News Stories By Cathy Dorin-Black

Flag from the casket of Captain George Rom Hardesty, an NC State alumnus who died in WWI.  He was buried in Arlington National Cemetery.

The Bell Tower Names: Alumni Who Gave Their Lives in World War I

In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of U.S. participation in World War I, Special Collections continues its examination of the impact that the war had on the NC State students, faculty, and campus.  The post below focuses on those NC State students and alumni who died in the war... more

Flyers for events sponsored by NCSU's Women's Center

New Collection Guide for Women's Center Records Now Available to Researchers

The NCSU Women's Center has been a vital component of the campus community since its founding in 1991.  The Special Collections Research Center proudly presents a... more

Faculty members at State College (now NC State University) around 1918

Faculty During World War I

In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of U.S. participation in World War I, Special Collections continues its examination of the impact that the war had on NC State students, faculty, and campus.  The post... more

Program from the Farm-Home Week brochure in 1934

North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service Records Now Accessible to Researchers

The Special Collections Research Center proudly announces a new collection guide for the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, Office of the Director Records.  This new guide provides access to previously... more

Native American Symposium brochure.  The Native American Symposium began in 2001 as a means to familiarize Native American freshmen with campus resources.

New Collection Guide for Multicultural Student Affairs Available

The Special Collections Research Center is proud to announce a new collection guide for the archival records of NC State's Office of Multicultural Student... more

Lieutenant James Malcolmson Rumple

In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of U.S. participation in World War I, Special Collections continues its examination of the impact that the war had on NC State students, faculty, and the campus. In this post, we examine the life of James Malcolmson "Malcolm" Rumple of NC... more

Fred Wheeler, left, supervises grinding graphite for the nuclear reactor, 1951

Fred Barnett Wheeler: Alumnus, Soldier, Councilman, Mayor

In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of U.S. participation in World War I, Special Collections continues its examination of the impact that the war had on NC State students, faculty, and campus.  In this post, we examine... more

This illustration from the 1919 Agromeck commemorates the NC State men serving in the War (with blue stars) and those who perished in the War (gold stars).

From Somewhere in France: Letters from Alumni in 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.  This post will look at... more

Robert Opie Lindsay

Robert Opie Lindsay, North Carolina's Only Flying Ace

By Todd Kosmerick

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.  In this post, we remember Robert Opie Lindsay, NC State alumnus and... more

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