On tonight’s set, our very own Benjamin Denton has hit the bricks of North Carolina State University, microphone in hand, to interview our university’s clubs, congregations, and cabals. Tonight’s order? The English Club and its officer Andrew Mcfajen. Join us as they talk writing, the power of groups in the creative process, and the benefits of putting in hours at the club. Afterwards we have four stories from the North Carolina News Service. Nadia Ramlagan disussues how Conservation Groups Challenge Repeal of Clean Water Act Protections and the passing of a bill in North Carolina enabling individuals to revoke the right of consent. 2020 Talks is tracking this year’s election process, and Arizona researchers warn that the planet’s climate is entering a period of climate emergency. Oof.
On tonight’s episode of Eye on the Triangle, we have an interview with Darrell Harris, a firefighter turned healthcare professional who has begun a sanitation service to address the presence of infectious diseases in public trash cans. Darrell takes to the streets in his custom built trucks, lifting, inverting, and hosing down trashcan interiors and exteriors with 200 degree jets of heated water. Afterwards, our contributor Brandon Phillips headed down to 321 Coffee to interview Lindsay Wrege Micheal Evans, Liam Dao, and. 321 Coffee is a student founded nonprofit that employees individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Brandon and co discuss the founding of 321, its future, and its first day.