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Academic Year 2005-2006
Aug 14
Joel J. Ducoste received a Fulbright Research Scholar Award
June 20
Carolina Hurricanes win the Stanley Cup
May 14
Softball Team wins ACC Tournament

May 13
Spring Commencement

May 9
Jessica Badger
received a Barry M.
Goldwater Scholarship
April 12
Erskine Bowles inaugurated as the President of the University of North Carolina
Feb 20
Jay Cheng received a Fulbright Scholar Grant
Feb 18
Men's Basketball
NCSU 70  VA Tech 64
Feb 16
Women's Basketball
NCSU 78  Clemson 69
Feb  15
Men's Basketball
NCSU 86  FSU 64
Feb 12
Women's Basketball
NCSU  65  GA Tech 53
Feb 9
Women's Basketball
NCSU 73  Wake 70
Feb 8
Men's Basketball
NCSU 86  Miami 77
Feb 5
Men's Basketball
NCSU 62  Maryland 58
Feb 1
Men's Basketball
NCSU 66  UVA 64
Jan 29
Men's Basketball
NCSU 94  Clemson 85
Jan 26
Women's Basketball
NCSU 83  Miami 77
Jan 21
Men's Basketball
NCSU 92  Wake 82
Jan 14
Men's Basketball
NCSU 87  GA Tech 78
Jan 13
Women's Basketball
NCSU 73  UVA 63
Jan 10
Men's Basketball
NCSU 78
Boston College 60
Jan 2
Women's Basketball
NCSU 65  VA Tech 44
Dec 31
Football
Meineke Car Care Bowl
NCSU 14  USF 0
Dec 18
Men's Basketball
NCSU 81  Miami 69
Dec 14
Fall Commencement
Aug 21
Adam Rush received a Fulbright Student Grant.
Nov 26
Football
NCSU 20 Maryland 14
Nov 5
Football
NCSU 20 FSU 15
Oct 6
Football
NCSU 17 GA Tech 14
Aug 5
Gary Blank received a Fulbright Scholar Grant
May 16
Trudy F. C. Mackay elected to the American Academy of Arts and Science

Academic Year 2004-2005

Since its completion in 1937, the Memorial Tower has stood as a symbol of identity for North Carolina State University, a timekeeper for tradition and a perpetual memorial to NC State students who gave their lives in defense of their country. As well as a memorial, the tower is a rallying point for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and members of the university community.

The Belltower is lighted for holidays that honor our veterans, such as Memorial Day and Veterans' Day, and to celebrate NC State's proudest occasions and achievements.

The tower will also be lighted for events celebrated by the campus community:

  • Spring and Winter Commencements
  • Honors Convocation
  • Induction of a member of the NC State Faculty into the National Academy of Sciences or National Academy of Engineering
  • The awarding of a Nobel Prize, Pulitzer Prize, National Medal of Science, or National Medal of Technology.
  • The awarding of a North Carolina Award or Governor’s Award for Excellence.
  • The awarding of the O. Max Gardner Award.
  • The selection for a Fulbright fellowship, or Rhodes, Goldwater, Truman, Madison, Marshall, or Mitchell scholarships.
  • The inauguration of the President of the University of North Carolina or installation of the Chancellor of NC State.
  • Football victories at home or away
  • Men’s Atlantic Coast Conference basketball victories at home or away
  • Women’s Atlantic Coast Conference basketball victories at home or away
  • On nights on which an ACC or national championship is won in any team sport.
  • Other celebrations at the discretion of the Chancellor.

Requests for additional events will be considered by the Chancellor and the university's Executive Officers. Send requests via email to the Secretary of the University/Asst. to the Chancellor, pj_teal@ncsu.edu

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Chancellor James L. Oblinger visits with the citizens of North Carolina.
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