By D'Lyn Ford
This fall, orange barrels, construction barriers and heavy equipment
are delaying traffic on historic Hillsborough Street from the base of
the Belltower to the D.H. Hill Library.
When the dust settles on the $9.2 million city of Raleigh project in
September 2010, project designers hope that traffic on Hillsborough
will still be slower – although more free flowing – and safer for
pedestrians and drivers alike, following the installation of two new
Meet the ArtistSee the award-winning pastels of Richard Wilson and meet the artist on campus. Wilson's "Southern Exposure: Solo Exhibition" is on display through Thursday, Sept. 17, in Witherspoon Hall. You can meet him during a reception from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 8, in the African American Cultural Center Gallery on the second floor. For more about the artist, visit http://www.ncsu.edu/aacc/and choose "art gallery."
Choosing a ChancellorFaculty, staff, students and alumni spelled out the qualities they're looking for in NC State's next leader.
NC State a Best ValueNC State ranks as one of the best values in higher education, according to both the Princeton Review and U.S. News & World Report. Who are we to argue?
Legacy LunchVisit the Legacy Lunch, where some proud NC State grandparents, parents and incoming students kicked off the school year.
Faculty and Staff NotesNC State's award-winning composer orchestrates a key honor. Plus, other news from across campus.
Bulletin BoardLet the games begin! Time to join NC State's bowling league. These and other cool events are listed in the Bulletin Board.
NC State in the NewsSee the NC State research that popped up in the headlines of Popular Science and R & D Magazine this week.