Author: Bradley Wilson

January 24, 2007

WKNC to hold benefit concert Feb. 2

WKNC 88.1 will hold its fourth annual Double Barrel Benefit Friday, Feb. 2 and Saturday, Feb. 3 at King’s Barcade in Raleigh. Friday night will include performances by Megafaun, The Old Ceremony, The Prayers and

January 19, 2007

Five new members of honorary society to be inducted

Five students will be inducted into the N.C. State chapter of the Society for Collegiate Journalists Feb. 2. The Society, which is the nation’s oldest honorary society for collegiate mass communications, according to the Society’s handbook,

December 8, 2006

WKNC concert named ‘favorite’

WKNC’s third annual Double Barrel Benefit, which took place in February, was named by Independent Weekly as one of its favorite shows of 2006. In the “Rock and Roll Quarterly” issue, writer Grayson Currin characterized the

November 3, 2006

WKNC to host birthday bash Nov. 10-11

WKNC 88.1 FM will be hosting a 40th birthday bash Nov. 10-11. On Friday, the bands Doco and SNMNMNM at Kulture in downtown Raleigh will be the attraction for the celebration. Saturday’s bash takes place

November 3, 2006

SCJ to host film, discussion Nov. 13

The NCSU chapter of The Society for Collegiate Journalists is hosting a screening of Peter Weir’s “The Year of Living Dangerously” Monday, Nov. 13, 6-8 p.m. in the campus cinema. Assistant professor Dick Reavis will

November 1, 2006

Photographer, Windhover place third in competitions

The Associated Collegiate Press selected the 2006 edition of N.C. State’s literary magazine, the Windhover, as tied for third place in the Best of Show competition at the national convention ACP co-sponsors with the College

October 16, 2006

WKNC staff raise money for Habitat for Humanity

WKNC 88.1 FM was one of 16 North Carolina State University organizations that raised money for the N.C. State chapter of Habitat for Humanity by participating in the annual Shack-a-thon. Groups constructed shacks out of

October 16, 2006

Student Media photographer finalist for national award

Rob Bradley, a senior in Communication Media Studies and senior photographer with the N.C. State Student Media, was named a finalist in the national Photo Excellence Awards sponsored by the Associated Collegiate Press. His photo,