You Decide: Should We Pay Amazon to Come to North Carolina?
With the final 20 cities picked for Amazon's second headquarters, what will it take to lure the company to it's new home? What's involved in luring a massive company like Amazon to North Carolina?
Sleepover At The Equine Unit: Foal Watch 2018
Every spring, student interns arrive at CALS' Equine Education Unit around 9 p.m. to unfurl their sleeping bags under desks and across chairs for the night shift: providing constant monitoring to ensure a safe and healthy birth for the new foals.
Student Spotlight: For Abel Walker, Sustainability is Key to Living Well
Plant biology student Abel Walker looks outside his comfort zone as he prepares for life beyond his December 2018 graduation.
Temple Grandin Visits NC State
Lines stretched around the lobby and out the door of NC State’s McKimmon Center when autism advocate, best-selling author and agriculture innovator Temple Grandin returned to campus for a book signing and lecture in early April.
Five Fun Facts: NC State’s JC Raulston Arboretum
Dubbed Raleigh’s “hidden gem,” NC State University’s JC Raulston Arboretum is a peaceful place to enjoy thousands of plants from all around the world. Arboretum Director Mark Weathington outlines five reasons to check it out.
Taking Aim at Destructive Weeds
Palmer amaranth is one of the biggest production challenges farmers in the Southeast face. At NC State, scientists and graduate students are making progress toward lessening the weed’s impact in a range of crops. Here, we highlight the work of soon-to-graduate students Nicholas Basinger and Cole Smith.
AgPack Strong: The Conservation Evangelist
A botany and zoology class in NC State's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences gave Dale Threatt-Taylor an understanding of and passion for conservation. Now, she's a national leader in the field.
Economic Perspective: Is There A Future For Credit Cards?
For several decades credit cards encroached on cash as a form of payment. Now many experts say the same is happening to credit cards with new forms of payment. What does the future for credit cards look like?
Dining Diplomats Promote Health and Wellness on Campus
Eating nutritious meals on a college campus is no small feat. Enter Dining Diplomats, an innovative student-led program that educates NC State students on health and wellness.
‘Drill Instructor Without the Yelling:’ Food Science’s Keith Harris
During his time in the Marine Corps Reserves and on active duty during Operation Desert Storm, Keith Harris learned an unlikely lesson: how to teach.