Student Media is comprised of five student-run media outlets and our business and marketing office. Paid and volunteer opportunities are available as a writer, photographer, designer, DJ, videographer, advertising rep and more.
Newspapers, Publications, and Radio
The year in review provides the final historical record of events from a student perspective. 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.
The voice of African-American students, Nubian Message allows people to learn about different aspects of African-American culture. The bi-weekly newspaper is a source of useful information for all students by reporting on appealing University events.
A weekly newspaper, Technician reports the events of interest to the University community and functions as a meeting place for campus opinions through letters and guest-written material. The paper is printed Thursdays during the fall and spring semester.
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 an audio download.
WKNC 88.1 FM HD-1 is a student-run, non-commercial, educational college 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, electronic, hip-hop and metal.
Business and Marketing office
An outlet for advertisers, the business and marketing 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 cross-promotional events.