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The Daily Tar Heel
Candidates for governor, senator respond to events in Charlotteurged people to be patient with the police department's investigation. Steven
Candidates for governor, senator respond to events in Charlotte
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 9 hours ago
urged people to be patient with the police department's investigation. Steven Greene, a professor of political science at N.C. State University, said statements like these and the protests themselves could mobilize voters concerned about... Read more
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The News & Observer
Student reports sexual assault at NC State bell towerhas reported that she was sexually assaulted near the Memorial Bell Tower. Acc
Student reports sexual assault at NC State bell tower
The News & Observer / Posted yesterday
has reported that she was sexually assaulted near the Memorial Bell Tower. According to a crime alert issued by the N.C. State University Police Department, the incident occurred Saturday evening when the student said an unknown man... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Student reports sexual assault at NC State bell towerhas reported that she was sexually assaulted near the Memorial Bell Tower. Acc
Student reports sexual assault at NC State bell tower
WBTV Charlotte / Posted yesterday
has reported that she was sexually assaulted near the Memorial Bell Tower. According to a crime alert issued by the N.C. State University Police Department, the incident occurred Saturday evening when the student said an unknown man... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Student reports sexual assault at NC State bell towerhas reported that she was sexually assaulted near the Memorial Bell Tower. Acc
Student reports sexual assault at NC State bell tower
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted yesterday
has reported that she was sexually assaulted near the Memorial Bell Tower. According to a crime alert issued by the N.C. State University Police Department, the incident occurred Saturday evening when the student said an unknown man... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Study: Tailgating could have negative health, environmental effectsUNC campus and the country — but not without potential consequences to the envi
Study: Tailgating could have negative health, environmental effects
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted yesterday
UNC campus and the country — but not without potential consequences to the environment and health. According to a study at N.C. State University, tailgating leads to poor air quality, which can have negative health and environmental... Read more
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The News & Observer
Mamie Moore is making a difference at the Boys and Girls Clubhas taken students on several field trips. Through one grant, they were able to
Mamie Moore is making a difference at the Boys and Girls Club
The News & Observer / Posted 2 days ago
has taken students on several field trips. Through one grant, they were able to take a group of girls to Raleigh to visit N.C. State University, where they learned more about STEM topics. They’ve also visited N.C. Central University and Johnston... Read more
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The News & Observer
Windsor cleans up after its third major flood in 17 yearsI didn’t know what to do, but you learn.” Windsor still home Turner Sutton, a
Windsor cleans up after its third major flood in 17 years
The News & Observer / Posted 3 days ago
I didn’t know what to do, but you learn.” Windsor still home Turner Sutton, a retired plant pathologist who worked at N.C. State University, had walked to the center of downtown to check on how high the waters had risen in the storage unit... Read more
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The News & Observer
Developers eye five-story apartment building on Hillsborough Streetretail and apartments that was developed by Blue Sky. That building recently op
Developers eye five-story apartment building on Hillsborough Street
The News & Observer / Posted 4 days ago
retail and apartments that was developed by Blue Sky. That building recently opened in time for the fall semester at N.C. State University and already is fully leased, Saieed said. “It’s a proven model,” he said. The current zoning of the... Read more
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The News & Observer
El Taco Cartel hits the streets of Raleighcity’s first taco-selling contraption. Miller’s early business interests weren
El Taco Cartel hits the streets of Raleigh
The News & Observer / Posted 4 days ago
city’s first taco-selling contraption. Miller’s early business interests weren’t in food service. After graduating from N.C. State University in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in graphic design, he worked as an art director and account executive... Read more
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The News & Observer
Big, stinky corpse flower set to bloom at NCSUA bud from the largest flowering plant species in the world is set to bloom thi
Big, stinky corpse flower set to bloom at NCSU
The News & Observer / Posted 5 days ago
A bud from the largest flowering plant species in the world is set to bloom this weekend in a greenhouse at N.C. State University. The titan arum, or Amorphophallus titanum, is also known for its smell, which mimics the scent of rotting flesh to... Read more
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The News & Observer
ECU and NC State professors make a beautiful findwere of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess. They will be restored. The significance
ECU and NC State professors make a beautiful find
The News & Observer / Posted 6 days ago
were of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess. They will be restored. The significance to North Carolina is that professors from N.C. State University and East Carolina University were leading the team of archaeologists thatmade the find. The schools may... Read more
