North Carolina State University

Wolfpack end season on a sour note in Nashville

Dec 31st, 2012

N.C. State (7-6, 4-4 ACC), who earned its third-consecutive bowl bid under former head coach Tom O’Brien, fell to the Vanderbilt Commodores (9-4, 6-3 SEC) in the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl at LP Field. Offensive coordinator Dana Bible c…

State avenges loss, holds off Stanford

Dec 19th, 2012

N.C. State defeated Stanford to win its fourth-consecutive game, 88-79, Tuesday night at PNC Arena.

Pack continues winning streak, trumps Spartans

Dec 15th, 2012


Women’s basketball holds back Elon, 88-73, with a comeback

Dec 9th, 2012

The Elon Phoenix came into Reynolds Coliseum presenting an unexpected challenge for the Wolfpack, but N.C. State was able to bounce back from …

Pack holds off Cleveland State

Dec 8th, 2012

N.C. State improved to 6-2 overall on the season with an 80-63 win over the Cleveland State Vikings at a sold-out Reynolds Coliseum Saturday afternoon.

Emotions propel Pack to memorable win in New York

Dec 5th, 2012

It could have been the magnitude of the game. It could have been the aura of the late men’s basketball head coach Jim Valvano. Or, maybe the quote he made famous, “Don’t ever give up,” donning the…

Planting the seeds for sustainable agriculture

Dec 3rd, 2012


Getting to know Mike Mullen

Dec 3rd, 2012


Christmas tree economy: More than just ornaments

Dec 3rd, 2012

Christmas trees may be a whimsical addition to holiday decorations, but the Christmas tree industry is a serious business. Lining the highways of western North Carolina are more than 25,000 acres of Christmas tree farms, full of rows of firs that are r…

Equality in NC: a long way to go

Dec 3rd, 2012

On Saturday, Nov. 17, hundreds of local students, faculty, staff and advocates gathered in Greensboro for the 2012 Equality N.C. conference to discuss issues of minority equality, specifically pertaining to gay rights. The keynote address covered the t…

Activism on the decline

Dec 3rd, 2012

The entire student body united in Thompson Hall Friday night to protest the proposed tuition and fees increase. But you weren’t there, were you?

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