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Leadership Teamwork

Camaraderie Integrity Join the Student Media family and LEARN LIFE SKILLS that will benefit you regardless of your chosen career path. And along the way, help TO INFORM AND TO ENTERTAIN the students of North Carolina State University. JOIN THE TEAM.

NC STATE Student Media >05+/6=,9

RICHARD CURTIS, USA Today, managing editor/design > As a Design

School student, learning how to juggle a strenuous and extremely demanding academic schedule with the responsibilities of working at the Technician (editor, 19711972) were lessons that stayed with me over the past 40 years. It was one of the grand experiences of my life.

MIKE ALSTON, Teach for America, educator > My peers and co-workers in

Student Media (WKNC general manager, 2009-2010) became family. We shared struggles and successes, good days and bad days. Most importantly, we shared and reached common goals and learned a hell of a lot in the process.

GREG MULHOLLAND, Sageworks, senior analyst and director of strategic alliances > Student Media (photographer,

2004-2005) connected me with parts of N.C. State that I would never have seen otherwise. In my time there, I made friends University wide, and was able to understand points of view that I had never before considered.

BEN McNEELY, News 14 Carolina, senior web producer > Student Media (Technician

managing editor, 2004-2005) gave practical experience in journalism, but it also gave me more: A vocation, friendship and a chance to make a difference at N.C. State.

CARIE PAGE, Educause, community engagement manager, Next Generation Learning Challenges > One of the magical things about Technician (co-editor, 20042005) is that it’s yours. Each day, eight pages of text and copy come from your camera, your keyboard, your team. Knowing that the student body would be pulling open the paper each day instilled a great deal of responsibility. And, at the end of the day, an overwhelming sense of pride for your friends and fellow staff members.

Agromeck The year in review provides the final historical record of events from a student perspective. The Agromeck documents the highlights of the lives of the students, faculty and staff on campus, covering everything from football games to fraternity and sorority events to classroom activities. > 515-2409,

Business office Nubian Message An outlet for advertisers, the business office offers advertising sales for print and online media, sponsorship opportunities for radio and video as well as advertisement design. In addition, students assist media outlets in marketing efforts and lead crosspromotional events. > 515-2411,

The voice of AfricanAmerican students, the Nubian Message allows people to learn about different aspects of AfricanAmerican culture. The weekly newspaper is a source of useful information for all students by reporting on appealing University events. > 515-1468,




Wolf TV

A daily newspaper, the Technician reports the events of interest to the University community and functions as a meeting place for campus opinions through letters and guestwritten material. The paper is available five days a week during the fall and spring semesters and once a week during summer sessions. > 515-2411,

A literary and visual arts journal, Windhover includes written and graphic arts representing the creativity of students, faculty, staff and alumni. The magazine emphasizes poetry, fiction, drama, and essays, as well as the visual arts — photography, painting, sculpture and drawings. The magazine also recognizes musicians with a CD. > 515-5012,

WKNC 88.1 FM is a studentrun, non-commercial, educational radio station that broadcasts at 25,000 watts throughout central North Carolina. WKNC prides itself in offering forms of music that cannot be heard anywhere else on the dial. Primary formats are indie rock, metal, hip-hop and electronica. > 515-2401,

Providing video content for other media outlets as well as producing original content, Wolf TV gives students interested in broadcast media experience in creating new, informative and entertaining programming online and through the campus cable outlet. > 515-2411,

REBECCA HESLIN, USA Today, online life editor > My time in Technician’s (editor,

2005-2006) newsroom proved to be a onestop shop for my journalism education. I entered the job market armed with skills not taught in any classroom — the most marketable being experience in every facet of the news publishing process, something no J-school can provide.

ROB BRADLEY, D.H. Griffin Construction, marketing coordinator

> Everyone who graduates from NCSU will have a degree, but how many will have a demonstrated ability to work well in teams. Thanks to Student Media (photographer, 2002-2007), I did; and I have a career because of it.

RYLAND O. CLARK, Technimark, quality engineer > My involvement in student media (Wolf TV station manager, 20092010) allowed me to uncover my true potential. I was surrounded by a great support team that helped turn my dream into a reality and make a difference at N.C. State.

CORDERA “C.J.” GUION, State Employees’ Credit Union, financial services officer > The thing that I loved

most about Student Media was the fact that almost every decision lies in the hands of the student. As Nubian Message editor (2011-2012), it almost seemed like I was running my very own business.

National Recognition FOR YOU. FOR THE MEDIA. FOR THE UNIVERSITY. AGROMECK • Associated Collegiate Press Pacemaker 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010; ACP Best of Show 2007, 2008; Columbia Scholastic Press Association Silver Crown 2004, 2007; Gold Crown 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 TECHNICIAN • Columbia Scholastic Press Association Silver Crown fall 2005, spring 2006

LUCY TATUM AUSTIN, attorney > As

editor of the Agromeck (2003-2004), I learned to persevere in doing careful, detail-oriented work, cultivating a diligence which is essential in my current practice as an attorney. RYAN DANIELS, Democratic National Convention Committee, deputy press secretary > At N.C. State I learned how to create an effective pitch, which is the ability to sell an idea or story to someone. Working at Student Media (business office sales, 2005-2007) allowed me to practice what I learned and perfect my ability to pitch by selling ad space for the newspaper, radio station, and yearbook. My experience has translated into valuable skills that I’ve been able to use in every job I’ve had since graduating.

Environmental portrait, first place LUIS ZAPATA, TECHNICIAN 2011, Associated Collegiate Press Newspaper design/spread, fourth place SUSANNAH BRINKLEY, TECHNICIAN 2011, Associated Collegiate Press

WINDHOVER • Associated Collegiate Press Pacemaker 1992, 1994, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2010, finalist 2011; ACP Best of Show 2003, 2010, 2011; Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Crown 2007, 2008 Silver Crown 2010 WKNC • Independent Weekly’s Best of the Triangle 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012; Best Radio DJ 2006, finalist 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012

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