In this episode we begin a two part series on the history of the American Civil War. With hostilities at the battle of Fort Sumter, we explore the interpersonal squabbles of Union high command, the enactment of a Republican economic agenda, and the emancipation of millions of enslaved Americans.
The Loaf talks with Charlotte indie band blankstate. about their ep, full length, and other musical goodness. Check them out @blankstate.official on Instagram.
Jasper never cries!
In this episode, we explore the chaotic presidential election of 1860 between Lincoln, Douglas, Breckenridge, and Bell. After decades of building tension, an explosive rift within the Democratic party would allow the first Republican to win the Presidency.
CONTENT WARNING: This episode discusses suicide.
Taking a more serious tone for episode 10 of his show, host Lucas Marsh talks with student mental health advocate, Caden Miller, about his passionate campaign to fight for better mental health services at NC State.
Plover and Atticus from Charlotte pop-punk outfit Seneca Burns talked about their show on Friday, April 14th at the Pour House, as well as the importance of the Milestone to the Charlotte punk scene and what it was like forming a band in the throes of the pandemic.
If you had our own island, who would you bring? How would you structure your society? Who would you let in and who would you ensure never gets in? Why rules would you established? How would you make sure people are treated fair and equal? Would those values exists on your island. Listen to this episode, to hear our answers!
Griffin and Jenna talk NIL, transfer portal and recruits for NC State basketball among other topics.
To start off the episode Brian interviews, Cody Charland, a board member of Skate Raleigh.
Skate Raleigh is the team that is bringing a Skatepark to downtown Raleigh. They discuss the process in developing the park and skateboarding culture in the Triangle.
Following this interview, the Technician News Editor’s give their weekly news.
Episode 9 takes the listeners outside of the studio and into the heart of NC State’s campus: the Brickyard. With guest, Joey Perkins, Lucas discusses freedom of speech while also offering passing students an opportunity practice their “freedom of speech” and participate in the episode.
In this episode, we explore the turbulent presidencies of Taylor, Fillmore, Pierce, and Buchanan, the rising tensions over slavery, the birth of the Republican party, and one man’s abolitionist crusade against slavery.