WUEC 89.7 FM PROGRAMMING FOR FEBRUARY
EAU CLAIRE, Wis., Feb. 4–– Blugold Radio is back this Sunday with Valentine’s Day themed interviews and dedications.
In the first hour Jessica Sharpee will be talking to Eau Claire’s organization AIESEC. AIESEC is an international not-for-profit organization that provides Eau Claire students and many more with leadership training and internship opportunities at for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.
Chi Ab Vang will be continuing her new segment focusing on Eau Claire’s Confluence Project. In addition to her weekly update she is going to be focusing on and discussing the surrounding land and considering what is going to happen in terms of whether or not the land property taxes are going to increase.
During the second hour of Blugold Radio (Sundays 5-8 pm), Raina Beutel will ask UW-Eau Claire students how they are going to be spending their Valentine’s Day during her Raina at Large Segment.
Rachel Minske will be sitting down with Greg Nelson and Heather Spray to discuss Eau Claire’s water pollution and ground depletion.
Breana Lyga will be continuing to shine a spotlight on the community of Eau Claire with a lovely romantic twist by interviewing a florist at Four Season’s Flowers for the upcoming Valentine’s Day.
Hour three will include a focus by Kelsie McMahon on Eau Claire’s upcoming Ice Fishing Contest.
Chelsea Emory will feature a segment on foreign music from different countries. She will be noting who wrote and/or composed the music and what kind of music it is as well as its significance to countries in the world.
During every hour, Tyler Henderson will be giving the latest updates on local sports as well as the Superbowl and Olympics. While Leah Engebretson will pick and play special Valentine’s Day love song dedications that have been submitted to Blugold Radio by UWEC students.
Blugold Radio News will include a report by Glen Olson on the current protest over the Keystone pipeline taking place in Eau Claire, while Zhen Wei Yap will be focusing on the International Fellows Program that is receiving a national award.
WUEC student programming is broadcast from Hibbard Humanities Hall on the UW-Eau Claire campus Sunday nights from 5 to 8 pm on 89.7 FM. For more information on Blugold Radio, please visit https://wuec.org/ and http://wpr.org/.