WUEC 89.7 FM PROGRAMMING FOR APRIL 13
EAU CLAIRE, Wis., April 6–– Blugold Radio airs this Sunday with a focus on UW-Eau Claire Greek Life and the new campus play.
In the first hour for Blugold Radio, Jessica Sharpee will be focusing on UW-Eau Claire’s sorority Alpha Xi Delta’s upcoming 9th Annual Teeter-Totter-A-Thon Challenge. The event is set to take place outside of the Davies Service Center from April 16th to the 17th and will raise awareness and funds for Autism Speaks.
While Chi Ab Vang will cover the 17th Annual Ann Devroy Memorial Forum which is set to take place on April 17th at 7 P.M. in the Schofield Auditorium on the UW-Eau Claire Campus. The featured speaker will be Al Kamen, a reporter on the national news staff of The Washington Post, and “In the Loop” columnist.
During the second hour of Blugold Radio (Sundays 5-8 pm), Raina Beutel will be talking to UWEC students about springtime for her segment “Raina at Large.” She will be asking them, “What do you like to do for fun in Eau Claire in the springtime?”
Rachel Minske will be interviewing Aaron Irber, a senior Ecology major at UWEC who was just approved a $2,300 grant to study butterflies this summer with a UWEC professor in Idaho.
And for “Bridging the Gap,” Breana Lyga will be speaking with the general manager of Acoustic Cafe of Eau Claire’s popular Acoustic Cafe located at 505 South Barstow. The local eatery is a great place to get delicious sandwiches, drinks, and live entertainment every weekend, as well as freshly brewed coffee on a daily basis. They even have their own homemade selection of desserts and ice cream.
Hour three will include an entertainment segment by Kelsie McMahon who will be interviewing UWEC Professor F. Reed Brown, the Assistant Producer of Arts as well as the writer and director for the new upcoming play on campus, Skyline. The play will be put on at the Riverside Theatre in the Haas Fine Art Center from April 17th to the 19th and the 23rd to the 26th at 7:30 P.M., as well as one last show on the 27th at 1:30 P.M.
Chelsea Emory will be playing music for her segment from Ireland and Blugaria. And for “Campus Matters” Raina Beutel will be doing a segment called “Rate Your Renter.”
During every hour, Tyler Henderson will be giving the latest updates on local sports. While Leah Engebretson will be playing old classic rock music from awesome acts like Led Zeppelin.
And for Blugold Radio News, Glen Olson will be doing a story on what is next now for the Confluence Project now that the vote has been settled. He will speaking with two separate groups: “Voters with Facts” and “Voices for Growth.” He will talking with them about what their next step is going to be.
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/.