The Technician staff will be holding an open forum on Wednesday, Sept. 15 and Sept. 29, in the Brown Room in Talley Student Center for all staff, faculty and students to come and share their
Author: Bradley Wilson
The Independent Weekly’s named WKNC 88.1fm the “Best College Radio Station” in its 2010 Best in the Triangle Reader’s Choice poll released June 10. The station was a finalist for Best Radio Station in 2009 and won the title in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008. This year, the paper divided the category into best college radio station and best commercial radio station.
History Example: In 1923, NC State’s Board of Trustees authorized the establishment of the Department of Physical Education. Since that time, the university has developed and expanded its unique physical education program under the leadership
WKNC honored three staff members with employee of the year awards as part of the annual Student Media End of Year BBQ April 29. Damian Maddalena (right), a doctoral student in forestry and host of
Members of the NCSU chapter of the Society for Collegiate Journalists won the following 18 awards for the 2010 national contest covering calendar year 2009. Award recipients include Kyle Robb, Susannah Brinkley, John Cooper Elias,
Martha Collins, adviser to the NCSU chapter of the Society for Collegiate Journalists, was named the SCJ Sheridan C. Barker Adviser of the Year at the association’s national convention held at NCSU March 5-7.
The Agromeck yearbook staff will be delivering the yearbook to seniors who had their picture taken or who made a large donation to the senior class Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. The staff will
The Associated Collegiate Press announced in March that the NCSU Agromeck yearbook is one of 14 finalists for the national Pacemaker award, one of two top national awards given to college media. The Columbia Scholastic
CSPA director Ed Sullivan with Wilson Eight media advisers from across the nation received the highest award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association this March. Among them was Bradley Wilson, media adviser at North