Interested in improving your communication skills?
Passionate about expressing your love for music or sports?
Looking for something to be involved in and to help improve your resume?
The staff here at 91.5 FM WGLZ are currently looking to fill several positions for the upcoming spring 2018 semester roster.
Including the following: DJs, Sport Announcers, as well as station leadership roles.
For my more information please contact Communications Professor Jeff Pfister at [email protected]
Members from 91.5FM WGLZ represented the station at The marketplace here on campus during their steak dinner night on Tuesday November 7th 2017. Interacting with the student body in various ways such as playing country music matching the event theme of the evening,doing giveaways as well as talking to the students and having them answer trivia questions. Overall it was extremely successful and it got our name out there more as a on campus radio station and student run organization!
Photo of Sodexo employees before serving up some grub during the nights activities.
A Sodexo employee serving up some food .
WGLZ On-Air Personalities Interacting with fellow students through giveaways and trivia.
Congrats to student : Olivia Kilbane for winning our giveaway! Enjoy your prize!
Photo Credit: Elissabeth Parsons, Walker Polvika, Anita.
On Wednesday, November 8th, West Liberty University hosted it’s first annual flag-raising ceremony. This event was held to honor the Veterans that are here on campus. Many students and faculty members attended the event to honor our Veterans. After the event, WGLZ gave each of the Veterans on campus a gift to thank them for their service.
L to R: Travis Howe, Antonio Venskoske, Tiffany Grigsby, Nicholas Strope, Zac Budreau, and Jay Williams
For the second consecutive year, Walker Polivka raises money for local charity during WGLZ’s annual College Radio Day celebration.
“He’s only a second year announcer but he understands the power of the radio medium” says faculty advisor, Jeff Pfister. In 2016 Walker accepted the advisor’s suggestion to not only host a 24-hour marathon but to secure sponsors for the special program.
This year two local organizations, the Bellaire Eagles and the American Legion Post 52 will each split just over $2100.00 from Walker’s College Radio Day program sponsors.
Walker’s program raised $1650.00 for charity in 2016.