Fresh from his formal installation as the 14th chancellor of NC State, Randy Woodson rolled up his sleeves and got down to business Wednesday, unveiling a new flavor of ice cream, called Wolf Tracks, before a very enthusiastic crowd of students, faculty and staff on the Brickyard. Woodson personally created the new flavor, made with vanilla ice cream, chocolate ice cream, fudge and peanut butter.
Woodson helped carve up a gigantic sundae made with 75 gallons of the new ice cream flavor, then helped hand out more than 2,500 free samples. The giveaway, dubbed the Chancellor’s Ice Cream Dream, was sponsored by University Dining, student government and the chancellor’s installation committee.
The sundae was served using 100 percent biodegradable bowls, spoons and napkins. Chopped peanuts were donated by Mackey’s Ferry Peanuts in Jamesville, N.C., a vendor at the Campus Farmers Market, and whipped topping by Alamance Foods of Burlington.
Wolf Tracks joins the university’s Howling Cow brand of ice cream.