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Who was Eliza Riddick?
In honor of our continued WWI coverage, it's time to shed light on a tiny mystery of NC State history.
Robert Opie Lindsay, North Carolina's Only Flying Ace
In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of U.S. participation in World War I, Special Collections News continues to examine the war’s impact on its students and alumni.
Rediscovering Agricultural History on the Campus of North Carolina A&T State University
Better Living In North Carolina is a collaborative digitization project between the NCSU Libraries and the Bluford Library at North Carolina A&T State University.
Behind the Scenes of "Better Living"
June is the final month of the “Better Living in North Carolina” LSTA-funded grant project.
Additions to the Libraries’ Online Agromeck Collection
The SCRC recently added issues of the Agromeck, the university’s yearbook, to the Libraries Rare and Unique Digital Collections site.
Ethics in Archives
Archivists are responsible for acting in the best interest of these communities, and their actions must be ethically sound to uphold that trust.
Celebrating the Class of 1967 and the Forever Club
Last week, members of the NC State University graduating class of 1967 joined the Alumni Association’s Forever Club, a community of alumni who graduated from NC State 50 years ago and earlier.
"Better Living" Grows with Influx of Microfilm
Recent additions to “Better Living” include digitized microfilm reports from county and state-wide extension agents.
NC State During World War I
In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of U.S. participation in World War I, Special Collections News continues its examination of the impact that the war had on NC State students, faculty, and campus.
Images from the Archives: A view of ever-changing Hillsborough Street
While Hillsborough Street has been consistent in its importance to North Carolina State University and its neighborhood, it has gone through much change since it was lain in 1792.