We’re searching for all of the elusive, little known wolf statues. During a campus-wide contest in November 2017, students and fans located 20 wolf sculptures on campus. We know there are more out there, peering from academic building lobbies or poised in campus gathering areas.
If you spot another sculpture or any interesting, artsy wolves on campus, send a photo to PackFanSpirit@ncsu.edu.
This is truly a homegrown wolf! Designed by mechanical engineering students Michelle Phillips and Kevin Young, the wooden Timber-Wolf has movable parts and was inspired by Phillips’ interest in amusement parks. You’ll find this wolf on the 3rd floor of Engineering Building III.
Wolves behind the Park Alumni Center on Centennial Campus.
Another wolf statue entitled “Pride” stands watch at Carter-Finley Stadium, located in Dail Plaza West near the entrance to Vaughn Towers.
Not sure who created this popular Lego Wolf in the Talley Student Union. If you have the scoop, please let us know at email@example.com.
You’ll find this painted wolf sculpture in the lobby of the College of Natural Resources.
Mr. Wuf and Ms. Wuf hang out for fan photos at Reynolds Coliseum.
In Reynolds Coliseum’s Walk of Fame, four geometric stainless steel wolves race up a mountain to charge into the arena. Designed by Kansas City artist Beth Nybeck, the “Daring Victory” sculpture spans 50’ long and is 20’ tall at its peak.
This trio of bronze wolves behind Park Alumni Center overlooks Lake Raleigh.
Inside the lobby of Wolf Village, find this wolf sculpted by Jim Gallucci of Greensboro as part of the Raleigh Red Wolf Ramble project in 2001-02.
You’ll find this wolf outside Nelson Hall near Dan Allen Drive.
Mr. and Ms. Wuf cheer on students’ menu choices at Case Dining Hall.
Head to the Multicultural Student Affairs Office in Talley Student Union to find this Native American inspired wolf.
This trio of “woven bronze” wolf sculptures was created in 2010 by San Diego-based artist Michael Stutz. Each wolf weighs approximately 1,200 pounds and stands about five feet tall.
A pair of wolves, the “Passion Wolves of the Pack,” welcomes visitors to the Dorothy and Roy Park Alumni Center on Centennial Campus.
These wolves are on the run in Wolfpack Outfitters.
Featured in Talley Student Union, this showstopper 3-story wooden trellis was designed by Stephenson Millwork Co., Inc., in Wilson, NC. The piece won the 2016 Overall Standard of Excellence Award from the Architectural Woodwork Institute.
This stuffed wolf lurks at the Wolfpack Club.
The wolf “Fury” inspires the Wolfpack as they exit the tunnel at Carter-Finley Stadium.
Ready for tip off, this #1 Wuf has the moves near the VIP entrance at PNC Arena, home of Wolfpack Men’s Basketball.
Another Raleigh Red Wolf Ramble sculpture resides at the McKimmon Center on Gormon Street.
Former Wolfpack player and master sculptor Dick Idol created the “Wolfpack Turf” monument, which rises from the plaza in front of the Murphy Center at Carter-Finley Stadium. The statue is made up of six wolves, each two-times life size, standing on a 21-foot stone mountain. Each wolf is named for one of the characteristics of a wolf and of a Wolfpack football player: Confidence, Passion, Spirit, Courage, Pride and Strength.
Look for this “RAD” wolf in the atrium of the College of Textiles. It was created by the Anni Albers Scholars in 2001.
One of the “Heritage Trees” from the “Oak Circle” at Wolf Village is preserved as the “Spirit of the Wolfpack.” After the tree was damaged by root disease, University Housing secured local chainsaw artist Jerry Reid, who worked with artist Randy Boni, to repurpose the wood into something meaningful.
Another Raleigh Red Wolf Ramble sculpture greets diners at Fountain Dining Hall on West Campus.
A pack surrounds the Park Alumni Center. These two alert wolves are known as “The Guardians.”