Nuclear Disasters and ‘The Day After’
Marsha Gordon was among the 100 million people who watched a controversial "what if" film in the early 1980s about nuclear disaster. Now a professor of film studies at NC State, Gordon asks, "Is it time for a 21st century version of 'The Day After'?"
Student Contest: Spend a Day With the Dean
Wanted: A Humanities and Social Sciences student with a busy schedule and a sense of adventure. Enter this contest to spend a day side by side with your dean, Jeff Braden. Show him your world, and learn about his.
Movies on the Radio: Money, Money, Money
From grim tales of greedy gangsters like "Baby Face," "Scarface," and "Goodfellas" to the cheesy 1980s film "They Live" that told viewers, "[Money] is your God," directors have tackled the subject of money for years. Marsha Gordon, NC State Film Studies, discusses films on Movies on the Radio.
Alumna Maggie Kane Has Found Her ‘Place at the Table’
Alumna Maggie Kane (International Studies '13) is opening Raleigh's first pay-what-you-can cafe.
Year in Review: Our Top Stories of 2017
It's been a busy year for the college. Take a look back at some of our top stories of 2017.
The Magic Of Animation: Movies On The Radio
NC State film professor Marsha Gordon discusses our favorite animated movies with Movies on the Radio host Frank Stasio and Laura Boyes, film curator at the NC Museum of Art.
A Desire to Help Others
After a meaningful student experience at NC State, alumna Ghazale Johnston is now a leading advocate for the university, giving of both her time and resources.
Movies On The Radio: Witches, Wizards, And Warlocks
NC State film studies professor Marsha Gordon discusses the lasting legacy of witches, wizards and warlocks in the movies.
Meet Our 2017-18 Dean’s Scholars
Humanities and Social Sciences is proud to introduce the latest recipients of the Dean's Scholar Award.
Blade Runner’s Chillingly Prescient Vision of the Future
NC State film studies professor Marsha Gordon writes about the film "Blade Runner" and its chillingly prescient vision of the future in this Arts and Culture column in "The Conversation."