaders spoke about this exciting project that will transform Talley into a vibrant hub for student activities. 

Aug 8, 2011

Legacy Luncheon 2011 Photo Gallery

Incoming NC State University freshmen joined university leaders, current students and family members who preceded them at NC State at the Legacy Luncheon on Saturday, Aug. 13. Sponsored by the NC State Alumni Association, the luncheon featured a pinning ceremony for freshmen and a performance by the NC State Marching Band, the "Power Sound of the South." 

Aug 8, 2011

Campus Crawl Photo Gallery

NC State University students got a sneak peek at the full range of activities available to them on campus during the Campus Crawl on Monday, Aug. 15. At kiosks and information tables stretched across central campus, campus organizations offered information and prizes to students. 

Aug 8, 2011

Chancellor Helps During Move-In Photo Gallery

Need a hand? NC State Chancellor Randy Woodson offered one Saturday morning, Aug. 13, circling campus to help students and their families unpack for the new academic year. 

Aug 7, 2011

Move-In Fall 2011 Photo Gallery

The NC State campus roared back to life with the return of the Wolfpack last weekend. Thousands of students, accompanied by family and friends, moved into residence halls for the fall semester. 

Aug 7, 2011

Convocation Activities at the RBC Center Photo Gallery

Students descend upon the RBC Center to show their spirit and connect with other students. 

Aug 7, 2011

Collaborative Greek Council Disc Golf Photo Gallery

Students, faculty, staff and families participated in the Collaborative Greek Council’s Disk Golf Tournament on Centennial Campus’ scenic nine-hole disc golf course. Teams of four played a “superball” style format as they vied for top honors. Proceeds from the event benefited Stop Hunger Now, a global hunger relief organization.