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Your Bucket List

Make the most of your time as a student in our Wolfpack with help from the official NC State bucket list .

How many of these 30 essential Wolfpack experiences can you check off before graduation?

There are endless things to explore as an NC State student — but certain shared campus experiences bond our Wolfpack across generations.

This bucket list is your roadmap to all of the activities, events and spaces that make NC State uniquely NC State . Adventure across campus, meet your community and quest to complete as many of the 30 items as you can. We’re rooting for you.

Attend New Student Convocation

It’s basically NC State 101. New Student Convocation is the first time our incoming class comes together as one. You’ll get an introduction to your university home, hear from community leaders and sing your alma mater alongside your new Wolfpack.

Snag a free NC State T-shirt

Red is definitely your color.

Watch the fireworks at Packapalooza

Cap off the festivities of Wolfpack Welcome Week with Packapalooza™ , NC State’s all-day block party and street festival. It’s been a fan-favorite event for over a decade, and you’ll want to stay for the grand finale: a live concert and dazzling firework display over the Memorial Belltower.

Join a student organization (or start your own)

We’ve got more than 600 of them. Choose from beekeeping, bluegrass, biochemistry or nearly anything else.

Eat at all of the campus dining halls

Hungry like the wolf? We’ve got options. Sample every dining hall our campus has to offer.

Read Technician and Nubian Message to stay up on campus news

Stay informed with two media outlets run by students, for students: NC State’s weekly newspaper and online news source, Technician , and biweekly Black student newspaper, Nubian Message .

Go to an event hosted by one of the campus community centers

We’ve got four right on campus, ready to serve our student body: the African American Cultural Center , the LGBTQ Pride Center , Multicultural Student Affairs and the Women’s Center .

Paint the Free Expression Tunnel

It’s your cavernous canvas. The Free Expression Tunnel, an underpass connecting north and central campuses, was designated a graffiti-friendly zone in the late 1960s. You can tag the tunnel’s walls with everything from upcoming student events to birthday wishes to art and activism.

Support all of NC State’s varsity athletics teams

Our student-athletes compete at the highest level, and our fans cheer hard. Root for the Red and White at the sporting event of your choice.

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These lyrics will come in handy on game day.

Shout aloud to the men,

Who will play the game to win.

We’re behind you,

Keep fighting for State.

Hold that line,

Hold them fast,

We will reach victory at last

We’re behind you

Rise up to the fray,

And let your colors wave,

Shout out for dear old NC State

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For where e’er we go,

We will let the whole world know,

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We’re the Red and White from State

And we know we are the best.

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We can take on all the rest.

Come over the hill, Caroline.

Devils and Deacs stand in line.

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Where the Southern winds so softly blow

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There stands ever cherished, N.C. State,

As thy honored shrine

So lift your voices! Loudly sing,

From hill to ocean side!

Our hearts ever hold you, N.C. State —

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Of our love and pride.

Go to your professor’s office hours

Their doors are open. Stop by for some academic help or to delve deeper into the subjects that drive you.

Whisper in the Wolf Ears

It’s only fitting that one of our iconic campus landmarks shows physics in action. Grab a friend and head near the Brickyard to check out our Wolf Ears. The two structures are situated many yards apart, but your messages will travel from one “ear” to the other, loud and clear.

Show your Pack spirit at a Red and White Week event

Join in our annual homecoming extravaganza, Red and White Week. Each fall, we invite students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends to celebrate NC State and all the people who make it special. You’ll have a roster of unmissable events to choose from, all week long .

Take your picture with Mr. and Ms. Wuf

Find NC State’s favorite couple — they’ll be at most major campus events — and snap a photo together. ( Get your wolfies ready . 🤘)

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NC State’s student-run radio station is sure to spin hidden gem tracks you’ve never heard before.

Run the Krispy Kreme Challenge

Kick off spring semester with a tradition you doughnut want to miss: the Krispy Kreme Challenge . Dash 2.5 miles from the Belltower to the nearest Krispy Kreme, eat a dozen doughnuts, then finish with another 2.5-mile run back to your starting point — all in one hour.

