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Rutgers University’s 251st Commencement

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Rutgers University celebrated its graduates at the school’s 251st commencement on Sunday, May 14, 2017.  The keynote speaker was Steven Van Zandt of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band and The Sopranos.  Coverage was hosted by Dom Savino, Ryan Berger, and Lauren Forsman.  Pre-commencement coverage included a memory montage from WRSU seniors, as well as an interview with author, WRSU Alum, and Professor Mark Beal, discussing his new book, “101 Lessons They Never Taught You In College.”  Plus, interviews with Jason Gaines and Yauris Hernandez, “future scholars” from New Brunswick who were among the more than eleven thousand graduates upon whom degrees were conferred at High Point Solutions Stadium.

Hear WRSU’s entire coverage below:


Hear the 1982 AIAW Championship Game Rebroadcast online!

Relive the 1982 AIAW National Championship won by the Lady Knights on-demand!  Including memories from players Mary and Patty Coyle, Chris Dailey and Patty Delehanty; Coach Theresa Grentz; and sportswriters Paul Franklin and Mel Greenberg. Narrated by Dominick Savino. Also hear our Rutgers Day 2017 version of Alumni Knightline, as Dom revisits the game and that team with the WRSU alums who covered the Lady Knights:  Jon Newman, Geoff Sadow and Jim Berman.  Scroll below the graphic for audio.

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AIAW Championship Game – 1st Half

 

AIAW Championship Game – 2nd Half

 

Alumni Knightline, Rutgers Day 2017

 

 


Listen to WRSU’s rebroadcast of the 1967 NIT Quarterfinals!!

On Rutgers Day 2017, WRSU brought you live inside the College Avenue Gym, affectionately known as “The Barn,” for the court dedication in honor of Jim Valvano.  Find the audio to listen to that broadcast below, as well as the 1967 NIT Quarterfinal win over New Mexico from Madison Square Garden, the Mecca of College Basketball, and an interview with Lee Ginsberg, one of the two WRSU student announcers who broadcast every game of that magical 1966-67 season.

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Jim Valvano Court Dedication

 

NIT Quarterfinals – 1st Half

 

NIT Quarterfinals – 2nd Half

 

Lee Ginsberg Interview

 

 


Rutgers Day Bishop Beach Live Performances!

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Upcoming Sports Broadcasts

Wednesday, November 16: Women Basketball at Charlotte 6:40 pm – 10 pm

Saturday, November 18:  Football at Indiana TBA

Sunday, November 19: Men’s Basketball vs Coppin St 12:10 pm – 4 pm & Women’s Basketball vs Wake Forest 6:10 pm – 10 pm

 


WRSU Launches Mobile App

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WRSU is proud to announce the launch of its brand-new mobile app!

The app allows you to take WRSU wherever you go and listen live on any mobile device. You can also browse our schedule to find your favorite shows, get information about how to join Rutgers Radio, and learn more about the official radio station of Rutgers University

The WRSU app is available now on the App Store for all Apple users and the Google Play Store for all Android users. Click here to download the free iOS app! Click here to download the free Android app!

Many thanks go to Webmaster Marshal Nink, whose months of hard work are the driving force behind WRSU’s first-ever mobile app.

Founded in 1948, WRSU-FM is one of the oldest college radio stations in the country and serves as the official student radio station of Rutgers University. Stay up-to-date on our latest programming by following us on Twitter (@WRSU) and on Facebook (@RutgersRadio).


Overnight Sensations:
One of WRSU-FM’s longest running shows!

Overnight Sensations started in 1983 and has had many hosts including Ethan Stein, Matt Pinfield, Bryan Bruden, Brian Bosie, Jared Migden, Lia Wilderman, and others. Through the years of hosts, live-in-studio bands, and guests, the show has always delivered the best local music!

Long time host Geoff Pape retired from WRSU in May 2016. We miss Geoff lots and at the same time are thrilled that Frank Bridges is our next host of Overnight Sensations!

No stranger to radio or local music, Frank started at WRSU in 1990 and has played in many bands over the years. He has lots of cool stuff planned for 2017, be sure to tune in Fridays 10pm-12midnight on WRSU-FM.

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Frank Bridges on his way to Overnight Sensations

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The closing crew for Geoff’s Overnight Sensations sendoff show: L-R, Patrick (Dinosaur Eyelids), Tiny (A Halo Called Fred), Geoff (WRSU), Queenie (A Halo Called Fred), Gary (The Fletchers), Jared (WRSU), Lisa (WRSU)


WRSU CMJ Charts 2016

WRSU CMJ Charts 2016!

WRSU CMJ Charts 2016

Check out the top 50 albums of 2016 here!


Tune in Christmas weekend for Encore Performances of “A Christmas Carol”

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Tune in for encore broadcasts of “A Christmas Carol” performed by
WRSU’s Atomic Radio Workshop.
Friday, December 23rd at 1 pm and midnight (following “Overnight Sensations”)
Saturday, December 24th – Christmas Eve at 3 pm and 11 pm
Sunday, December 25th – Christmas Day at 4 am


Atomic Radio Theater Presents: Quantum X

Tune in to 88.7 WRSU FM for Atomic Radio Theater’s presentation of the first episode of their Sci-Fi show “Quantum X”, Sunday October 9th at 8PM!

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