The racial climate on campus led one senior to work with her peers to orchestrate a town hall meeting. This focused on the topics of inclusion, race relations and conduct accountability at NC State. In
Tomorrow marks “Super Tuesday” in the U.S. Presidential Primary race, with voters in 11 states going to the polls. North Carolina’s primary election day is set for March 15, but politics will take on a more local flavor at NC State this week.
“In 2008, 35.2 million young adults were living at near or below the poverty line of the United States; sixty percent of those were enrolled in post-secondary institutions,” says Kalysha Clark, a featured speaker at
Q: What are some organizations that you’ve been involved in? A: I have served on the executive board for the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), the William C. Friday award committee and Park Scholarship
Wednesday afternoon, NC State University Student Government hosted its ‘Town Hall On Racial Climate’. A panel of students came together to voice concerns and present action items to combat the perpetuation of racially charged incidents,