If you missed Monday’s episode of Eye on the Triangle, no need to fret!
Here’s a brief rundown of the segments for the week with a link for the podcast at the end (although you should definitely tune in live from here on out to listen to some exclusives like music clips throughout the show).
This week, Adam Compton interviewed Nina Szlosberg from the Hillsborough Street Partnership about the renovations project. For more information on the renovations, you can follow ninaszlosberg on Twitter.
Saja Hindi also interviewed Kevin Jennings, owner of Urban Food Group and of Frazier’s and Porter City Tavern on Hillsborough Street, about how the construction has been impacting the businesses during this already tough economic time.
Rachel Sloan interviewed an employee from Schoolkids Records, Eric Tschudi, about how the business is faring with the decline in record sales, even after its move on Hillsborough Street. Kelly Reid also previews Monday night’s Old Bricks show at Slim’s.
Mike Alston interviewed visual artist Ryan Cummings about his work, especially on the Hear Here compilation CD cover.
STUDENT OF THE WEEK:
This week, we featured Logan Sayles, senior in graphic design and co-president of the Design Council. Sayles talked about the life of a design student, the projects he’s worked on and the notorious design school Halloween Bash. Also, check back here for photos Wednesday.
Caitlin Cauley interviewed students around campus and brought you audio clips of their answers to this week’s question: Do you use Twitter, and what do you think of it? The answers may be surprising to some.
And, as always, send in your comments, suggestions, gripes and complaints to email@example.com. We may even read your response live if you so desire.
Don’t forget to tune in again next Monday to WKNC 88.1 for Eye on the Triangle from 7 – 8 p.m. EST or listen online at wknc.org.