Wolf Facts I October 8, 2008 by TechnicianJan 01, 2009 “Graham's return nominated as top play Freshman receiver/specialist T.J. Graham's 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in Saturday's loss to Boston College was nominated as one of the top ACC Football plays week six. The return marks the longest kickoff return in school history, edging Darrell Blackman's previous mark of 99 yards against Clemson last season.”
Pack women look to veterans for guidance by TechnicianJan 01, 2009 “The women's swimming and diving team, looking to build upon the success of the Red/White scrimmage meet last weekend, is preparing to start off the 2008-09 regular season this weekend with meets against Miami and UMBC. The team's lineup has been re-shaped in the off season, losing two seniors and gaining a standout group of eight freshmen.”
Pack forfeits win over Boston College by TechnicianJan 01, 2009 “On September 27, in its first-ever ACC game at the NC State Soccer Stadium, the men's soccer team picked up its first ACC win of the season and its first shutout of the season as well. The team later found that the 2-0 win over No. 13 Boston College would go on record as a 0-1 loss to the Eagles and a forfeit loss for the Pack.”
Chocolate, with a side of awareness by TechnicianJan 01, 2009 “The Women's Center brought breast cancer awareness to campus in full force Tuesday. The Talley Student Center Boardroom was covered from floor to ceiling in pink for the Women's Center fifth annual Chocolate Festival. The Chocolate Festival is an event that mixes a love for chocolate with the initiative to spread breast cancer awareness to college women across campus.”
Students reflect on debate by TechnicianOct 07, 2008 “With the public's mounting anxiety over the nation's financial crisis, the presidential debate centered around this topic Tuesday night -- a move some students say was the right choice. Emma Wahab, a junior in history and member of NCSU Students for John McCain, said both candidates seemed to care about this growing economic issues.”
Pack prepared for season opener by TechnicianOct 07, 2008 “The men's swimming and diving team will face its first opponents of the season Saturday, as the Wolfpack hosts UMBC and Miami at 1 p.m at home. UMBC will face the Pack in both swimming and diving, while Miami will compete solely in diving. The team has been hard at work in practices to prepare for the season opener, as well as its first ACC opponent.”
Make Haunted Hike safe for students by TechnicianOct 07, 2008 “With all of the recent news about the city of Chapel Hill looking to scale down the Franklin Street Halloween extravaganza, I think it is time for the city of Raleigh to step up to bat and make Halloween something that the whole town can enjoy. N.C. State has been sitting on Hillsborough Street in some form or fashion for the last 121 years, so it should be pretty obvious by now that the University isn't going anywhere.”
Relax - it's Fall Break by TechnicianOct 07, 2008 “Early October means one thing at N.C. State: Fall Break.
This long-awaited vacation comes at a perfect time, as instructors tend to plan around the break and schedule exams and due dates in the days preceding it. The stress of the weeks before Fall Break is enough - students should take this opportunity to relax and take some time out for themselves.”
Ruiz ready to contribute after injury by TechnicianOct 07, 2008 “The women's soccer game last Thursday at Virginia marked a much anticipated moment for the team. Junior defender Katie Ruiz finally came back from an injury which had sidelined her for the first time in her N.C. State career. Even when she was a freshman, Ruiz made a consistent impact for the Wolfpack.”
Martin, Sutton ready for Carolina Crown by TechnicianOct 07, 2008 “Banned for 14 years in North Carolina for being, as undeclared sophomore Pete Martin called it, "too gladiator-esque," Mixed Martial Arts cage fighting was reinstated last year and will make its grand re-emergence on Saturday night at the RBC Center at 7:30 p.”
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