Participate in Shack-A-Thon

Each spring, NC State students raise awareness of the issue of affordable housing by building and living in shacks in the heart of NC State’s campus. Get involved to help raise funds for Habitat for Humanity.

Take a class at the Wellness and Recreation Center

Our Wellness and Recreation Center has thousands of square feet of recreation, fitness and wellness space to explore, and it’s one of many ways we promote wellness at NC State .

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Ride the Wolfline around campus

The Wolfline is NC State’s bus service , which serves all three campuses and surrounding areas. It’s free to students — no university ID, pass or fare required. (Just make sure to thank the bus driver on your way off.)

Snap a selfie with a cow during Ag Awareness Week

Students from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences bring a barnyard to campus during Ag Awareness Week, a celebration of North Carolina’s agricultural industry held each spring.

Volunteer with Service Raleigh

Give back during an annual citywide day of service. Connect with volunteers in your community to tackle various projects that provide much-needed assistance to local organizations.

Eat a scoop of Howling Cow ice cream

Any flavor will do . One benefit of going to a university with deep agricultural roots? Our very own farm fresh ice cream , made daily right on campus. We sling scoops in Talley Student Union and the Howling Cow Dairy Education Center and Creamery — meet you there.

Support a business on Hillsborough Street

Head to our community’s favorite thoroughfare for a coffee break, a good meal or some shopping.

Meet the chancellor

Our chancellor , Randy Woodson, serves as the leader of our university home. Keep an eye out for him on campus and say hello. (Until then, you can watch his video interview series, Red Chair Chats .)

See the Belltower lit red

That’s how we celebrate our proudest athletic and academic achievements.

Use the bookBot in Hunt Library

The bookBot is a robotic book delivery system that can store up to 2 million books in one-ninth the space of conventional shelving. Visit the first floor of Hunt Library on Centennial Campus to see it in action.

Vote in the Student Government elections

Make your voice heard by casting a ballot in a student government election, held twice annually in the fall and spring.

Visit all of NC State’s Hallowed Places

A handful of NC State landmarks have earned an honored distinction of “ Hallowed Places .” Adventure to each of them, from Lake Raleigh to the Court of North Carolina to the pastures of the College of Veterinary Medicine and beyond.

Order a class ring and let it sleep in the Belltower

It’s an emblem to show the world you’re Red and White for life. Take part in our ring ceremony, where your class ring will spend a night in the Memorial Belltower’s shrine room to soak up some extra Wolfpack spirit before being presented to you.

Turn your tassel at graduation

Attend commencement to celebrate your achievements alongside your graduating class. You’ll move your tassel from the right side of your cap to the left to signify that you’re entering your next chapter. (Hello, new alum! 🐺)

Start Your Own Bucket List

Ready to get started on your journey? Download your own bucket list poster or track your progress in the NC State Guides app. And be sure to tag @NCState in your adventures for a chance to be featured on our social media channels.

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Discover even more of the events, symbols and rituals you can only find here at NC State.

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Download The Brick Traditions App to track your progress toward becoming an official Tradition Keeper.

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The best way to find out if the College of Engineering at NC State is right for you is to register to attend our information sessions that we offer to prospective students and their families. The information sessions consist of a brief overview of the College of Engineering followed by a guided tour of Centennial Campus. University Admissions sessions are also available for both first-year and transfer students. When possible, we recommend signing up for one of our Engineering sessions and a University Admissions session.

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There are a variety of ways to get to know NC State’s campus and community.

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Click on the link below to view a flyer you can use to take a self-guided tour of Centennial Campus and the College of Engineering.

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Biological and agricultural engineering.

Are you interested in learning more about Biological Engineering? Please visit   BAE Undergraduate Programs  and be sure to watch this video  “What is Biological Engineering?”   about our degree programs. If you have questions or would like to set up a personalized visit to the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering to meet with our Student Ambassadors, please email   [email protected] . Virtual meetings can also be arranged. 

