Ryley Fallon ’24 Named Editor-In-Chief of Windhover

Academic and Student Affairs News

The NC State Student Media Board of Directors has named the senior leaders for each of its constituent media outlets in the 2022-23 academic year.

The board tapped the editors-in-chief of Technician, Windhover, and Agromeck, along with the general managers of WKNC 88.1 FM and the Student Media Business and Marketing Office, at its March meeting. The board filled the Roundabout editor-in-chief’s position in April. The coming year’s leaders include Ryley Fallon ’24, who will serve as editor-in-chief of Windhover, NC State’s award-winning annual literary and visual arts magazine.

A group of students selected as leaders for Student Media outlets
NC State Student Media’s top leaders for the 2022-23 academic year are, from left: Roundabout Editor-In-Chief Bran Poster, Agromeck Editor-In-Chief Krishna Patel, Technician Editor-In-Chief Shilpa Giri, Windhover Editor-In-Chief Ryley Fallon ’24, WKNC 88.1 FM HD-1/HD-2 General Manager Maddie Jennette, and Student Media Business and Marketing Office General Manager Tim Werner.

Ryley Fallon is a third-year student studying English with a concentration in creative writing. She joined the Windhover staff in spring 2021, first as a volunteer and then as literary editor. Ryley came to NC State with considerable experience editing a literary and arts magazine, having served as lead editor for Southern Voices, the literary and art magazine for the Mississippi School of Mathematics. In addition to her Student Media work, Ryley is active with the College Mentors for Kids program, a virtual extracurricular program for Raleigh youth. She is also a Park Scholar.

This is an excerpt of an article originally published by the Department of Academic and Student Affairs.