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The News & Observer
Mess with March Madness? This House Bill 2 stuff done got realdone yet. Now it’s hurting basketball in North Carolina. Just remember. Come N
Mess with March Madness? This House Bill 2 stuff done got real
The News & Observer / Posted 8 days ago
done yet. Now it’s hurting basketball in North Carolina. Just remember. Come November, it’s gonna get real. Peter Watson of Fuquay-Varina is an associate director in the Distance Education and Learning Application Division at N.C. State Univers... Read more
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The News & Observer
Public safety job fair part of quest to hire locallythe city’s first job fair for emergency responders Saturday in a first-floor co
Public safety job fair part of quest to hire locally
The News & Observer / Posted 8 days ago
the city’s first job fair for emergency responders Saturday in a first-floor conference room at the McKimmon Center on the N.C. State University campus. Derrick Haynes, 52, of Clayton, already works with the city’s planning and development... Read more
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The News & Observer
Raleigh officials host public safety job fair in quest to hire locallythe city’s first job fair for emergency responders Saturday in a first-floor co
Raleigh officials host public safety job fair in quest to hire locally
The News & Observer / Posted 9 days ago
the city’s first job fair for emergency responders Saturday in a first-floor conference room at the McKimmon Center on the N.C. State University campus. Derrick Haynes, 52, of Clayton, already works with the city’s planning and development... Read more
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The News & Observer
Baseball league for disabled players celebrates 10 years in Trianglefirst in North Carolina. Wilmington, Charlotte and Franklin County also have ch
Baseball league for disabled players celebrates 10 years in Triangle
The News & Observer / Posted 9 days ago
first in North Carolina. Wilmington, Charlotte and Franklin County also have chapters. Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht and N.C. State University baseball coach Elliott Avent spoke at the event at the field at Adams Elementary School. “The greatest... Read more
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The News & Observer
Folks, it is time to be alarmed about climate changemember of society, please study this problem of climate change, consider the po
Folks, it is time to be alarmed about climate change
The News & Observer / Posted 10 days ago
member of society, please study this problem of climate change, consider the positions of the candidates on the environment and then vote for the good of future generations. Russell Philbrick is a professor of physics at N.C. State U... Read more
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The News & Observer
Wake moves 2 polling placesboard and Board of Commissioners will appear at the Democratic Women of Wake Co
Wake moves 2 polling places
The News & Observer / Posted 10 days ago
board and Board of Commissioners will appear at the Democratic Women of Wake County meeting on Thursday, Sept. 29, at the N.C. State University Club, 4200 Hillsborough St. in Raleigh. The buffet opens at 11:30 a.m., followed by the program at... Read more
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The News & Observer
NC civil rights leader never got his dream but made it to the Smithsonianlead architectural company working on the building for the past nine years is a
NC civil rights leader never got his dream but made it to the Smithsonian
The News & Observer / Posted 10 days ago
lead architectural company working on the building for the past nine years is a Durham-based firm: Freelon Group, led by N.C. State University-educated Phil Freelon. I feel a high level of responsibility – to my family, to my ancestors, to my... Read more
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The News & Observer
Unsung and famous NC black history part of new national museumlead architectural company working on the building for the past nine years is a
Unsung and famous NC black history part of new national museum
The News & Observer / Posted 10 days ago
lead architectural company working on the building for the past nine years is a Durham-based firm: Freelon Group, led by N.C. State University-educated Phil Freelon. I feel a high level of responsibility – to my family, to my ancestors, to my... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Chapel Hill Shooting inspires donations to UNC MSA for a new spacewas planning to begin her dental studies at UNC in the fall, and her sister Raz
Chapel Hill Shooting inspires donations to UNC MSA for a new space
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 11 days ago
was planning to begin her dental studies at UNC in the fall, and her sister Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha was a student at N.C. State University. “After the shooting in February 2015, a lot of different people came and visited us on campus and... Read more
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The News & Observer
Leaders of NC’s ACC schools reveal little about vote to move events over HB2Duke’s athletic director, Kevin White, recently called the legislation “discrim
Leaders of NC’s ACC schools reveal little about vote to move events over HB2
The News & Observer / Posted 11 days ago
Duke’s athletic director, Kevin White, recently called the legislation “discriminatory, troubling and embarrassing.” N.C. State University Chancellor Randy Woodson and UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol Folt declined to reveal how they voted... Read more
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The News & Observer
Lara Trump: Campaign’s ground game strong in NCthe ballot. The Clinton campaign has more than 30 offices in the state. But Tr
