With the 2008-2009 academic and fiscal years behind us, it’s useful to look back at the progress we’ve made in certain areas and the areas we’ve identified for improvement. Financially, the NCSU Student Media is in solid shape. Although in the short-term, due to the declining economy, we’ve increased our dependence on student fees, the long-run we should be able to decrease that dependence. We had a solid year in recruitment and in recruiting a diverse array of students. We also increased the visibility of the program through active participation in the North Carolina College Media Association and other state, regional and national associations.
Fall Frolic on the Oval is coming to Centennial Campus Nov. 15. The event will offer students an array of fun activities while helping stock the Feed the Pack food pantry.
NC State Student Media has begun the search for its top leaders for the 2018-2019 academic year.
NC State Student Media has scheduled interviews with students who have applied for the top leadership positions at the Technician, WKNC-FM, the Nubian Message, Windhover, Agromeck and the Student Business & Marketing Office. These interviews
Student Media Associate Director Jamie Lynn Gilbert begins a three year term as College Broadcasters, Inc.’s treasurer. “College Broadcasters, Inc. is an amazing resource for student-run electronic media outlets across the country and I am honored