Beyond the Textbook: Enriching the AYA Experience
Sachelle Ford, researcher and co-advisor of the AYA Ambassadors in the African American Cultural Center, talks about the student group's expanded scope.
Young Alum Gives the Gift of Life
Back in 2015, while still a student, Harris signed up to be a bone marrow donor. She had learned of the opportunity through a friend, Park Scholar Adrienne Williams, ‘17.
Listening Parties Provide Reflection on Social Issues
The Women’s Center hosted its Welcome Back Wolfpack Listening Party on August 24, 2018. The session focused on KOD, the fifth studio album of artist J. Cole, who is originally from Fayetteville, NC
John Miller Joins African American Cultural Center
A student-centered scholar-practitioner, John Miller IV holds a master's in higher education and bachelor's in psychology with a concentration in arts entrepreneurship, both from NC State. He most recently served as residence coordinator at Duke University.
Twenty Honored at Ebony Harlem’s 25th Anniversary
The African American Cultural Center hosted the 25th anniversary of the Ebony Harlem Awards of Excellence on Sunday, April 29, 2018. Since its inauguration in 1993, the awards program has celebrated Black academic, cultural and social excellence at NC State.
Meet the AACC’s Graduate Interns
The Digest recently interviewed Erin Elliot and Chaniqua Simpson, graduate assistants in the African American Cultural Center. Learn more about them and their work.
You Are Invited… to a Live Museum
Each year, Witherspoon Student Center is transformed into a spectacular series of live characters who portray significant leaders, educators, entertainers and more from African American history and culture. The African American Cultural Center (AACC) and AYA Ambassadors are preparing for the 11th annual Blacks In Wax Live Museum...
Jordan Anderson, VP of the AYA Ambassadors
Jordan Anderson is a junior majoring in environmental technology and management from Durham, NC. Find out more about Jordan in our interview with him!
Danielle Marble, Fashion and Textile Management
The Digest recently interviewed Danielle Marble, a rising junior In Fashion and Textile Management with a concentration in Fashion Development and Product Management from Shelby, NC. Danielle has been active in many NC State organizations.
Celebrations Honor Student, Faculty and Staff Achievements of 2015-16
The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity held its culminating events of the academic year last week, including the AYA Graduation on April 26, 2016, the annual Ebony Harlem Awards program on May 1, 2016 and the annual Chancellor's Creating Community Awards program on May 4, 2016. Congratulations to all the honorees!