Lara Trump: Campaign’s ground game strong in NC
The News & Observer / Posted 11 days ago
the ballot. The Clinton campaign has more than 30 offices in the state. But Trump, a Wilmington native and graduate of N.C. State University, said the campaign isn’t concerned with trying to match the number of offices the Clinton team... Read more
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The News & Observer
Wolfpack brings the noise meter to Reynolds museumoriginal wood control panel used “a couple of lamp extension cords” to make it
Wolfpack brings the noise meter to Reynolds museum
The News & Observer / Posted 11 days ago
original wood control panel used “a couple of lamp extension cords” to make it work. Tim Peeler, a writer/editor in the N.C. State University Relations office, found the noise meter while unearthing artifacts in 2011 in the basement of Reynolds... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Another N Carolina legislator suggests repealleague championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of
Another N Carolina legislator suggests repeal
Lake Placid News / Posted 12 days ago
league championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and N.C. State University said they appreciated the council reaffirming the league's "strong commitment to diversity and... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Another N Carolina legislator suggests repealleague championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of
Another N Carolina legislator suggests repeal
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 12 days ago
league championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and N.C. State University said they appreciated the council reaffirming the league's "strong commitment to diversity and... Read more
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Daily Herald
Without naming ACC, McCrory responds to decisionleague championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of
Without naming ACC, McCrory responds to decision
Daily Herald / Posted 12 days ago
league championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and N.C. State University said they appreciated the council reaffirming the league's "strong commitment to diversity and... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Without naming ACC, McCrory responds to decisionleague championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of
Without naming ACC, McCrory responds to decision
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 12 days ago
league championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and N.C. State University said they appreciated the council reaffirming the league's "strong commitment to diversity and... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Cooper, Democratic leader urge HB 2 repealleague championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of
Cooper, Democratic leader urge HB 2 repeal
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 12 days ago
league championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and N.C. State University said they appreciated the council reaffirming the league's "strong commitment to diversity and... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
ACC Relocating Championships Out of NC Over HB2 Lawand non-discrimination at all of our institutions.” A joint statement from UNC
ACC Relocating Championships Out of NC Over HB2 Law
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 12 days ago
and non-discrimination at all of our institutions.” A joint statement from UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol L. Folt and N.C. State University Chancellor Randy Woodson: "We appreciate the Council of Presidents’ reaffirmation of the ACC’s strong... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Cooper, Democratic leader urge HB 2 repealleague championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of
Cooper, Democratic leader urge HB 2 repeal
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 12 days ago
league championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and N.C. State University said they appreciated the council reaffirming the league's "strong commitment to diversity and... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
Cooper, Democratic leader urge HB 2 repealleague championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of
Cooper, Democratic leader urge HB 2 repeal
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted 12 days ago
league championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and N.C. State University said they appreciated the council reaffirming the league's "strong commitment to diversity and... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
Cooper, Democratic leader urge HB 2 repealleague championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of
Cooper, Democratic leader urge HB 2 repeal
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted 12 days ago
league championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and N.C. State University said they appreciated the council reaffirming the league's "strong commitment to diversity and... Read more
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Live 5 News Charleston
UNC, NC State leaders support ACC responseleague championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of
UNC, NC State leaders support ACC response
Live 5 News Charleston / Posted 12 days ago
league championships from North Carolina. The chancellors of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and N.C. State University said they appreciated the council reaffirming the league's "strong commitment to diversity and... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
What is it with men always wanting – no, needing – to see women smile?as, at worst, harmless flirtation. Natalie Bullock Brown, who teaches a course
What is it with men always wanting – no, needing – to see women smile?
