After you got a brief rundown of the latest news from Eye on the Triangle, we kicked the show off with two great, short monologues. Saja Hindi sat down with two VIP N.C. State fans — one is a student who doesn’t particularly enjoy football games but sometimes attends tailgates for the social atmosphere and one is an alumnus who is such a sports devotee, he now is interning at the Wolfpack Club.
This week’s Hear This consisted of the EOT team giving listeners a look into local history within WKNC’s own library. Mike Alston gave a brief history and clip from the Backsliders, which broke up in 1999; Jacob Downey — the Boy Wonder Jinx, which broke up in 1998; and Rachel Sloane — Ladderback, which broke up in 2002.
For Community Canvas, Mike sat down with photojournalist Jason Arthurs who graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2003 with a degree in journalism to hear about his work. Arthurs now works as a freelancer and produces both print photography and video content.
Finally, this week’s Wolfpacker of the Week was Liz Walters, a senior in graphic design and representative of Campus Arts Council and Arts N.C. State.