Contestants eagerly press the buttons on their clickers, fighting to be the first to buzz in to answer a question. It’s the 2016 College Championship of America’s favorite quiz show, “Jeopardy” and competition has reached
Verizon Wireless worked with University Housing to provide Wolf Ridge apartments with a Distributed Antenna System (DAS). The system distributes the signal to all six apartment buildings. Now, residents can use their phones in their apartments without interruption or the threat of dropped calls and missed messages.
Whether it’s pizza box composting, University Dining’s kitchen composting or Athletics composting during home games, NC State takes steps toward a more sustainable campus every day. During fall of 2015, EcoVillage resident Andrew Harrell completed a capstone project about compost tea and its effects on fertilization. Now, another resident in the EcoVillage is furthering his research for her own capstone project.
A crowd of creative and driven students gathered in the Duke Energy Hall of Hunt Library for a weekend filled with researching, designing, prototyping and building new solutions to support campus sustainability in the areas of energy, water and waste.
With a widespread campus of Living and Learning Villages, academic departments and student organizations, it can be difficult to find a common interest in the community. The Crafts Center and University Housing are working together to bring the community together and represent individual interest.
The third floor of Alexander Hall became home to Annalisa Kristoffersen, a recent alumna from NC State and member of Global Village. For all of her college years, Kristoffersen claimed a corner room on the third floor of Alexander — her “hidden gem” — decorated with an abundance of plants and an extra window.
Have you ever wanted to soar through the air on a Nimbus 3000, wind blowing your robes behind you as you search for the golden snitch? Well, now’s your chance.
The first time I saw our apartment, I was cynical. The floors were covered in building materials, and the bathrooms lacked faucets. The ceilings were conspicuously absent, and, strangest of all, the whole thing was
It was fall of 2012. Leaves fell from the trees and scattered around Bagwell, Becton and Berry halls as residents pedaled through the Quad on their bikes.