It was a good Homecoming Day for all the JCU faithful in attendance last Saturday as the Blue Streaks shut out Capital 44-0 to improve to 4-1 on the season. The win propelled John Carroll into the top 10 of D3football.com‘s national poll this week. Now, the No. 10 ranked Blue Streaks hit the road […]
Australian Indie singer and song-writer Jordie Lane stopped by the WJCU studio with producer and fellow song-writer Clare Reynolds to discuss Jordie’s new album Grassellland, touring, how life in Australia compares to America and more. The duo also performed two live songs live, including an acoustic version of one of the Album’s feature track’s […]
Canadian Indie Rock Band, the Born Ruffians stopped by in studio to talk about their tour and serenade you with some new tunes. You can also check out the interview in video form over on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wjcu887/videos/10155527291377972/
On the Air
Insomnia SpinsAbby and Kelly take the airwaves to play some jams and solve the world's problems, one Seinfield-esque discussion at a time. Become a trio with these two friends as they chat, laugh, and share their lukewarm takes to start your week off with some amusing geniality.
Indie Heat of Da NiteIt's ba-a-ack! Indie Heat of the Night returns, late nights on WJCU. Playing you the very best in indie rock, indie pop, dance punk, post-punk, synth pop, lo-fi, emo, and alternative. Tune in every night from 2am to 6am for an edgy way to start--or end--your day.
Heights Libraries Tech Expert Ann MacNamara describes the new digital collections available for free through the library’s website.
Adult Services Associate L.P. Coladangelo tells us about Heights Libraries’ upcoming book discussions and adult programs centered on the experiences of refugees around the world.
WJCU is a noncommercial FM broadcast station owned and operated by John Carroll University. With both studio and transmitter facilities located on the JCU campus in University Heights, Ohio, WJCU operates on a non-stop schedule with an effective radiated power of 2500 watts at 88.7 MHz. Read More...