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Come join WKNC at Homecoming 2011: Tame the Tigers

Support N.C. State and come to Homecoming events continuing through the weekend!

On Friday, Nov. 18, Wear Red, Get Fed will be providing food once again in the Brickyard starting at 11 a.m. A blood drive will also be held all day in the Bragaw Activity Room and Carmichael Playzone.

That night will be the Homecoming Parade on Hillsborough Street starting at 6 p.m. And guess what? The parade will be emceed by your very own KNC DJs! Come join jose jose, Mollypop, Elly May and Jeff as they host the festivities.

Right after the parade at 7 p.m. will be the Homecoming Pep Rally: Packhowl presents The Wayans Brothers emceed by KNC’s DJ Carizmatic.

So come on out to the celebration and cheer on your Wolfpack as we try to Tame the Tigers!


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Homecoming with WKNC!

It’s that time of year again—and WKNC is helping the Pack get ready to beat Wake Forest!

NC State Homecoming 2010: No Wake Zone kicks off this Sunday, November 7, at 4 p.m. on Harris Field (corner of Cates and Dan Allen on NC State’s campus). WKNC will be among other organizations participating in the festivities, as well as supplying music for the event. Come out to meet your favorite deejays, get free t-shirts, free food, and more!

For the full schedule of Homecoming week events, check out NC State Homecoming’s facebook.

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Homecoming 2009 Pack Howl act announced!

If you missed it, WKNC’s newly created public affairs show, Eye on the Triangle, had the honor tonight of announcing this year’s Pack Howl act. N.C. State’s Homecoming in previous years has featured The Avett Brothers, Guster, N.E.R.D., Common and Crossfade. This year, however, a band won’t be performing in the Pack Howl Concert. Instead, on Friday, Nov. 6, the CollegeHumor Live Comedy Tour will be performing in Pack Howl, ending the week’s festivities.

The show starts at 7 p.m. on Lee Field. This event is open to the public, and students don’t have to reserve tickets in advance. Homecoming Chair Adam Compton said he hopes to attract at least 2,000 people.

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