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Nov 1, 2021  |  Scholars Blog

Back on Campus with a Whole New Feel

Maggie Campbell ’24 reflects on her transition from online to in-person classes and reminds us of the importance of choosing quality experiences over quantity for a better mental health and well-being. 

Oct 23, 2021  |  Scholars Blog

Bittersweet Retrospective

Every time I say that I am a senior, I am in disbelief. Time has gone very fast, I would say speed-of-light kind of fast. It seems like time is the tortoise and I am the hare. 

Oct 4, 2021

Embracing Opportunity | Goodnight Scholars Blog

David Moore '23 is very enthusiastic about going back to in person activities after lockdown and shares the many doors of opportunities that opened with every 'Yes!' he said. 

Mar 2, 2021  |  Scholars Blog

How To Stay Motivated

What keeps you going through school? For a lot of us, it’s the hope of a good-paying job, or the opportunity to do what we are interested in and passionate about professionally. But, those two reasons might not always be […]

Jan 22, 2021  |  Scholars Blog

New Year, New Facility

“New Year, New Me” is something we always hear people say in the beginning of a new year.

Oct 20, 2020  |  Scholars Blog

What They Don’t Tell You About College

People love to give rising first-year students advice about college, but there is one things that everyone fails to mention.

Sep 23, 2020  |  Scholars Blog

A Tale of Two Countries

Memories of my childhood in El Salvador come to mind when I see kids playing in the streets.

Sep 17, 2020  |  Scholars Blog

Coping with Online Classes and Online Life

All classes have gone online here at NC State. This comes with a lot of inconveniences, but also with a lot of advantages.

May 4, 2020  |  News & Features

Spring 2020 Semester-in-Review

This was a semester that no one could have imagined.

Apr 14, 2020  |  Scholars Blog

Silently Speaking Our Passions

Our stories shape us. We all have underlying truths that get created each day from the moment we are born. They take us to where we are now and influence where we’ll be.