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Reynolds Coliseum wine

Nov 21, 2023

NC State Announces Licensed Wine Celebrating Reynolds Coliseum

NC State recently announced a new officially licensed wine as part of the Hallowed Places Collection, which launched in 2021. The third offering in the limited-edition series features Reynolds Coliseum, and a portion of the wine sales will support student scholarships at NC State. 

The Oval on Centennial Campus

Oct 17, 2023

A Tenth Hallowed Place: The Oval

As NC State’s newest Hallowed Place, the Oval earned its designation in 2023 to honor its historical significance to the original design of Centennial Campus. A new endowment will help preserve all ten of NC State’s Hallowed Places. 

Special Pullen Society certificates were presented to each new member during the 2023 induction event.

May 2, 2023

Pullen Society Welcomes 112 New Members in 2023 Induction Ceremony

NC State’s R. Stanhope Pullen Society celebrates Pack members who have made a planned gift supporting the university through their wills, trusts, IRA rollovers and more. This year’s induction event was held in historic Reynolds Coliseum and included a special tie-in with the men’s basketball team’s 1983 NCAA Championship win. 

Work being done on the Plant Sciences Building

Sep 13, 2021

A Refreshed Campus

As more students, staff and faculty returned to NC State’s campus this fall, they got a look at a number of new and transformed facilities, many of which have benefited from philanthropy. 

Mr. and Ms. Wuf

Dec 1, 2020

An Extraordinary Look at NC State’s Extraordinary Places: AR Transforms Red and White Night

NC State’s places live on in the hearts of our students and alumni — even when they’re far from home. As part of this year’s Red and White Night, the university’s annual celebration of philanthropy, augmented reality transported guests to the heart of campus through a team effort between DELTA, University Libraries, University Special Events and University Communications and Marketing. 

The NC State gateway.

Nov 17, 2020

Extraordinary People, Extraordinary Places

Brick by brick, past generations built the NC State you know today. With your support, we’re raising cutting-edge facilities on that foundation. 

College of Engineering aerial view

Nov 17, 2020

Red and White Night 2020 a Smashing Success

The annual gathering couldn’t be held in person this year, but that didn’t keep Pack supporters from gathering virtually to celebrate NC State’s extraordinary places. Relive the excitement of Red and White Night by seeing some of the iconic structures your support helps build, maintain and improve across our campuses. 

close up of the metal beams holding the bells together

Nov 17, 2020

Timeless, With a Modern Touch

About 15 months ago, a construction fence went up around NC State’s Memorial Belltower. Now, the restoration and completion of this Hallowed Place — built to honor alumni lost in World War I, and a symbol and rallying point for the university — is almost finished. 

exterior shot of Fitts-Woolard Hall

Jul 28, 2020

Opening the Doors of Fitts-Woolard Hall

Fitts-Woolard Hall hit another milestone July 24, when the College of Engineering took "beneficial occupancy." At approximately 225,000 gross square feet, NC State’s newest engineering building represents the crucial next step in uniting the college on Centennial Campus. The gradual process of moving in starts Aug. 3 for the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, the Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and the dean's administrative office. Learn more about the building phase-in and ongoing fundraising opportunities. 

The belltower framed by blooming trees in Spring

Jul 10, 2020

Memorial Belltower Completion and Restoration Project

The current Memorial Belltower project — set into motion by a transformational gift from Bill (’81) and Frances Henry to the Think and Do the Extraordinary Campaign in November 2017 — is adding bells and interior stairs that were never installed. It also restores, upgrades and improves this vital symbol of the university community’s past, present and future. View our new interactive map to see progress and future plans.