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Congratulations to everyone graduating today, especially our own Danielle D'Arceneaux, Annie Potts, and Sharita [more]
Congratulations to everyone hired and good luck next semester! Executive Directors Mike Maxwell - Chief Engineer Chris Crow [more]
Back in January, whilst aimlessly scrolling through Facebook and YouTube, I came across a music [more]
Hello everyone! Our Programming Director, Kyle Fisher, has agreed to participate in No Shave November to help out the Boys & Girls Club of Carbondale! We are accepting donations at WIDB through the entire month and our goal is to reach $150! Stop by the station to donate any spare cash or change you might have, it’s going to a great organization!
Here is our WIDB News Break for October 6, 2011. We had some technical difficulties on the original broadcast, but we’ve figured those things out and here is a cleaned up version. We discuss the happenings of the Student Informational meeting held by the unions last night, and some upcoming protests. WIDB News Break 10-6-11
Today marked the first of hopefully many news segments done by John Giannerini and Kyle Fisher. We recapped the potential of a faculty strike on campus and discussed the impact that it could have on students. Be sure to check out the Revolution every day at 4 p.m., and the Remedy every day at 5 p.m., as well as right here on WIDB.net for our daily podcast, which can be found right here —> WIDB News 10-3-11
As many of you know, there have been many recent happenings around campus in regards to the possibility of a strike. In the past week, 75 percent of the eligible Association of Civil Service Employees voted 80 percent in favor of the strike authorization on Tuesday. On Wednesday, 88 percent of the eligible Faculty Association voted 92 percent in favor of the strike authorization. Non-Tenure Track faculty will be voting by mail until October 5th.
On Friday, the 88 percent of the Graduate Assistants United eligible to vote turned out and voted 97 percent in favor of the strike authorization… Continue reading