|Vol. 78, IV
State magazine is a benefit of membership in the Alumni Association.
Oh, How It’s Grown!
Centennial Campus, the Alumni Association’s new neighborhood, was a forefunner for university research parks around the world. NC State magazine talks with Associate Vice Chancellor David Winwood ’00 MA about the future of Centennial Campus and how it can stay competitive.
A Warm Bed and an Open Door
When the homeless get sick, the emergency room is often their only option. And without anywhere to rest and recover, they usually return again and again. Roberta Mothershead ’92, ’96 DVM, who gave up her life as a veterinarian to minister to the poor, provides them with a comforting alternative.
Goodbye Greek Court, Hello Greek Village
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NC State fraternities and sororities are celebrating a $38 million plan to remake the much-maligned housing at Greek Court as a means to rebuild their presence on campus—and right their relationship with the university.