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Here are this week's top stories:
Marsha Gordon, director of film studies, discusses her new documentary film as well as her film from 2017, which will be eligible for the festival circuit. Gordon begs the question: What’s documentary filmmaking’s place in the pandemic?
Amid the chaos of the pandemic, many students across the country have chosen to take a gap year or defer their first-year enrollment. NC State has not been immune to these changes. Read More
NC State football finally takes the field for the first time this Saturday against Wake Forest, so Correspondent Kevin Sebastian is here to break down what should be an exciting game and give his score prediction. Read More
A&E Editor Austin Dunlow and correspondent Elle Pedigo talk with Irv Coats, the owner of the used bookstore Reader’s Corner, and learn about the community that is created as books are passed on. Read More
While NC State is predominantly a STEM school, correspondent Kristina Beek emphasizes the importance of the arts in our life, especially with context to COVID-19 as the pandemic proved just how dull life can get without the creative arts. Read More
Technician hits up local coffee spot Global Village to talk about coffee, managing a business during a pandemic, and the state of small bus…