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WOLFSTOCK 2014 on WUSB

Tune in at 5:45 PM on Saturday, September 27 as the Seawolves host William & Mary at Lavalle Stadium. Veteran WUSB Broadcaster and #Seawolves alum Jeffrey Bernstein '92 will handle the Play-By-Play duties, along with newcomer Joe Soccoa as our analyst

Steve Pikiell, head coach of the Stony Brook Seawolves men's basketball team, will be joining the broadcast during halftime.

Dialogos Radio Presents: An Interview with Henry A. Giroux

On Thursday September 25th, Dialogos Radio and the Dialogos Interview Series are excited to present an interview with world-renowned scholar and author Henry A. Giroux, Chair for Scholarship in the Public Interest at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario and founder of the “Public Intellectuals Project.” The author of several books, including recent titles such as “Education and the Crisis of Public Values,” “Youth in Revolt: Reclaiming a Democratic Future,” and “Neoliberalism’s War Against Higher Education,” Giroux has made countless appearances on television, radio, in the press, and in public all across the world. Tune into WUSB on Thursday at 1:30pm!

Watch LIVE: 2014 State of the University address

The annual State of the University address took place at 1:00 PM on Wednesday, September 16.

Watch video of it on  Stony Brook University's YouTube channel.

Stony Brooklyn Presents: A GREAT BIG PILE OF LEAVES + HARVEY EYEBALLS

FREE show in the University Cafe' this Friday, September 5, by GSO Productions. Doors open at 8:00 PM, must be 21+. Both performances will be broadcast live on WUSB!
 

THURSDAY NIGHT LIGHTS AT STONY BROOK ON WUSB

Tune in at 6:45 p.m, on Thursday 8/28, as the #Seawolves host Bryant - LIVE ON WUSB!

Veteran WUSB Broadcaster and #Seawolves alum Jeffrey Bernstein '92 will handle the Play-By-Play duties, along with newcomer Joe Soccoa as our analyst

Full football schedule and more information can be found at www.wusb.fm/sports

Bradstock XXI: LIVE on WUSB 90.1 FM, Aug 31.

It's back! Bradstock returns for its 21st anniversary during Labor Day weekend. WUSB will be broadcasting the 2nd day on August 31 from 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM. For directions, band lineups and vendor information, please visit bradstock.org

WUSB at Big 10 Lot Fair - Sat. Aug 9 and Sun. Aug 10

This weekend, WUSB supporter the LI Market Fair will be having its Grand Reopening of the Big 10 Lot Fair at MacArthur Airport! They are taking donations of Food for Long Island Harvest, holding a pet adoption for Brookhaven Shelter, raising money for pancreatic cancer research, having an art show, and there will be kids games and bounce house. Stop on by....

SUMMER STAFF MEETINGS

The Summer Full Staff meetings will be held in the Union Building
in a room TBA at a later time:

Saturday July 19th 2014 12:30pm-2pm

and

Monday July 21st 2014 7:30pm-9:30pm

- Important information will be shared at these meetings, so please attend one of them.

- This meeting is open to the public,

PROCOL HARUM SPECIAL

Tune in on Saturday morning, July 12th at 9 am for “Beyond the Pale – The Music of Procol Harum”. The show will feature a brand new interview with Gary Brooker of Procol Harum as he spoke recently with WUSB’s Bob Duffy. And be sure to listen for your chance to win tickets to see Procol Harum live in concert at The Space at Westbury on Saturday night. That’s “Beyond the Pale – The Music of Procol Harum”, Saturday July 12th starting at 9 am at 90.1 FM and www.wusb.fm”.

WUSB 21st Annual Reggae Marathon

Summer's here and the time is right, for three straight days of reggae music on WUSB!  The Reggae Marathon will feature The No Sound Test crew, DJ Lister, DJ Tony Stir and a whole slew of guests and special hosts as they play for you everything and anything Reggae for 3 whole days. This year's Reggae Marathon will be celebrating its 20th anniversary so there will be tons of surprise guests and performances.

Tune in Thursday July 3rd at 10pm to "No Sound Test" for the start of the marathon and stay put (or dance your ass off) until Sunday July 6th 11:59PM.