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Saving College Radio Symposium Highlights Importance of Archiving Radio History

On Friday I spent an amazing day at University of Maryland, College Park for the Saving College Radio Symposium. Hosted by the University of Maryland Libraries’ Special Collections, the symposium was held in conjunction with the exhibit Saving College Radio: WMUC – Past, Present and Future. Throughout the day, archivists, scholars, and college radio participants […]

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Writing on the wall at Radio De Paul (Photo: J. Waits)

Beloit Mindset List Claims First-Year College Students Have “No Use for Radio At All”

Mainstream news outlets were abuzz today with kernels of wisdom about young people after Beloit College released its annual Mindset List. Meant to give a portrait of this year’s incoming college students, the exhaustive list of 75 tidbits describes what the world is like for “this generation of entering college students, born in 1994.” Technology […]

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Radio Obsessive Profile #8: Beloit College Radio Historian Dave De Anguera

Radio Obsessive Profile #8: Beloit College Radio Historian Dave De Anguera

The early history of college radio has not been documented sufficiently and much of it is sequestered away in the archives of colleges and universities. Last year I was thrilled to see Hugh Slotten’s book, Radio’s Hidden Voice: The Origins of Public Broadcasting in the United States, as it is one of the first publications […]

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