In his blogging swan song, Jeremy Park ’20 hops into a time machine and writes inspirational letters to his 18 and 22-year old self.
Escape The Cycle of Stress
How do you handle college life when your academic coursework ramps up the difficulty? Kevin Hernandez ’19 is learning first-hand that the trick to escaping the stress cycle is often found in other people.
Finding the Right Balance
Catrina Rateb ’18 provides a “cheat sheet” for success for the overwhelmed, overworked, and exhausted college student.
College Is Everything It’s Cracked Up To Be
In his debut senior blog, Stephen Carpenter ’17 cracks wise about the power of laughter in overcoming adversity and sorrow.
Pay It Forward: Deconstructed
The phrase “pay it forward” gets tossed around a lot in the Goodnight Scholars Program. Jeremy Park ’20 breaks down this popular expression in his first-year scholar blog debut.
Overcoming the “Sophomore Slump”
The sophomore slump is real. Very real. Kevin Hernandez ’19 shares how he plans to keep the positive momentum going from his first-year at NC State.
Chemical engineer Catrina Rateb ’18 drops a little veteran wisdom regarding self-discovery in our new Third Year Scholar Blog. “What engineering discipline should I major in?” was probably the first question I asked myself upon my acceptance to NC State and […]
My Summer on Andros Island
When you think of the Bahamas, you think of pristine beaches and tropical cocktails. But for Tyler Eubanks ’17, his visit down to the Bahamas was all about gaining valuable research experience in environmental science. Goodnight Scholars Program: Tell us […]
Can you really have too much fun? This year, Jeffrey has been on a mission to answer that very question. This year has been a blast. I have learned and experienced so much throughout the year. I’ve had countless opportunities through Goodnight […]
Fun Fact: In the 5th grade, Liesl lost a spelling bee because of the word “pollen.” Fun Fact: In the 5th grade, I lost a spelling bee because of the word “pollen.” Picture a little four foot-something, 60 pound Liesl. […]