Biomedical Engineering

Are you interested in learning more about the Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering? We invite you to visit our Undergraduate Program Overview website where you will find information about the department. For questions about the program please email [email protected] . You may also complete the BME Campus Visitor form if you will be on campus and would like to learn more in-person.

Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

Are you interested in learning more about the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering? Find information especially for prospective students and their families at CBE Prospective Student Resources or email Dr. Lisa Bullard, the Undergraduate Director, at [email protected] with specific questions!

Civil, Construction, & Environmental Engineering

Are you interested in learning more about the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering? We invite you to look over our  Undergraduate Programs page  where you will find information about all three of our degree programs. Interested in an in-person tour? Join us for a twice monthly in person tour of Fitts-Woolard Hall led by one of our CCEE student ambassadors! Tours will begin at 4:00PM. Please register  here .

Computer Science

We appreciate your interest in Computer Science at NC State! Please visit our  Future Students website  where you will find a wealth of information about the department, including an opportunity to  Ask an Ambassador . If you have academic questions, please use our  Undergraduate Advising Questions form , and ToniAnn Marini, our Assistant Director of Undergraduate Advising, will respond as soon as possible. Interested in an ‘in-person’ tour of Computer Science? CSC Student Ambassadors will be available to conduct ‘in person’ tours for prospective students and their parents/guardians on Fridays during the academic year, immediately prior to the College of Engineering’s Info Sessions on Centennial Campus.  These tours will begin at 12:00PM, starting in the CSC atrium of EB2, on the following dates during Spring 2024: Jan. 12, Jan. 19, Jan. 26, Feb. 9, Mar. 1, Mar. 8, Apr. 5. No registration required – just show up!  

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Are you interested in learning more about Electrical and/or Computer Engineering at NC State? ECE welcomes you to explore its facilities through our 3D tours, immersive videos and engaging content! Learn more at ece.ncsu.edu/tour.

Interested in a trip to Centennial Campus at NC State? Sign up for an in-person tour where you’ll have the opportunity to walk around Engineering Building II with one of our awesome student ambassadors. Learn more a ece.ncsu.edu/visit .

Industrial & Systems Engineering

Are you interested in learning more about the Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering? ISE advisors welcome your questions!  Just email [email protected] .

Want to check out Fitts-Woolard Hall instead? Then check out our virtual tour!

Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Are you interested in learning more about the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering?  MAE welcomes your questions!  Just email  [email protected] or sign up for an in-person tour here: www.mae.ncsu.edu/department-tours/ .

Materials Science and Engineering

Are you interested in learning more about Materials Science and Engineering at NC State? We invite you to visit our  MSE Future Students  page where you will find a wealth of information about the department. Have questions about your future in MSE? Submit our  Undergraduate Advising Questions Form .

Nuclear Engineering

Are you interested in learning more about the Department of Nuclear Engineering? Join virtual Q&A sessions with Lisa Marshall , Director of Outreach, Retention & Engagement | Lecturer | Adviser

Paper Science & Engineering

Interested in learning more about Paper Science & Engineering? Check out our offerings designed specifically for prospective students or reach out to schedule a personalized meeting and/or visit: Angie Rush – 919-515-7709 or [email protected]

Textile Engineering

Textile Engineering encompasses topics such as sports textiles, biomedical materials, polymers, and computer information systems. You can learn more about what the Wilson College of Textiles has to offer by joining us for a session here .

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Centennial Campus is a resource for everyone , from local residents to leading researchers from around the world.

Located in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina — one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. — we’re an invaluable destination for the entire Research Triangle community, open to everyone who wants a glimpse of what’s next. We’re walking distance from the rest of the NC State University campus and minutes away from Raleigh-Durham International Airport .

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Transportation and Parking

Centennial Campus is served by NC State’s year-round Wolfline bus service .

The campus offers a number of parking decks and metered parking along the street that are open 24 hours a day. Most parking is available to the public outside business hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) unless otherwise posted.

For more information, visit the NC State Transportation visitor parking page .

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The award-winning James B. Hunt Jr. Library is open every day of the week, and most library events and programming — including AV Geeks, Coffee and Viz and State of Sound — are free and available to the public.

