In honor of WVU’s Sustainability Week, we had Clement Solomon, the director of Sustainability at WVU and a few of his interns on our show to discuss how we can reduce our carbon footprint. Hosts Chloe Detrick and Schulyer Harvath discussed how to live a greener life and other activities involved with Sustainability Week, which runs from February 25 – March 1.
Thanks to Clement, Dan, and Cecily for coming on the show! To learn more about WVU’s eco-friendly initiatives, visit the Office of Sustainability’s website or follow them on Twitter or Facebook.
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As you may or may not know, today was National Resident Assistant Appreciation Day. U92′s Cori Lucotch and Bryan Popkin brought on West Virginia University RA’s Dave Carl, Andrew Sealy, and Freddy McDonald to talk about the trials and tribulations of being an RA and the importance of serving the incoming freshman class each year.
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We’ve gotten a few listeners asking about Krysta Bailey and her business, Wyldethings, that was featured on last week’s episode. Here is a link to her website.
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Our first recorded episode of the semester went off without a hitch! Thanks to Krysta Bailey, animal and pet care expert and owner of “Spoiled,” came on to speak with Ardath Osborne and Mariah Elliot. Bailey spoke about nutrition for pets and gave advice encompassing all areas of pet care. A special thanks to Schuyler Harvath, Ashley DeNardo, and Milly Mullins also joined to train to someday host their own shows.
A huge thanks to Ardath Osborne and Mariah Elliot for hosting last night’s episode! And another thanks to Krysta Bailey for chatting with us last night about tips for pet owners.
Last night’s episode will be online today, but while you wait, tune in to U92 for our Non-American Music Marathon! Beginning in 20 minutes, 33 hours of artists who are, you guessed it, not from the United States. 33 hours means 33 different artists.
We hope you all had a great winter break and are ready for another great semester of talk radio! Feedback kicked off its spring season tonight, with Dr. Brian Quigley of wellWVU. Hosts Cori Lucotch and Chloe Detrick went inside the mind of mass murders and discussed the mental issues associated with sucts acts of violence. Due to technical issues, the episode did not record and we are not able to but it online, but this should be fixed by next week’s episode.
A big thanks to all of the staff members who came in to train: you’ll be hearing some new voices over the airwaves in the coming weeks of Feedback!
In the meantime, don’t forget to tune in for the best newest in college radio at 91.7 fm or online!
Following the university’s major announcement to majorly redevelop the Sunnyside neighborhood, many students are left with unanswered questions and concerns. Luckily for them, this week’s Feedback episode will be focusing on just that.
This week, hosts Chloe Detrick and Ardath Osborne will be interviewing Jim Manilla, the Mayor of Morgantown, as well as the Interim Dean of Students at West Virginia University, Corey Farris, to address the concerns of the student population. This episode is special in that we will be fielding questions from students! Contact U92 before or during the show to have your personal concerns answered LIVE on the air straight from the source!
You can contact U92 by tweeting to @U92WVU with the hashtag #Feedback, commenting or messaging U92′s Facebook page, calling the Request Line at 304-293-3692, or by emailing email@example.com.
Be sure to listen LIVE this Wednesday as we tackle this relevant and sensitive subject. The show starts at 7p.m. — tune to 91.7 FM or listen to our live online stream on our website!