Lucas Rinaldi: “Joining the radio station has made me feel more connected to campus and I’ve made new friends along the way.” Liam Sloan: “I really took for granted about the work that goes into being a part of a radio station, and I have really learned a lot in the short time that I have been here.”
“College radio provides an outlet for people not familiar with the profession, and it allows us to freely express and create, as well as gain relevant job experience. And the radio station is such a fun family environment that has given me so many fun memories!”
“College radio has become a second home to me and the people here have become my second family. It has also made me feel a part of this campus, and I get to work with vinyl everyday, so that’s a plus!”
Dan McCormick: “One of the things I like about the radio station is how it’s set a part from other radio stations because you can play non-mainstream music, and play from a wider range of genres instead of the most popular music out there.” Mike Tomasulo: “I like how new bands have a better chance of having airtime that they wouldn’t have with other radio stations. What I also like about college radio is the family bond here and how everyone works together to create a busines
“Having my own radio show has given me a creative outlet, as well as a different appreciation of music that comes from all types of genres, rather than the classical music I listen to in music classes. College radio has also brought to me a group of beautiful people I get to call my friends!”
Today is National College Radio Day, and we are celebrating with college radios across the country by hosting a live broadcast in the campus Tim Hortons from 1pm-4pm, right after our regularly scheduled High Noon Friday!