Stories From 2010

Dec 15, 2010

Setting the Raleigh Public Record straight

Carrie McGahaCHASS Communications InternThey say the newspaper is dying. More than a decade into the twenty-first century, people have begun to put down their newspapers and get their news off the Internet. Although people may not be sitting down with […]

Nov 5, 2010

CHASS Faculty — John Kessel

John Kessel is a professor of creative writing and American literature. A winner of the Nebula Award, the Theodore Sturgeon Award, the Locus Award, the Shirley Jackson Award, and the James Tiptree, Jr. Award, Kessel has taught at NCSU since 1982, […]

Nov 4, 2010

Soul of a Lion

Barbara Bennett never imagined that she’d fall asleep to the sound of roaring lions. Or that she’d master the art of diapering a baby baboon. Or land a book deal with National Geographic. But a stint volunteering at a wildlife refuge […]

Nov 3, 2010

CHASS alums recount NCSU’s basketball history

Carrie McGaha CHASS Communications Intern CHASS alums Tim Peeler (English ’87) and Roger Winstead (Communication ’87) vividly illustrate the many traditions and innovations that have shaped Wolfpack basketball as well as the history and customs of college basketball itself in […]

Oct 18, 2010

Deep-fried food and NC dialects at 2010 State Fair

Carrie McGaha CHASS Communications InternFunnel cakes, corn dogs and cotton candy – you can taste them all at the North Carolina State Fair. This year’s fairgoers got some extra flavor when they visited a CHASS exhibit celebrating the state’s richly-flavored […]

Oct 1, 2010

CHASS Student of the Month – October 2010

Anuja Acharya, October 2010 CHASS Student of the Month

Sep 1, 2010

CHASS Student of the Month – September 2010

Megan Myers, September 2010 CHASS Student of the Month.

Aug 20, 2010

CHASS Alumni — Maria Kingery

Some business professionals cite interpersonal communication as the most challenging part of their jobs, Maria Kingery (English, ’99) finds it exhilarating. “For some, the people part is the most difficult part. I find it to be the most exciting and […]

Aug 3, 2010

Walt Wolfram Introduces Chancellor Woodson to southeastern NC

When it comes to dialects, North Carolina is one of the nation’s richest states. Dr. Walt Wolfram, William C. Friday Distinguished University professor and director of the North Carolina Language and Life Project recently introduced new NC State Chancellor Randy […]

Feb 1, 2010

CHASS Student of the Month – February 2010

Lauren LaMontagne, February 2010 CHASS Student of the Month