Whether you're a fan of the critters around campus or you're a staunch supporter of milk, there's probably an NC State Instagram account for your preferences. Correspondent Cate Strantz chats with a couple of the famous parody accounts, discussing the highs and lows of creating a viral Instagram profile.
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Parking spots can be confusing, especially for new students and those unfamiliar with campus. Correspondent Caleb Jolley asked students about their favorite spots to park, with his own review of on-campus parking decks.
Tailgating is back, giving students a glimpse at times prior to COVID-19. Correspondent Shelby Bryson talked to multiple attendees about the atmosphere surrounding NC State football this fall.
The Poole College of Management unveiled its newest mural celebrating Latinx Heritage Month, representing shared cultural experiences and symbols across the Latin community.
‘Montero’, Lil Nas X’s debut and newest album, expands on the artist’s previous work in substantial ways — but not enough.
‘star crossed’ is Kacey Musgraves’ newest album, with the singer detailing moments of grief, healing and reflection on the 15-track release.
PeakFest was held in Apex this weekend, with entertainment, local vendors and a 9/11 memorial ceremony, emphasizing Apex’s small-town feel.
Looking for a bite to eat? Check out correspondent Jonathon Eigenmann’s review of the best spots on campus.
A brief recap of Hopscotch 2021 including Kate Rhudy, Makaya McCraven, Dr. Dog, Flying Lotus, Les The Genius, and Animal Collective.
Paved Paradise, a record and merch pop-up shop hitting 15 cities across the country, visited downtown Durham on Sept. 14. Technician sat down with Ken Shipley, co-founder of the record label the Numero Group, to discuss the tour’s success thus far.
For the first installment of Technician’s Who’s Who series, correspondent Jameson Wolf sits down with WKNC General Manager Maddie Jenette to talk about her start as a music aficionado.
Assistant Culture Editor Myra Bari breaks down the Latinx campus organizations and resources that members of the community and allies can take advantage of during Latinx Heritage Month.
Downtown Raleigh welcomed back Hopscotch Music Festival this weekend. From a two-day local art market to live music spanning across several genres, there was something exciting for every attendee.
It goes without saying that Drake’s newest album is a little… underwhelming. Managing Editor Tristan Tucker delves into all 21 tracks, reflecting on the highs and lows.
Construction is a constant at NC State, upgrading the University’s numerous buildings, including renovations to D.H. Hill Library and the new Wellness and Recreation Center.
An eclectic mix of dance pop and delicious bass boosts, Lady Gaga’s newest album is anything but boring. Managing editor Caryl Espinoza Jaen dives into “Dawn of Chromatica,” rating it an overly ambitious yet conservative addition to Gaga’s discography.
Read all about it! After a year-long hiatus of weekly newspapers, Technician is officially back on the stands around campus.
In the first installment of Technician’s “Research roundup” series, correspondent Patsy McKee talks with Sam Blumenfeld, a fourth-year student and researcher about his project for the improvement of loblolly pines.
Love him or hate him, you can’t deny Kanye West’s massive impact on the music industry. Assistant Sports Editor Wade Bowman gives his take on “Donda,” West’s 27-track project.