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Books and Beans: Bestselling Author Stirs Coffee, Conversation
Her debut novel now a bestseller, alumna Etaf Rum is sharing her love of writing at her new coffee shop in Rocky Mount.
Five Tips: How to Interact Well in Neo-Diverse America
Psychologist Rupert Nacoste is a campus leader and a national voice in diversity awareness and understanding. He shares tips on how to interact well in neo-diverse America.
Back in My Day: Alumni Share Highlights Through the Years
NC State student leaders spanning four decades reflect on the most memorable moments of their era, the best places on campus to hang out and where they headed for late-night eats.
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Then and Now: Alumni Share Their Stories
The road leads in myriad ways after graduation. See where it's taken some of our amazing alumni.
Student Documents Green Book Sites Across North Carolina
Through her work with the North Carolina Green Book Project, doctoral student Lisa Withers collects experiences of African American travelers during the Jim Crow era.
Exploring the Ethics of Moral Enhancement
Can a pill make people more moral? Philosophy professor Veljko Dubljevic explores this question and others through his research.
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A Table for All
Operating with a flexible "pay-what-you-can" model, alumna Maggie Kane's A Place at the Table cafe nourishes bodies and souls in downtown Raleigh.
Distinguished Alumnus Shares Stories from His Career in Sports Media
After working as a sports media producer for Fox Sports, DirectTV and AT&T, alumnus John Ward has gained a reputation as an industry “startup guy.” Give him a concept and a budget, and he’ll give you a new studio, a new show, a new channel.
Student Directs Emergency Communications During Hurricane Florence
For student Brandy Osborne, the damaging effects of Hurricane Florence have posed challenges at work and at home.
English Professor Extracts Biological Clues from Ancient Books
In an effort to tell the full history of medieval manuscripts, NC State professor Tim Stinson is teaming up with scientists to collect structural proteins and DNA from old texts.
Political Science Major Makes an Impact at the UN
With support from college donors, student Amith Mandavilli served as one of 15 interns at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations. The prestigious position provided an up close and personal exploration of foreign policy and international relations at the highest level.
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Foreign Languages and Literatures
Creating Global Community
English as a Second Language (ESL) graduates bridge language gaps abroad, across our state and on our campus.
Students Shape Real Solutions to Social Problems
Partnering with nonprofits and other organizations, NC State's Social Innovation Fellows seek real solutions to global challenges.
Alum Takes High-Tech Approach to Investigative Journalism
Alum Tyler Dukes is a public records reporter. That’s his official title, at least. You could also call him a data curator, web developer or open government advocate.
Exploring Hunger and Homelessness at NC State
Far too many NC State students are at risk for homelessness and hunger, as research from psychologist Mary Haskett shows.
Chess Champion Brings His Game to Campus
For Justin Lockett, chess is a lifestyle. See how the NC State junior incorporates lessons from the game into his life on and off campus.
Fall 2017 | View Full Issue
Mind on the Road
Cognitive psychologist Jing Feng works to keep your eyes — and mind — on the road.
Flying High After Study Abroad in Cuba
After returning from his first trip overseas, student Marquan Hamilton says he'll no longer doubt himself: "the sky's the limit."
Guess My Major
See if you can guess what degree these Humanities and Social Sciences alums earned on campus.
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Street Smarts and the Arts
Reaching out to Raleigh’s homeless youth, two creative writing students shared the power of poetry.
Science Behind Bars
Partnering with the local jail, NC State faculty, students and alumni are working together to break the cycle of incarceration.
Technology in the Human Context
What does philosophy have to do with software? Or ophthalmology? Alumnus Tim Prudhomme makes the connection every day.
Talking Black in America
NC State’s Language and Life Project drew on decades of research to produce the first feature-length documentary on African-American speech.