Campus Community Centers Continue Support Virtually
The campus community centers have continued to provide support for students and provide specific times for virtual one-on-one conversations.
Latinx Heritage Month 2020: Sin Limite
The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity invites the campus community to participate in NC State’s 2020 Latinx Heritage Month Celebration.
Supreme Court Upholds DACA
The U.S. Supreme Court has blocked the Trump administration’s plan to dismantle the Obama-era immigration policy known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Campus Community Centers: Response to Racial Violence
Over the next few weeks, the Campus Community Centers will offer resources and opportunities dedicated to community, self-care and ongoing learning. We encourage you to stay connected to our social media pages and newsletters. As always, if you need us, we are here.
APIDA Heritage Month Succeeds Despite Pandemic
Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Heritage Month, nationally recognized in May, celebrates the collective accomplishments, stories and experiences of those from Asian, Pacific Islander and Desi heritage.
Global Diversity Advocates Promote Studying Abroad
The Global Diversity Advocates are a small cohort of students who have studied abroad and now guide their peers who are interested in studying abroad.
“Chinese” Virus is a Racist Take — Here’s Why
The “Chinese" virus remark by Donald Trump in a press conference in March brewed increasing amounts of racism and hate crime in America.
Alum Tyler Allen Reflects on His Time with Multicultural Student Affairs
One of Tyler Allen’s first connections on campus was with Multicultural Student Affairs, where he held a work-study position for four years.
Legends and Luminaries Shine During Black History Month
During a packed celebration of Black History Month, NC State honored some of its “Legends” and “Luminaries.”
Illuminating Black Excellence
Black History Month provides NC State with an opportunity to commemorate the influence, labor and strength of Black people in the development of this campus and our nation.