College Radio Still Rocks

According to the New York Times, college radio is still pretty freakin’ awesome. Not necessarily because anybody is listening, but because it acts as a petri dish for the musical people who, one day, will shape the music industry. Where could this possibly be more true than here at Wesleyan?

For those of you who are not yet aware, Wesleyan’s own WESU 88.1 FM is one of the best college radio stations in the country. President Roth recently wrote a plug for WESU on his blog, and we at Wesleying have also given WESU a fair amount of coverage in recent weeks:

So if you haven’t tried it yet, go rediscover the magic of radio. You never know what you’re going to hear – and somehow that makes it so much better.

p.s. For those of you who are confused about the “all the way left on your dial” thing, they stream their programming online. You can listen to radio without the hassle of 20th century technology.
p.p.s. No, I don’t work at WESU. I’m just a devoted fan.

16 thoughts on “College Radio Still Rocks

  1. Anonymous

    I just tuned in for the first time, and am thoroughly enjoying the Grateful Dead. Word up, WESU.Thank you for reminding me over and over until I listened, Wesleying.

  2. Anonymous

    I just tuned in for the first time, and am thoroughly enjoying the Grateful Dead. Word up, WESU.
    Thank you for reminding me over and over until I listened, Wesleying.

  3. Anonymous

    Nothing better than waking up late on a sunday, turning on WESU and listening to “The Cosmic Power Hour with Ashtar and Galactic Command.”Glad to see my donation is being spent well.

  4. Anonymous

    Nothing better than waking up late on a sunday, turning on WESU and listening to “The Cosmic Power Hour with Ashtar and Galactic Command.”

    Glad to see my donation is being spent well.

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