Like the college music scene? Then come to a WMSR New Music Committee (NMC) meeting to review music for our station! Each week, WMSR gets dozens of new albums from promoters who want us to play their music. The NMC is responsible for listening to and reviewing this music so we know what to put on the air! At the weekly NMC meetings, the Music Directors will hand out music to everyone to take home and review. YOU help decide what music we play! Drop in to one of the NMC meetings, every Tuesday at 8:00pm in our office, Williams 221. Or, come ...
Tune in to WMSR this Saturday to hear Miami take on Minnesota State in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey tournament. The ‘Hawks lost to Michigan in the CCHA semifinal last weekend, but have a chance to redeem themselves as they vie for their third Frozen Four appearance out of the past five years. The puck drops at 5:00pm in Toledo, but tune in early to catch the pregame show! If Miami wins Saturday, they’ll advance to play the winner of the Notre Dame-St. Cloud State game on Sunday at 4:00pm. We’ll have that broadcast as well! Go RedHawks!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 20, 2013
OXFORD – WMSR – Miami Student Radio last night hosted the first ever Student Body President Debate and Candidate Forum on redhawkradio.com. After a lengthy deliberation, our editorial team has come to the decision to endorse the Forrest McGuire and Lot Kwarteng ticket.
We believe that McGuire and Kwarteng not only have the needed qualifications to lead a student body as large and diverse as Miami’s but that they also have the requisite connections and most importantly a sound policy identity.
McGuire is currently serving as Associated Student Government’s Chief of Staff under current President John Stefanski. WMSR understands the transition period is usually lengthy, and we saw the potential in “hitting the ground running” under McGuire as he is currently in such an integrated position of ASG.
Kwarteng is currently serving as one of Miami University’s Student Trustees, a position appointed by Ohio Governor John Kasich. Kwarteng has not only positioned himself well administratively but we believe he holds the ear of President David Hodge, something vital for a high ranking student government official.
WMSR strongly endorses the position of continued Medical Amnesty and we believe that McGuire (the author of the current bill) and Kwarteng have what it takes to get things done.
We originally were wary that both McGuire and Kwarteng are members of the Greek community, but we understand and appreciate the organized power of such a body. We believe that McGuire and Kwarteng will continue to hear the voices of a large variety of students and not exclusively from the Greek community.
WMSR also very much appreciates all of the hard work from the other candidate slates, and we hope that McGuire and Kwarteng will integrate those ideas well into their administration.
The Miami RedHawks have advanced to the last-ever CCHA semifinals this weekend! WMSR will follow the team up to Detroit as they play versus Michigan on Saturday at 4:35pm at Joe Louis Arena. If the ‘Hawks win, they’ll play in Sunday’s CCHA Championship game at 2:05. All the coverage is right here on redhawkradio.com!
Update 3/21: Vote for Austin Czarnik for the Hobey Baker Award here!