Seniors Daniela Patiño and Alan “CHICO” Marines have released their long-awaited debut single, “Miel”—a Spanglish bolero that dropped in April. Both have been heavily involved in Juntos programming at NC State.
Category: Arts & Culture
WKNC 88.1 FM HD-1/HD-2, NC State’s campus radio station, is still broadcasting 24/7 during the pandemic and hopes to take people’s mind off of everything during this unprecedented time.
Four students from the Women of Welch (WOW) Living and Learning Village presented about current issues in society at the NC State Women’s Center’s annual Gender and Equity Symposium, held virtually on April 9.
Financial support has allowed first-generation student Thomas Peters to pursue his love for music as drum major for NC State’s marching band and his goal of a career in information technology.
Xenna Smith writes about Windhover LIV, the newest edition of NC State’s literary and arts magazine.
WKNC’s Laura Mooney interviews the owners of five of Raleigh’s most prominent music venues who have co-created a fundraising campaign to pay staff during closures.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the cancelation of almost every in-person campus event this spring, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs has quickly adapted to the situation and is now offering a plethora of virtual events and activities to engage the NC State community as well as the public.
Laura Mooney, a third-year student studying social work and the general manager for the campus radio station WKNC 88.1 FM HD-1/HD-2, was elected to a one-year term on the College Broadcasters, Inc. board of directors.
WKNC’s South Asian music program Geet Bazaar has brought the music of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and beyond to the Triangle for more than two decades. Hosts Afroz Taj and John Caldwell recently visited WUNC to speak with Frank Stasio on the program “The State of Things.”
By David Menconi Way back in 1908, a man named Lewis Hyder was involuntarily committed to Dorothea Dix Hospital in Raleigh. He was 30 years old, recently returned from a four-year stint in the military,