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  • Yerson Padilla, a senior studying women and gender studies, works at a table in the Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) Center on the fourth floor in Talley Student Union on August 8, 2016.  The MSA Center provides programs for students, with a focus on African American, Native American and Hispanic students, that help them expand their cultural horizon and succeed academically, professionally and personally at NC State.
    Aug 20 2016

    OIED Centers Provide Support for Students

    Keilah Davis| Correspondent The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity (OIED) is a university office committed to fostering an inclusive community at NC State. OIED provides guidance, programming, and outreach through four centers: the African American Cultural Center, Multicultural Student Affairs, Women’s Center, and GLBT Center.   African American Cultural Center “As the African American […]

    Aug 20 2016

    Voter ID Law Struck Down in NC

    Carl Hintz| Correspondent On Friday, July 29th, three judges from the US 4th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down Photo ID requirements and other voting restrictions that were enacted in 2013 by the NC legislature (S.L. 2013-381). As a result of this ruling, photo ID will not be required to vote. Preregistration, out-of-precinct voting, and […]