A valid Wolfpack One Card is required to enter the library after 10 p.m., or during Reading Days or Final Exam periods.

For more information, explore the NC State University Libraries visitor guidelines .

Lake Raleigh

Lake Raleigh and its trails are open to the public from dawn until dusk.

Paid parking is available at the nearby Poulton lot on Partners Way from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday. At any other time, free parking on campus is open to the public.

After 5 p.m. and all day on weekends, public parking can also be found right in front of the lake. Walks, picnics, disc golf and non-motorized boating and watersports are available.

All are welcome to the outdoor Cinema Series every Friday in the fall, and the Live at Lake Raleigh concert series every Thursday in the spring.

Lonnie Poole Golf Course

Voted the best golf course in Raleigh by readers of the News & Observer, the Lonnie Poole Golf Course is open to NC State alumni, Centennial Campus visitors and the public alike.

The general public — and NC State students, staff and faculty — may book tee times up to seven days in advance. The venue is also available to reserve for private events .

Park Alumni Center

The Dorothy and Roy Park Alumni Center is the on-campus destination for reunions, weddings, receptions, parties and seminars.

The center is home to the NC State Alumni Association , which is always seeking new members. You’ll also find seasoned on-site event coordinators ready to help organize everything from wedding ceremonies to business and social events.

StateView Hotel and Conference Center

With more than 8,000 square feet of indoor meeting space and immediate access to the rest of Centennial Campus, this luxury hotel is ideally situated for corporate retreats, Raleigh vacations and other events.

Parking outside the hotel is free to visitors. Learn more about booking the venue for your next event on the StateView website .

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Centennial Campus is an award-winning research park and academic community, but it’s also a venue for lake walks, golfing, movie nights and more. We host experiences for the whole family to enjoy, from first-rate lecture series to food truck rodeos.

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Centennial Campus is a global hub for education, innovation and public-private partnership — and a vital piece of one of the nation’s top public universities: NC State .

Centennial is a place for the thinkers and doers of Raleigh to live, work and learn in an environment that’s unique to the Triangle. It’s a proving ground for new ideas and new businesses. And it’s vital to our university’s mission: creating prosperity across our state and nation.

Whoever you are, we can’t wait to welcome you here.

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From top multinationals to boutique startups, everyone wants to work with us — and we want to work with you.

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Centennial was built to share the fruits of discovery with the wider world, and that mission drives everything we do.

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We’re home to lifelong learners of every kind, from K-12 to some of the world’s leading experts in emerging fields.

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If you love it here, you may never have to leave; we’ve got housing options and career opportunities for everyone.

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The College of Sciences is spread across several buildings on NC State’s Main and Centennial campuses. Administrative offices are located in the Bureau of Mines building near the university’s Brickyard.

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NC State and the College of Sciences are offering several in-person and digital options to help you experience the college and the university.

Prospective students have the opportunity to attend a guided on-campus tour led by an NC State Student Ambassador. Guided campus tours are offered Monday through Friday starting at Talley Student Union. You can expect to walk around Main Campus for approximately one hour.

If you stop by campus during the week and are not registered for a campus tour, stop by the Joyner Visitor Center to pick up information about a self-guided tour . Self-guided campus tours are accompanied by a video playlist featuring current students. If you visit campus on a weekend or university holiday, stop by the Joyner Visitor Center to grab a brochure and self-guided map from the bin outside.

If you can’t visit in person, we encourage you to use NC State’s new virtual tour to explore our campus.

Information Sessions

The College of Sciences is offering virtual information sessions that offer an overview of the college, focusing on student opportunities, and an opportunity to ask questions. Transfer students are welcome, but the session is geared more toward first-year students. The university is also offering virtual information sessions during this time.

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Metered parking is available on Hillsborough Street and surrounding streets. Paid hourly parking can be found in the Dan Allen and Coliseum Parking Decks on Main Campus. There are also several parking decks on Centennial Campus. After 5 p.m., all spots on campus are first-come, first-serve and free of charge unless otherwise marked.

