We’ve still got plenty more room for red-and-white spaces

November 15, 2013
By Bill Krueger

We hope you enjoyed the many different Wolf Dens that we featured in the recent issue of NC State magazine. From the Wolfpack museum that Rod Essick has created in his home in Harrisburg, N.C., to the Pack House that Grey Blackwell and his family have made in Oxford, N.C., we tried to capture the wide range of Wolfpack spaces that NC State alumni have created in their homes.

We had so many photos, though, that we couldn’t fit them all in the magazine. So we created a page on the Alumni Association’s website where you can see the additional photos taken by Durham photographer Ted Richardson. (There’s a sampling below to give you a feel for some of the photos.)

But we¬† also also know that there are a lot more Wolf Dens out there that we didn’t photograph. We would love for you to share photos of your favorite Wolfpack space – be it your den, basement or bedroom. Visit our Wolf Dens page, and submit your photos of your red-and-white space. Go Pack!





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