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Dear Honors Village Residents, Thank you all for the wonderful community that you have formed in the Honors Village and Quad, and for welcoming us so warmly into it. Marcy, Isaac, and I have enjoyed three amazing years as part of the Scholar in Residence program. The community here is extraordinarily fun and good-natured, and we [...]

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This essay originally appeared in the Technician.

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Ravi Chittilla, Assistant News Editor

Visitors to the Hunt Library will notice there’s a new wolf at N.C. State beginning Friday, but this one might look a little different than Mr. or Mrs. Wuf.

The Timber-Wolf, the finished product of Michelle Phillips and Kevin Young, [...]

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This article originally appeared in the Technician.

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Ravi Chittilla, Assistant News Editor

Chancellor Randy Woodson spoke to about 30 students and faculty members about the future and brand potential of N.C. State on Friday in the lounge of Berry Residence Hall.

The discussion was part of the Research Unplugged lecture series, which [...]

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This story originally appeared on WRAL online.

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RALEIGH, N.C. — Two North Carolina State University students are heading to Ukraine to produce a documentary about the political upheaval there.

Junior Andriy Shymonyak emigrated from Ukraine when he was 5, and he became an American citizen 10 years later.

“I think I harp on [...]

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This article originally appeared in the Technician.

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Gabe DeCaro,Correspondent

Students in the University Honors Program have created a new research journal that will explore the reflective and personal stories behind undergraduate research being conducted at N.C. State.

According to Jamie Yannayon, editor in chief of The Journal of Reflective Inquiry, the journal is [...]

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This blog entry is reposted from an article which originally appeared in the Technician. 

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Estefania Castro-Vasquez, Staff Writer

In its 126 years of educating students, N.C. State has struggled to produce winners of prestigious scholarships despite its consistent high rankings among public institutions.

Though N.C. State has had success in producing Fulbright, [...]

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