This week we present a very special edition of Eye On the Triangle: our best of 2013! We bring you our favorite pieces from the past year all in one episode, our final one for this year.
With a university as big as NC State, there are bound to be some people with interesting and amazing careers. Our own Gene Zhirnov found one earlier this year and sat down with him for an interview.
The United Nations is a massive organization that involves the cooperation of many countries and people from around the world. Jake sat down with an ambassador from New Zealand this year.
Needless to say, the Hofmann Forest sale has been generating a lot of controversy over the course of the past year. Earlier this year, prior to the revelations of the past few months, Dean Watzin of the College of Natural Resources spoke with Deondre about the forest and her college.
NC State students are constantly doing really big things in this world. Just before this semester started, Andrew had the privilege of interviewing Christina Hammock, an alumna who now works for NASA, via a phone call from her then-assigned location in American Samoa.
Here at WKNC, we premiered a new Youtube series this Fall, and it’s definitely worth checking out.
Listen to all this, plus national and international news from Andrew, your forecast for the next week, and a community calendar.
Nick Savage and Andrew Eichen bring you another semester of “Eye on the Triangle,” live each Tuesday at 7 p.m. on WKNC 88.1 FM and wknc.org/listen and available as a downloadable podcast, starting on January 14th, 2014.