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NC State is located just west of downtown Raleigh. It’s a short drive from RDU International Airport and easily accessible from I-40 and I-440 (Raleigh Beltline).

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First lady Jill Biden launches program for veterans and military families in Wilmington

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Greeted by applause and cheering from supporters, first lady Dr. Jill Biden used a visit to Wilmington this week to launch the Veterans and Military Families for Biden-Harris program.

She said four years ago her husband, President Joe Biden, went from being a military father to being commander in chief and that it’s a responsibility he took with pride.

“Joe reminds everyone any chance he gets, our U.S. military is the finest fighting military force in the history of the world,” Biden said in front of an enthusiastic crowd at Hi-Wire Brewing.

The first lady added that her husband believes that the one true sacred obligation is to prepare those our country sends into harm’s way and to care for them and their families when they come home.

She acknowledged that although military spouses and children may not wear the uniform, they serve the country too.

More: Scenes from first lady Dr. Jill Biden's visit to Wilmington

Among the list of work for veterans and military families is the president's signing of the PACT Act, which granted over 1 million claims to veterans seeking care after being impacted by toxic exposures. It was the most significant expansion of benefits for veterans in over 30 years, according to the Biden-Harris campaign.

In 2023 alone, the administration also delivered over $163 billion in earned benefits to 6.3 million veterans, according to the campaign.

At Monday's event, Biden acknowledged her husband's decision to end the war in Afghanistan because the sacrifice of military families was “too steep for too long.” The first lady also acknowledged the president’s expansion of reproductive healthcare.

“President Biden wakes up every morning ready to work for you,” Biden said.

The first lady took the stage at Hi-Wire Brewing just before noon, joined by Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo and Jason Cain, former North Carolina assistant secretary for military affairs.

Saffo led the remarks with strong support of the Bidens and their work for military families.

“The Bidens know what it feels like to have a son fighting for their country,” Saffo said. “President Biden has spent his life helping those who have bravely served as well as their families.”

Saffo also acknowledged the importance that North Carolina voters play in the election.

“The path to the White House runs through North Carolina,” Saffo said.

Cain, a U.S. Army veteran, joined in support of the Biden-Harris administration’s program launch and introduced the first lady.

“I know firsthand the sacrifices and challenges that come with serving our country and the immense toll that it takes on our families,” Cain said.

The Bidens have dedicated their lives to championing the needs of those who have served and that they are a military family, he said.

Cain noted that Biden has expanded healthcare access to thousands of veterans across the state, has lowered veteran unemployment, helped service members cover the cost of childcare, helped veterans obtain affordable housing and made it easier for veterans and their families to find jobs.

The first lady said her husband will continue to fight for the military community. She noted that her father served in World War II and her son Beau served in the Delaware Army National Guard and then for a year in Iraq.

“This is personal to us,” Biden said.

The first lady also went on the defensive against Donald Trump. She drew attention to Donald Trump’s alleged comments about prisoners of war and those who died in war calling them “suckers” and “losers” and said that they were disgraceful, but not surprising.

“Donald Trump wakes up every morning thinking about one person and one person only, himself,” Biden said.

Biden said the country cannot trust Trump and that the military community deserves better, with a president that serves with integrity, wisdom and character, and that she believes that’s her husband.

Biden asked the audience to remember what it felt like the morning after the 2016 general election, when Trump won over Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party fell short.

“We can’t take anything for granted,” Biden said. “We have to meet this moment as if our freedoms are at risk because they are.”

Black Mountain is the 'most charming small town' in North Carolina, AFAR magazine says

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Black Mountain was chosen as the most charming small town in North Carolina by award-winning travel media brand AFAR .

Previous Citizen Times reports have covered other recent attention Black Mountain has received. In the past few months alone, the town has been labeled an underappreciated gem, the perfect place for a summer getaway, and more—the newest article, which covered choices for "most charming small town" in all 50 states, chose Black Mountain for the title.

Here's what AFAR said about Black Mountain, plus Black Mountain News' picks for restaurants in the area, info on a brand new music festival and more.