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 13 days ago
as, at worst, harmless flirtation. Natalie Bullock Brown, who teaches a course on Introduction to Women & Gender Studies at N.C. State University, said women generally don’t see it as harmless. “In a male-dominated, sexist society, men tend to see... Read more
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The News & Observer
Armed robbery try reported on NCSU campusA female N.C. State University student told campus police an armed man demanded
Armed robbery try reported on NCSU campus
The News & Observer / Posted 14 days ago
A female N.C. State University student told campus police an armed man demanded her cell phone while she was walking on Governors Scott Courtyard early Tuesday, police said. An alert to the campus community said the incident happened behind Kilgore... Read more
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The News & Observer
U.S. News’ Best College ratings give high marks to NC schoolsremains in the Top 10 nationally, while Wake Forest University (27th) and UNC-C
U.S. News’ Best College ratings give high marks to NC schools
The News & Observer / Posted 14 days ago
remains in the Top 10 nationally, while Wake Forest University (27th) and UNC-Chapel Hill (30th) rank high on the list. N.C. State University is 92nd, while UNC Charlotte is 202nd, East Carolina is 210th and Gardner-Webb and UNC Greensboro tie... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Comedy show for Homecoming to save money for big Jubileea lot of schools get more fun people, for people our age,” Mattoni said. Harwa
Comedy show for Homecoming to save money for big Jubilee
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 14 days ago
a lot of schools get more fun people, for people our age,” Mattoni said. Harwani said schools like Duke University and N.C. State University have much larger student fees, which is why they are able to afford bigger named artists. He said... Read more
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The News & Observer
It’s not my place to tell someone else to smile – Saundersas, at worst, harmless flirtation. Natalie Bullock Brown, who teaches a course
It’s not my place to tell someone else to smile – Saunders
The News & Observer / Posted 14 days ago
as, at worst, harmless flirtation. Natalie Bullock Brown, who teaches a course on Introduction to Women & Gender Studies at N.C. State University, said women generally don’t see it as harmless. “In a male-dominated, sexist society, men tend to see... Read more
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The News & Observer
A taste of tobacco historyit took an estimated 450 hours of human labor per acre to prepare tobacco for m
A taste of tobacco history
The News & Observer / Posted 15 days ago
it took an estimated 450 hours of human labor per acre to prepare tobacco for market, according to a lesson guide from N.C. State University. The harvest ran from late July or early August through September, the hottest part of the year.... Read more
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The News & Observer
Arts news and events in the TriangleYou must mail your stories – no emails – to N.C. State Fiction Writing Contest,
Arts news and events in the Triangle
The News & Observer / Posted 16 days ago
You must mail your stories – no emails – to N.C. State Fiction Writing Contest, Campus Box 8105, English Department, N.C. State University, Raleigh, NC, 27695-8105. You may enter one story in each of the two contest categories: No more than... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Hoggard grad hopes to continue research into cure for dementia at NCSUa consideration in their selection process. Styers graduated from Hoggard High
Hoggard grad hopes to continue research into cure for dementia at NCSU
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 16 days ago
a consideration in their selection process. Styers graduated from Hoggard High School last spring and is now a freshman at N.C. State University in Raleigh. Currently, he is majoring in engineering. He is looking hard at biomedical engineering in... Read more
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The News & Observer
Backpacks to Briefcases helps millennials launch careerscan be scaled up across the state – and eventually across the Southeast and the
Backpacks to Briefcases helps millennials launch careers
The News & Observer / Posted 17 days ago
can be scaled up across the state – and eventually across the Southeast and the nation – to become a true force for millennials and for the world they will soon lead. Tom White is director of economic development partnership at N.C. State Universi... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
