This week’s top stories are a doctor’s unemployment crisis in North Carolina and N.C. State’s role in the advancement in electric cars.
A new semester and a new “Eye on the Triangle.” In this edition, we talk about recent controversy surrounding feeding homeless in Raleigh’s Moore Square.
New and archive stories about Packapalooza and Wolfpack Welcome Week.
In this edition of “Eye on the Triangle” we hear an interview with Crystal Taylor about The Underground’s Beat Battle Aug. 7 at Deep South and a Southbound 85, one of the bands performing at this year’s Packapalooza.
Fastmed urgent care has many locations around North Carolina. Not only do they provide medical care, but they also run a program to keep our state’s athletes out of the hospital in the summer. Deondre’ has more on Fastmed and there Keep Cooler program.
N.C. State is ushering in a whole new college to unify our sciences. This college is bringing forth a plethora of new opportunities for our students and the public. Here is my interview with Dean Solomon of the new College of Sciences.
Our last story highlights an up and coming lawyer turned comedian who will be performing in Raleigh, Thursday night. Alex Barnett is also a contestant on the comedy world series with an interesting story to tell. Deondre’ has more.
Some very big changes took place on the student leadership front on campus, leaving us with a new student body president and plenty of unanswered questions. Deondre seeks to answer a few of those in this next story.
N.C. State students are constantly doing really big things in this world. This week, Andrew got the privilege of interviewing Christina Hammock, an N.C. State alum who now works for NASA. We are sorry for the quality of the phone call, please understand that Christina was calling from the island of Samoa, reception is a little weird over there.
Our last story highlights the growing nonprofit drive here in Raleigh, starting with our university’s nonprofit studies minor. Deondre’ has more.
Packapalooza is a giant family NC State tradition that is on the rise. Here is my interview with the former student body president about this year’s Packapalooza.
Cameron Village has a bit of hidden side to it. Do you know about the old Cameron Village?
Campus is abuzz right now with the sounds of heavy machinery and loud drilling. I sat down with transportation to figure the whats and whys of summer construction.
Jake and Gene went all around Raleigh, trying some of the city’s best chocolate shops and bakeries for what turned out to be a delicious excursion.
Gene spoke with a rather interesting professor of hers, a professor in the department of physics, Professor Fortner.
Take any political election, and you’re likely to find some amount of violations of code or conduct, and our school election is no different. Deondre’ Jones has more.
Gene Zhirnov recently had the chance to speak with one of the students currently running for president of the student body. Matthew Williams dropped by to speak with gene about the election and what he would do if elected student body president.
Now, we were curious about how you, the Wolfpack, felt about all this campaigning on campus recently. Do you love it? Glad it’s over? How interested are you? We went to find out.
The Hellzapoppin’ circus will be making a stop tomorrow night at the Pour House in downtown Raleigh. Andrew recently had the opportunity to speak with Brice “The Guvnuh” Graves about just what the hell the Hellzapoppin’ circus is.
Last year UNC physics professor Paul Frampton was sentenced to four years of house arrest for attempting to smuggle drugs through Argentina. Here’s Deondre’ with more.