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AFAR named Black Mountain the most charming small town for "whimsical galleries, live music, and layer-cake mountain views." While the town is only about 20 minutes from Asheville, AFAR said it feels a world apart, with a population of only around 8,500 and ample opportunities for exploring the mountainous environment, viewing work from local artists and plenty more.

The complete list of AFAR's suggestions for visiting Black Mountain included:

  • Staying at the Monte Vista Hotel - and grabbing a meal at its restaurant Milton's Black Mountain
  • Exploring Lake Tomahawk or hiking the 9.5-mile out-and-back Graybeard Trail in Montreat nearby
  • Enjoy a weaving or pottery exhibit at the  Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center
  • Shop for handcrafted jewelry and candles at  Seven Sisters Craft Gallery
  • Grab some delicious carbs at Blue Ridge Biscuit Company
  • Finish out your day with a wild session IPA from  Blk Mtn Brewing
  • Get in on an old-timey Appalachian jam session at not-for-profit concert venue  White Horse Black Mountain

More: National Geographic travel guide features Asheville as LGBTQIA+-friendly destination

Restaurants in Black Mountain

Recent reporting from Black Mountain News offered further choices for visitors and residents alike with their list of favorite area restaurants. Here are their suggestions:

  • Berliner Kindl German Restaurant at 121 Broadway Ave. - German food in a "cozy, Bavarian-type setting"
  • Black Mountain Bistro at 203 E. State St. - Traditional American menu with “Southern flair”
  • Bush Farmhouse at 151 S. Ridgeway Ave. - South African-themed food with a local twist
  • Cousins Cuban Café at 108 Broadway Ave. - Coffee and authentic Cuban cuisine
  • Milton's at 308 W. State St. inside The Monte Vista Hotel. - Southern fine dining
  • My Father's Pizza and Pasta at 110 Cherry St. - Classic pizza and pasta dishes made from family recipes
  • Taco Billy at 117 Cherry St. - Texas-style tacos
  • The Trailhead at 207 W. State St. - Classic Americana dining
  • Veranda Café & Gift at 119 Cherry St. - Soups, salads and sandwiches
  • Voodoo Roux at 108 Black Mountain Ave. - Authentic Cajun cuisine

More: Best bets for summer getaways: 3 Western NC small towns named adorable by Southern Living

Black Mountain Blues festival

A final suggestion is coming soon this summer. The Black Mountain Blues festival, described by Black Mountain News as a "joint effort between White Horse Black Mountain and LEAF Global Arts," will take place at several venues throughout the town July 12-14.

Venues include The Railyard, Bush Farmhouse, Foothills Grange, White Horse Black Mountain, Monte Vista Hotel, Black Mountain Center for the Arts, The Goldfinch and Town Pump.

Local blues musician Melissa McKinney, one of the founders of the inaugural festival, spoke to the Black Mountain News about the inspiration behind the new event.

“I just want to make sure that I was featuring artists who are really respecting the history of the blues,” McKinney said. “It’s complicated as white musicians to make sure that we are honoring blues. It’s so complicated and it’s something I think that I feel like I have to check myself every day, and I still don’t know that I’m doing enough.”

More: Black Mountain Blues festival coming this summer

Iris Seaton is the trending news reporter for the Asheville Citizen Times, part of the USA TODAY Network. Reach her at [email protected].

Morning Rundown: Some Dems reluctantly fall in line behind Biden, Beryl likely portends 'hyperactive' hurricane season, volunteers spend 378 days simulating life on Mars

North Carolina's Latino population is growing — but not its recent voter turnout

WAKE COUNTY, N.C. — When Josahandy Avila thinks about the 2024 presidential election, the word “excitement” does not come to mind.

As a first-generation Mexican American, her family is directly affected by state and federal immigration laws, and she’s concerned about reproductive rights. But at the presidential level, she’s still undecided — she is leaning toward President Joe Biden but is potentially open to a third-party ticket.

“I think that they’re just trying to give us what we want to hear,” she said of both Biden and Donald Trump. “Neither one of them are talking about issues that are very important to us. And it’s not only immigration, but it’s also education, health care — other things like the economy.”