The speed bumps for Uber plans have gotten biggerother student body presidents during a White House visit about similar student
The speed bumps for Uber plans have gotten bigger
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 19 days ago
other student body presidents during a White House visit about similar student ride initiatives at their universities. N.C. State University has a similar student ride-sharing program called College Beeper, Opere said. But it is not sanctioned... Read more
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The News & Observer
Great? Let’s make America functional and efficientthem? The future does not look bright now, but maybe at some point Americans wi
Great? Let’s make America functional and efficient
The News & Observer / Posted 19 days ago
them? The future does not look bright now, but maybe at some point Americans will say enough is enough and move toward a functional and efficient society. Alan L. Tharp of Raleigh is a professor emeritus of computer science at N.C. State Univers... Read more
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The Jacksonville Daily News
Farming landscape shifts with changing timesto change, evolve — and shrink. “No nation has ever had so few people actually
Farming landscape shifts with changing times
The Jacksonville Daily News / Posted 19 days ago
to change, evolve — and shrink. “No nation has ever had so few people actually farming,” J. Paul Lilly, a professor at N.C. State University, wrote in a 1990s paper, “Agricultural History of North Carolina,” now published on the N.C. Department... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
UNC and NC State engineer joint degrees for undergradsby the Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering, undergraduate students now h
UNC and NC State engineer joint degrees for undergrads
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 21 days ago
by the Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering, undergraduate students now have the chance to attend classes at both N.C. State University and UNC-Chapel Hill and be considered students at both institutions. The Joint Department of... Read more
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New Bern Sun Journal
Farms in flux: State agricultural continues to evolve, shrinkto change, evolve — and shrink. “No nation has ever had so few people actually
Farms in flux: State agricultural continues to evolve, shrink
New Bern Sun Journal / Posted 21 days ago
to change, evolve — and shrink. “No nation has ever had so few people actually farming,” J. Paul Lilly, a professor at N.C. State University, wrote in a 1990s paper, “Agricultural History of North Carolina,” now published on the N.C. Department... Read more
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Kinston Free Press
A look at North Carolina's agriculture heritageto change, evolve — and shrink. “No nation has ever had so few people actually
A look at North Carolina's agriculture heritage
Kinston Free Press / Posted 22 days ago
to change, evolve — and shrink. “No nation has ever had so few people actually farming,” J. Paul Lilly, a professor at N.C. State University, wrote in a 1990s paper, “Agricultural History of North Carolina,” now published on the N.C. Department... Read more
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The Star
Farms in flux: NC's agricultural landscape changing with the timesto change, evolve — and shrink. “No nation has ever had so few people actually
Farms in flux: NC's agricultural landscape changing with the times
The Star / Posted 23 days ago
to change, evolve — and shrink. “No nation has ever had so few people actually farming,” J. Paul Lilly, a professor at N.C. State University, wrote in a 1990s paper, “Agricultural History of North Carolina,” now published on the N.C. Department... Read more
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The News & Observer
20 years later people in NC still remember the night Hurricane Fran tore up the statesupport pilings be sunk much deeper. Spencer Rogers, coastal construction and
20 years later people in NC still remember the night Hurricane Fran tore up the state
The News & Observer / Posted 24 days ago
support pilings be sunk much deeper. Spencer Rogers, coastal construction and erosion specialist for Sea Grant, the N.C. State University-based research and educational organization, says there had been several major renourishment projects... Read more
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