27 May 2011

STUDIO RENOVATION

WNJR is off-air until early July August for equipment upgrades. Thanks for your patience as we improve our facilities.

14 May 2011

2011-12 WNJR Staff

Station Manager: Jason Lee
Program Director: Position available
Music Directors: Kelly Miller and James Ransaw
Local Music and Electronica: John Frazier
Production Manager: Bob McMahon
Sponsorship Manager: Liz Pace
Publicity Director: Allyse Corbin

05 May 2011

Sign-Off and Fundraiser, Thursday and Friday

WNJR's annual 48 hour year-end event! Thursday and Friday, 5 and 6 May. Final exams start next week, so we are signing off for the academic year. We're also raising money to support our subscriptions to the Pacifica network (our source for Al Jazeera and other news programs), Public Radio Exchange (Radiolab and Live Wire!), and College Music Journal (for new music!). Call in to support alternative radio for Washington County. 724.223.6039 ext 3.

Service disruption, Thursday 5 May

Update: 10:15 am: Internet service has been restored and the WNJR webstream is functioning.

Internet service is down at Washington & Jefferson College, which affects WNJR's webstream and news programs from the Pacifica network. No Al Jazeera at 6 am today, and broadcast of Democracy Now at 8 am is uncertain.

03 May 2011

John Mark Scott's Farewell Lecture "A Child of the College: One Boy's Story"

In the inaugural "last lecture" at Washington and Jefferson College, John Mark Scott delivered "A Child of the College: One Boy's Story" to a packed house that included students, faculty, and friends of W&J.

Opening Remarks: President Haring-Smith and Vice President Jay White
Introduction of JMS: Dr. Robert Dodge, Professor of History
Keynote: John Mark Scott, Jr.
Closing Comments: Dr. Tori Haring-Smith

John Mark Scott Farewell Lecture "A Child of the College: One Boy's Story" by WNJR

John Mark Scott Tonight @ 7pm

WNJR is proud to be the official media coverage of Dr. John Mark Scott's farewell lecture entitled,
"A Child of the College: One Boy's Story" Coverage will begin at 7pm and last until the end of the lecture with the audio being post on this page shortly there after.