What we learned in Orlando

NCSU Student Media sent four students and two advisers to the National College Media Convention Oct. 26-30 in Orlando, Florida. The group attended informational sessions on topics ranging from photography, design and writing to recruitment, management and running meetings. They even brought home a few awards. Take a look at what was learned.

Agromeck Senior Portraits Nov. 15-18

Be part of one of N.C. State’s longest-running tradition – the Agromeck yearbook. Since 1903, Agromeck has chronicled the lives of NCSU students and served as a treasured reminder of the good old days for thousands of alumni. All graduating seniors are invited to take part in this time-honored tradition with a free senior portrait. Not only will you get your portrait IN the book, but you’ll also qualify to receive a free copy of Agromeck.

SCJ to host A Clockwork Orange at Campus Cinema

clockwork orange logo The Society for Collegiate Journalists is hosting a showing of A Clockwork Orange, free at the Campus Cinema (Witherspoon Student Center) Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 7 p.m.

See ncsu.edu/cinema for more information.

Students named finalists for national awards

Students from N.C. State Student Media are again being recognized as among the top in the nation by the Associated Collegiate Press and College Broadcasters Inc.


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