Blacks in Wax Weekend: Rest as Liberation Through Black Stories
Blacks in Wax Weekend asserted this year's Black History Month theme, "Rest as Liberation," through the action of storytelling.
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.
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.
Reflections of “The Politicization and Sexualization of Black Bodies”
Ezinne Ofoegbu reflects on “The Politicization and Sexualization of Black Bodies” exhibit, hosted by the Women’s Center and the African American Cultural Center.
End-of-Year Events Celebrate Diverse Achievements
The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity closes the academic year with old and new traditions. Read the recaps of Equal Opportunity Institute Graduation, Ebony Harlem Awards of Excellence and Lavender Graduation. Attend the Multicultural Graduation Ceremony on Thursday, May 11, 2017.
Never Can Say Goodbye…
On the occasion of Toni Thorpe's retirement from NC State and the African American Cultural Center, Dr. Frances Graham, interim director of the Cultural Center, gives a farewell tribute.
Join Malik Zeigler at Election Night Watch Party!
Malik Zeigler is a junior majoring in political science with an American politics concentration and a minor in history. Malik has been instrumental in planning an Election Night Watch Party event which he hopes will be not only fun but also educational. Find out more about Malik and tomorrow night's program!
Dondre McCaskill, Senior, Speaks on Diversity
Dondre McCaskill is a senior majoring in science, technology and society with a minor in computer programming from Greensboro, North Carolina. Hear what he has to say about NC State's diversity.
"Let Us Come Together!" Harambee Celebration Creates Community
Harambee, Swahili for “Let us come together,” celebrates the new academic year, welcoming incoming students, faculty and staff to the community.
African American Cultural Center Community Book Club Begins Next Week
The NC State University African American Cultural Center (AACC) is celebrating 25 years of serving the campus and community.