Students enjoying the event.
On August 30, WGLZ participated in Blast from the Past 2018. Sponsored by the Office of Housing and Student Life, Counseling Services, and the Learning and Student Development Center, students created tye-dyed shirts, made s’mores, and played bingo while listening to the great jams of WGLZ. The event was very successful and students had a safe and fun night to go with it.
Students enjoying their new creations.
A WGLZ deejay enjoying th Village People.
WGLZ deejays enjoying the event.
On April 25, WGLZ participated in Vinylthon. Students played some of their favorite albums and took part along with hundreds of other stations across the nation in the yearly tradition. WGLZ plans to play vinyl for 24 consecutive hours for Vinylthon 2019.
On April 5th, WGLZ participated in the annual Health Fair. WGLZ played music for the event, interviewed several of the participants, and gave away several prizes. Congratulations to all of our winners.
WGLZ deejay Caleb Hedrick interviews Brandon Kaufman from the Victim Assistance Program in Hancock, Brooke, and Ohio Counties for battered women.
WGLZ will be airing a new specialty program through the month of April. Every Thursday night at 8:00, WGLZ will air the program Dead Air. Hosted by Cory Daniels, Dead Air is a nationally syndicated program highlighting the music of The Grateful Dead. Be sure to tune in each Thursday night for all those classic jams!
Aaron Jeffries and Caleb Hedrick manning the WGLZ table.
WGLZ trivia winner Lindsay Six.
On Tuesday, March 20, WGLZ had the opportunity to participate in the Chef’s Fare. Chefs from Alderson Broaddus University, Marshall University, and West Liberty University took part in the contest while WGLZ played music and did a trivia contest about the history of West Virginia. Congratulations to Marshall University for winning the Chef’s Fare with their chicken and dumplings and strawberry shortcake. Congratulations to Lindsay Six, winner of the trivia contest and a $25 gift certificate to Silver Chopsticks.
The winning Marshall University Chef.