Stories From 2017

Dec 26, 2017  |  Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures

Professor Talks about US Media Ecosystem in the Trump Era during the IV Ryszard Kapuscinski International Seminar in Spain

Recently, the city of Elche, Spain, hosted the IV International Seminar Ryszard Kapuscinski, part of the XIII International Conference of Journalism at the University Miguel Hernández. During the event, NC State professor Jordi Marí talked about the US media ecosystem since the coming to power of the current administration of President Trump last January.

Dec 14, 2017  |  Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures

Hindi-Urdu Program Celebrates 2017 Cultural Night

Recently, the Hindi-Urdu Program welcomed teachers, students and friends to their Cultural Night of 2017. The event, which this year was being celebrated for the second time in a row, is an opportunity to better understand the cultural richness of both India and Pakistan.

Dec 12, 2017  |  College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Year in Review: Our Top Stories of 2017

It's been a busy year for the college. Take a look back at some of our top stories of 2017.

Dec 10, 2017  |  College of Humanities and Social Sciences News

NC State’s Outstanding Young Alumna: Jess Ekstrom

NC State's Alumni Association names and celebrates an outstanding young alumnus each year during the university's Evening of Stars gala. Jess Ekstrom (communication '13), founder of Headbands of Hope, earned the honor for 2017.

Dec 1, 2017  |  Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures

Professor Brings The Mexican Crack Writers to Life in New Book

One of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures own has recently become a third-time published author. Héctor Jaimes, a professor of Latin American Literature and Culture and the Spanish Language, has been a member of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at North Carolina State University for the past twenty years. Jaimes recently published the anthology, The Mexican Crack Writers: History and Criticism, which stands alone as the first scholarly book about a literary group that defined a whole generation of Latin American writers.