Collection Guide for the East Coast Greenways Records Now Available
In January 1969, Frances (Billie) Richardson was named a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemists. AIC has a mission "to advance the chemical sciences by establishing high professional standards of practice and to emphasize the professional, ethical, economic, and social status of its members…
What if it was possible to stop animal cruelty from ever occurring by teaching children to protect animals? This question is the guiding principle of humane education, a field that aims to teach children compassion and respect for living things.
In January 1919 the Reserve Officers' Training Corp (ROTC) was re-established at NC State. The U.S.
[It's been a while since we had a Foodie Friday, so we'll get one in before the end of the year.] Apparently 100 years ago the food chopper was THE appliance that every well-equipped kitchen had. This small, "human-powered," mechanical appliance was similar to a meat grinder, and it had myriad…
Dec. 21 marks the 50th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 8, the NASA manned space flight that first orbited the moon in Dec.
It feels like we're finally digging out from our record-tying single December day snowfall from Sunday and Monday (Dec 9 & 10). The roads are still a little slick in spots, but 50 degree days are ahead. NC winters are fickle.
Ed Leftwich was recruited to the men's basketball team 50 years ago in 1968. The native of Burlington, NJ, became the first African American freshman to receive a basketball scholarship at NC State.
Additions to the James F. Wright Papers (MC 00373) and the Michael Loomis Papers (MC 00407) are now fully processed and reflected in the Special Collections Collection Guides.