The greatest songs have equally great stories behind them. In this episode of Undertones, we dive into the unlikely origin of “Hallelujah” and how it became the song it is today.
On October 30th, the African American Cultural Center in partnership with Veteran Affairs and Student Media hosted the Harambee block party. In this episode, Jeanine Ikekhua speaks with black students and some the African American Cultural Center’s staff member about their experience as black people at NC State.
In this episode, Aidan Farmer interviews retiring North Carolina State University English Professor Dr. Cat Warren. She shares her thoughts on journalism, non-fiction writing, her book “What the Dog Knows,” and her panel at the Fall 2021 North Carolina Writers’ Network Conference titled, “To Tell the Truth.”
In this episode of You’ll Never Believe Me But… After Dark, Cutter reveals the true story between the two he told at the beginning of the mini season and some of the storytellers from previous episodes of the season join him to react to the reveal.
In this episode of You’ll Never Believe Me But… After Dark, WKNC videographer and friend of Cutter’s Elle joins him to talk about her experiences being alone in a Metcalf dorm room and her roommate intruding in the middle of cleaning.
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