Antiracism Scholar to Headline Campus MLK Commemoration
NC State’s 2019 Martin Luther King, Jr. Campus Commemoration will take place in Stewart Theatre on Monday, January 13, 2020.
Black Alumni Society Celebrates 40 Years with Gala
NC State’s Black Alumni Society commemorated 40 years since its founding during Red and White Week.
How-To Series #4: Tips for Inclusive Winter Holiday Celebrations
The Wolfpack includes students from more than 120 countries representing a multitude of backgrounds, cultures and religions.
NC State Hosts First Pride Homecoming
NC State hosted its first Pride Homecoming this fall, welcoming back GLBTQ+ alums.
The Power of Protest: History at NC State
Throughout history, students have assembled to push for equality, an end to war, economic opportunity, political ideology and more.
Building Campus Climates for Thriving, Not Just Surviving
Christy Byrd, assistant professor of teacher education and learning sciences and OIED faculty fellow, presented in November.
Faculty: Cultural Competence Training “Time Well Spent”
Read one faculty member's thoughts on NC State's Foundations of Cultural Competence training.
Faculty, Staff and Students Must Be Aware of Religious Observances
Although so many celebrate Diwali, quite a few people are still unfamiliar and unaware of it.
Film Screening Draws Attention to Dating Violence
Yeardley Love was murdered by her college boyfriend three weeks before graduation. Her family created the One Love Foundation.
Womxn of Color Retreat: A Letter from Resilient Voices
The Womxn of Color Retreat provided a sacred space for expression, vulnerability and an escape for individuals to present themselves holistically.