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EOT150 Optimizing Food Bank Distribution 10/7/14                             

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:

Contributor Michaela brings a lot of local news for our listeners, including some sustainability talk, NC State’s cybersecurity events this month, and the changes to North Carolina’s voting laws.

Here at NC State, we have a large variety of majors, and Industrial & Systems Engineering is just one of them. A professor in the department is part of an incredible effort to help local food banks optimize their food distribution.

Listen to all this, plus news beyond the headlines from Sydney and our Community Calendar.

Nick Savage and the EOT crew 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.

Listen to episode 150.

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EOT134 NCSU Holiday Break Energy Saving Initiative 12/3/13

There’s a study abroad program here at NC State that takes you somewhere you may never have thought of going.  NC State alumnus and former Eye on the Triangle host Jake Langlois dropped by to give us a special report.  

NC State’s holiday break is coming up, but what happens to all of the campus buildings when everyone leaves?  Nick has the story.

This week we’ve also got another installment of poet’s corner, featuring in-house talent Selma reciting from her personal repertoire.  

Certain animal shelters here in North Carolina have been brought into the spotlight because of their practices.  Michaela has the story about the controversy.

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.

Listen to episode 134.

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EOT34 Sustainability and Tuition Increase 7/14/10

There are two VIPs this week: NCSU Sustainability Outreach Coordinator David Dean and Student Senate President Stephen Kouba. Dean will talk about his office and Kouba will discuss the recent $900 tuition increase at N.C. State. The D.H. Hill Color Wall is the subject of Community Canvas and Hear This focuses on the MusicSpark component of September’s SparkCon Festival.

Listen to episode 34.