Our New Website
Welcome to the new wasuradio.com! We decided it was time to refresh things and catch up with the times by completely revamping our website.
- New web player. Click the “Listen Live” button on the sidebar and you’ll be able to listen to our broadcast with our new web player. Click on any song for artist information and other trivia. The new player even works on mobile, so Android users can now listen along wherever they are.
- Up to date news, sports, and other information. Every weekday we’ll be bringing you local and national news and sports. Keep an eye out for fresh content every day.
- Other special content, like artist interviews.
- Thursday, October 16th: First day of Fall break!
We made into College Magazine’s list of top 16 college radio stations! Check out the list below to see the others!!!
This week, we sat down with Clarke Allen, CEO of Clarke Allen Events and author of the upcoming book The Inevitable Box: One Man’s Quest for Significance. In the interview, Clarke discussed his memorable journey to success.
WASU is interviewing King Tuff on October 15th about his latest album Black Moon Spell. To submit fan questions, head over to our fan page on Facebook, and enter a comment under the King Tuff interview announcement.
This week I had the privilege of sitting down with Student Body President, Carson Rich and Director of Government and External Affairs Tommy Mattocks. We discussed SGA and their most recent event, Coffee with Congress as a part of the Congress to Campus event taking place October 6th and 7th.
Missed last night’s show? We’ve got you covered! Last night featured NLDS and ALDS previews, a look at tomorrow’s App State- South Alabama Sun Belt match up, and an interview with volleyball coach Matt Ginipro!
We caught up with the band KONGOS right before they performed with Kings of Leon in Charlotte, NC. Here’s the audio from the interview.
This week I was able to sit down with two very important students here at Appalachian State. Joe Wrenn helped to lead efforts in getting students to sign a petition to Ban the MSM blood ban at the Annual Homecoming Blood Drive. Michael Grimes was a lead organizer for the recent A Capella benefit concert, Chords for Cora, that raised over six thousand dollars. This week, we explore what it takes to be a student with drive here at Appalachian State University.