Eye on the Triangle is WKNC’s weekly public affairs programming, with news, interviews, opinion, weather, sports, arts, music, events, and issues that matter to NCSU, Raleigh, and the Triangle. This week on EOT:
Many of us only appreciate the clothing worn by dancers for their aesthetic value. Dancers, though, can tell you that there’s much more to the outfits than there may seem. A student here at NC State is knee-deep in her own business devoted to helping solve a problem commonly faced by dancers.
Michaela has another local author for us this week. Drew Bridges, author and owner of the Storyteller’s Bookstore in Wake Forest, stopped by the studio for a chat.
The Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969 was and continues to be a source of awe and inspiration for people around the world. A new project, titled Mars One, could possibly blow that achievement out of the water, and a student right here at NC State may get the chance to participate. Our newest contributor, Saba, has more.
Listen to all this, plus national and international news from Andrew and Sydney, meteorologist Katie Costa’s forecast, Ben with sports, and a community calendar.
Nick Savage and Andrew Eichen bring you another edition 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.