When she was about 4 years old, Meredith Hemphill sat in her room writing and illustrating her first “book.” Nearly six years later, she decided she wanted to become a writer. She’d always loved telling …read more.
When living on campus, the chances are something in your residence hall or on-campus apartment might break or malfunction. If you’re a resident who experiences this, don’t panic. Whether it’s a broken refrigerator, an air-conditioning …read more.
For the first time, NC State’s Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Village has implemented a Scholar-in-Residence program. The program provides students with an active research member who lives and works in the residential community …read more.
After five years of hard work, Wolf Ridge Apartments received certification for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) at the Silver level in May 2015 for all six buildings. Some of the green features …read more.
In 2014, a new Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Laboratory class was introduced to NC State. The course was designed to emphasize the importance of interdisciplinary work while working toward sustainability goals and …read more.
Now that you’re all moved in and enjoying the year, take a little time to get to know your roommate. Whether you’re best friends by now or still trying to get past that initial awkard …read more.
The landscaping outside of Bragaw Hall has gone “green.” What started as a capstone project for a member of the EcoVillage turned into a successful sustainability movement at NC State. Andrew Harrell, a junior studying …read more.
NC State was abuzz with excitement and anticipation as students checked into their residence halls during Move-In Weekend for incoming and returning students. After moving into their residence halls, students said goodbye to their parents, …read more.
Assistant Director of Conference and Guest Services, Lynne Barbour, was recognized on July 21 by the Alliance for Disability Advocates for her advocacy and determination to create an inclusive environment for all campus guests. Additionally, …read more.