The reception for the Windhover literary and arts magazine will be Sunday, April 18 at 8 p.m. at the University Crafts Center. At 9 p.m., the staff will host an Open Mic Night where everyone
Author: Bradley Wilson
(Front) Andrea Mason, Mollie Mohr, Susannah Brinkley, Kieran Moreira; (Back) Caleb Van Voorhis, Mario Terry, Thomas Anderson The Student Media Board of Directors hired the top editors and managers for the 2010-2011 academic year at
John Cooper Elias, 2009 editor NEW YORK, NY – The Columbia Scholastic Press Association announced its top awards for collegiate publications March 14. The NCSU yearbook, the Agromeck, received the organization’s highest award, a Gold Crown.
In the spring semester, the Technician named Jeniece Jamison and Jessica Neville to be recipients of the Technician Grant. Jamison is a member of the sports staff and was named the most-improved writer on staff
At the third annual convention of the North Carolina College Media Association, three NCSU student media outlets placed in overall Best of Show and 18 individuals received awards.
At its meeting Friday, Feb. 19, the NCSU chapter of the Society for Collegiate Journalists inducted 13 new members and elected officers.
At the national college media convention this fall the Agromeck yearbook received one of the highest honor given to college yearbooks — a Pacemaker. “Only seven universities had yearbooks that received the Pacemaker,” adviser Bradley
CSPA presents Gold Circle Awards to collegiate journalists The Columbia Scholastic Press Association, of two nationwide collegiate press associations, presented 1,315 Gold Circle Awards to student journalists for newspapers and magazines in schools and colleges in
The College Broadcasters and Associated Collegiate Press named six students as finalists for national awards to be given later this fall. For the second time in two years, College Broadcasters, Inc. has recognized “88.1 Seconds
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