Initially created during the 1980s by the American Library Association, Banned Books Week has been a movement celebrated each year from Sept. 27 to Oct. 3. The movement has sought to spark a nationwide conversation about banned books, as well as the implications behind banning texts that are…
In the fifth edition of our “Who’s Who at Student Media” series, Assistant A&E Editor Abbie Davies-Cutting profiles Cliff Maske, the editor-in-chief of Roundabout.
COVID-19 has forced Arts NC State to adapt to a number of changes. Correspondent Sally Parker spoke to Rich Holly, executive director for the arts, and Amy Sawyer-Williams, the coordinator for arts outreach and engagement, to better understand how programming has responded to the pandemic and budget cuts.
Correspondent Emilie Osborne gives her take on the GBLT Center’s screening of “Rafiki.” The film showcases a forbidden love story in Kenya, where homosexuality is illegal. However, despite the deep content, the movie tells a tale of hope and celebration of National Coming Out Day on Oct. 11.
On Sept. 23, the Gregg Museum of Art and Design reopened after nearly seven months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The museum has implemented several safety precautions including weekend closures which has drastically cut their number of visitors.
With the popular NC State tradition, Packapalooza, gone from campus this year due to COVID-19, correspondent Sally Parker covers how it affects the local economy.
In the fourth edition of our “Who’s Who at Student Media” series, Assistant A&E Editor Abbie Davies-Cutting profiles Cameron Motsinger, the editor-in-chief of Agromeck.
Tailgating may be essential to the college experience, but masks are essential for a tailgate. Dr. Julie Casani, medical director for Student Health Services, weighs in on student tailgating in a pandemic.
Videographer Rhiannon See interviews professor run band The Quadrivium Project, getting the backstage intel on what's what with the band.