Interviewees discuss the intricacies of diversity at NC State, from the integration of women, to being a person of color, to the civil rights movement, to the founding of the GLBT Center.
Terry Carroll discusses the 1970s counterculture and how the Vietnam War affected students' lives on campus.
A House for Alpha Phi Alpha
Brigadier General Jennings recalls the challenges faced by African American fraternities before they had houses at NC State, and he remembers the pride that the Alpha Phi Alphas felt once they had a one.
Abraham Holtzman and Political Activism
Governor James Baxter Hunt, Jr. reflects on the development of his personal and political philosophies, including his opposition to segregation, many of which developed in classes with Dr. Abraham Holtzman.
Being the First African American Editor-in-Chief
Dwuan June recalls establishing his legacy as the Editor-in-Chief of the Technician.
Campaigning for Student Senate President
Eric Moore discusses campaigning for Student Senate President.
Establishing the GLBT Center
T. Greg Doucette recalls discussions in the early 2000s which eventually led to the establishment of the GLBT Center.
"Girls don't become student body president"
Cathy Sterling recalls some of the challenges she faced as the first female student body president and the general student reaction to increased female student enrollment at NC State.
Brigadier General Jennings describes his involvement as the president of Greeks United, an organization that brought together under a shared mission and values all of the African American fraternities and sororities at NC State.
Growing up in Burlington, NC
Gus Gusler describes what it was like to attend high school in Burlington, NC during the time of segregation.
Growing up in Henderson, NC
Dr. Thomas Stafford describes what it was like to grow up in Henderson, NC and recalls what it was like to live in a segregated society.
Mentoring in an Expanded Definition of Leadership
MIke Giancola explains the importance of mentoring in an expanded definition of leadership that includes an emphasis on diversity.
NC State Students: Kindness and Respect
Dwuan June describes how the diversity of NC State students allows them to be kinder and more respectful to others.
NC State Unity Rally Against Hate Speech
Jay Dawkins recalls the camaraderie amongst NC State students while attending a Unity Rally against hate speech in 2008.
Student Government Response to Hate Speech in Free Expression Tunnel
Jay Dawkins recalls campus response to hate speech written in the Free Expression Tunnel after Barack Obama was elected president in 2008.