As Democrats look to flip the battleground state of North Carolina back into the presidential win column for the first time since 2008, Latinos like Avila will be a key factor — but an increasingly tricky one.

The state’s Latino population has  increased by 40%  over the last decade — the  largest increase  of any other racial or ethnic group in the state. And Latinos make up more than 1.1 million residents —  290,000 of whom are registered voters  — in a state that Trump won by less than  75,000  votes in 2020. 

But getting them to the voting booth may be more difficult this year than ever. Latino voter turnout actually  decreased  in 2022 after having increased the past two midterm elections. And turnout was even worse in the most recent primary election, with  less than 8%  of Hispanic voters showing up, compared to nearly 30% of non-Hispanic voters.

Nikki Marín Baena is the co-founder and co-director of  Siembra NC , a grassroots political organization based in Greensboro focused on progressive issues and candidates. The organization has registered 3,200 Latino voters this year, with a goal of 5,000 before the election takes place.

She estimates that canvassers on her team talked to nearly 10,000 voters to reach that number, which they’ve achieved by fanning out to flea markets — known colloquially as “mercado de pulgas” — as well as shopping centers, gyms and grocery stores in five counties with large Latino populations.

“One of the things that I keep saying to the staff over and over again, is that this election is not between Biden and Trump. This election is between Biden and Trump and the couch,” Marín Baena said. “And the couch is looking like a really good option to a lot of people right now.”

Her organization is also focusing on hyper-local issues they believe affect people outside of election cycles, like labor rights and wage theft. One reason: She believes Latino voters in the state are less engaged with politics at the federal level this year.

“In 2020, the last presidential election, I think that it was so much clearer to people, kind of what we were up against and what the choice was and how the two candidates were different. I think that all of that felt sharper,” Marín Baena said. “I think people have forgotten 2020 a little bit, and I think that the constant news that we’re getting has made it so that everything runs together in a way that people don’t seem to be able to see as much difference between the two candidates.”

For 20-year-old Wake County resident Gema, who declined to give her last name, the most important issues this election are reproductive rights, the increase in complaints leading to  book bans  in the state and a  potential ban  on TikTok in the U.S.

She’s also unsure about whether she’s registered to vote.

“Honestly, like I don’t even know who to vote for just because it’s like, no matter what side you go to, there’s something iffy about it,” Gema said.

As one of an  estimated 7 million  Latino residents ages 18 to 24 in the state, she’s not alone. A recent  national survey  by the Brookings Institution found that, although young Latino voters are more likely to support Democratic candidates, 37% of those under 30 report that Biden and Democrats “don’t care about the Latino community.”

It’s a dissatisfaction Republicans in the state are hoping to capitalize on. Although just 2%  of North Carolina Republicans identified as Hispanic in 2023, National Hispanic Outreach Director Sandy Moyer said the party’s messaging on economic issues and inflation is resonating with the community, particularly when it comes to the cost of gas, groceries and home ownership.

“What are people doing right now? They’re renting homes. Well, a lot of these Hispanics, what’s the American dream? To own a home,” Moyer said. “These are the things we talk to them about, and they say, ‘No, we’re having a big problem.’ The rent market is actually booming, but the housing market is not.”

NBC News also reached out to leadership with the state’s Democratic Party, who said they are investing earlier than ever in the state’s Latino community, adding in part:

“While Trump oversaw a 47% spike in unemployment among Latinos and is pushing to raise our health care costs, President Biden has delivered for our Latino communities, creating more than 400,000 good-paying jobs across our state and expanding access to affordable health care for more than 600,000 North Carolinians.”

They also pointed to a seven-figure campaign ad  specifically targeted to Latinos watching the Copa America tournament. They said that spot will be airing across several battleground states, including North Carolina, where a tournament game is set for July 10 in Charlotte.

Meanwhile in Wake County, Gema’s mother, Zaza, who also declined to give her last name, said that although she’s worried both candidates are too old, she still plans to vote this year because she feels it’s her responsibility as an American citizen.

“Because it will make a difference,” she said in Spanish. “Poquito, pero una diferencia" — "a little, but a difference."

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