Symone Sanders to Speak at MLK Commemoration
Join us as we welcome strategist, communicator and commentator Symone Sanders as this year’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Campus Commemoration speaker.
Regional Diversity and Inclusive Excellence Workshop on January 17
<hr style=”width:1080px;color:#f2f2f2″> Diversity Abroad will offer a Regional Diversity & Inclusive Excellence Workshop in Raleigh, NC — hosted by NC State University — on Thursday, January 17, 2019 from 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. Based on core categories of the Access, […]
WKNC DJ Interest Meeting: January 9
<hr style=”width:1080px;color:#f2f2f2″> Have you ever wanted to be a DJ or part of WKNC, NC State’s student-run radio station? Well, now is your opportunity. Come out to Witherspoon Student Center, Room 201 on Wednesday, January 9, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. […]
Participants Needed for Menstrual Health Survey
<hr style=”width:1080px;color:#f2f2f2″> A research study in menstrual hygiene in higher education seeks participants. NC State will be a case study about accessibility to menstrual products on campus in this project for a WomenNC fellowship, a nonprofit that advocates and researches […]
Meet Tonya Hines of the African American Cultural Center
Tonya Hines has served as the administrative assistant in the African American Cultural Center since September 26, 2018.
What’s with all the Scooters?
You've seen them zipping down streets, sidewalks, ramps and alleyways. You've heard their notable chime when somebody hops on. Electric scooters have taken U.S. cities by storm.
Teams Trained on Overlooked Forms of Domestic and Dating Violence
It seems that each time a mass shooting occurs in this country — whether it is Orlando, San Bernadino, Fort Lauderdale, Parkland or countless others — it is often just a matter of time before a history of violent domestic abuse also comes to light.
First ‘Love Your Body Day Summit’ Achieves Goals
NC State's first Love Your Body Day (LYBD) Summit, hosted on October 31, 2018 by the NC State Women’s Center, achieved three important goals relating to deconstructing supremacist views in how we view bodies.
Meaning, Healing, Support and Trust: Womxn of Color Retreat
With a complete overhaul from the previous year’s retreat, the 2018 Womxn of Color Retreat boasted a new robust 3-day curriculum with the theme of Developing and Embracing a Revolutionary Consciousness: Awareness Building, Reflection and Actualization.
GLBT Center’s Annual Potluck Gives Warmth
The GLBT Center and GLBT Faculty and Staff Network's fifth annual Holiday Potluck provided an opportunity for GLBT students to gather in a place of community, solidarity and care. Nearly 60 students and over 15 faculty and staff attended.