I know that I’m a bit behind in the Podcasts currently, but no worries, we will be completely up to date tonight. All of our great shows in past few weeks will be accessible through iTunes within 12 hours.
Thanks for bearing with me,
Public Affairs Assistant Director
EDIT: Might take a little bit longer, technical difficulties.
As always we are bringing you weather and news for this week. However, our show is extremely special today, as all of our stories will pertain to the different effects of Amendment 1. This week, we will cover the different legal, sociological, and economical impacts that this new Amendment has had on the state of North Carolina. Lastly, we’ll have Deondre’s Restaurant Highlight of the Week as well. Be sure to tune in tonight at 7p.m.! It’ll be a great show!
It’s summer! That’s right, school’s out, but that doesn’t mean we’ve gone anywhere! It’s out first Eye on the Triangle for the summer. We’ve changed out schedule just a little bit, so now we’ll only be broadcasting every other week instead of every week. But don’t worry! Come August, we’ll go right back to the weekly schedule.
This week, we’ve got stories of the summer festival Theaterfest, happening right here on the NC State Campus, as well as coverage of the ongoing Eugenics settlements happening all around the state. In addition, we show a little love to our home city, Raleigh! Tune in, it’s going to be a great show!
As the 2012 year draws to a close, we hope you will enjoy our last show for the school year. This week we bring you stories of the Carolina RollerGirls, the live of Emergency Service Workers, and Chris Hughe’s visit to N.C. State. In addition, Nick Savage spoke with advocates for the Wake County Transit Plan. This is also his last show, and we wish him the best of luck in Europe next year! Tune in!
As you know, this week’s Eye on the Triangle had to be canceled. Luckily, we found a new time for next week’s show. It will air on Monday, March 19, at 7 p.m. as opposed to Tuesday. This is for next week only; we will be back to our normal schedule after that. Be sure and tune in for your weekly dose of Eye on the Triangle. See you then!
We were busy working on tonight’s show when we recieved some bad news. Baseball will be broadcasting beginning at 6 p.m., which means that there will be no Eye on the Triangle this week. Unfortunately, there is also a baseball game next week at the same time, so there won’t be a show at 7 p.m. on Tuesday either. We are working on finding another time to broadcast. Stay tuned!
We’ve been hard at work getting caught up on some things we’ve been putting off for a while now. You can now find all of our Podcasts online under the “Listen” link right here on the website! Our Valentine’s Day show was a big success, and as Spring Break approaches, we’re doing our best to make sure we’ll be back to bring you the news once school is back in session. Included in this week’s show was a discussion on the national deficit, coverage of the N.C. State Student Secular Alliance, and a little bit about the NCSU Memes that have been making the rounds on campus.
For this week’s Eye on the Triangle, Will Allen interviews some members of Vote Against, a group campaigning against Proposition 1, up for vote this spring. Contributor Mark Herring has some thoughts on the always-controversial Charles Darwin as well as the war in Afghanistan. Deondre Jones has some thoughts about our fast paced way of life. As always, we’ve got one eye on the arts, weather, news, and current events around campus.