15 years ago, the song “Don’t Trust Me” by 3OH!3 introduced phrases like “I’m a vegetarian and I ain’t f***ing scared of him” and “Do the Helen Keller and talk with your hips” into the popular vernacular. Last weekend, the electronic music duo rolled onto the John Carroll campus to headline the annual Welcome Back Concert. They talked with Lake and Grace Power Hour’s Laken Kincaid about their musical influences and how they came up with the lyrics to their biggest hit.
WJCU is nominated for Best College Radio Station and Best Radio Station in Cleveland Scene‘s Best of Cleveland Awards. Now we need your votes to help us win!
As announced live last night on WJCU 88.7 FM & on corresponding social media accounts earlier today, August 8th, 2023 will be proclaimed ‘808 Day’ in the city of University Heights by Mayor Michael Dylan Brennan.
Jose “Metal Ambassador” Mangin from SiriusXM’s Octane and Liquid Metal sat down with the crew from Old Rock vs. New Rock to talk about his love for metal, his Headbang …
WJCU is teaming up with the City of University Heights to present the University Heights Summer Concert Series! Every Thursday night at 7:00 PM from June 15 through August 17, join us at Walter Stinson Community Park for a free concert and a chance to meet some of your favorite WJCU personalities.
The crew from Old Rock vs. New Rock sat down with Jonathan Young, who just released a new single featuring Lauren Babic and RichaadEB called “God of Greed.”
Former WJCU Sports Director Logan Potosky ’23 was named to the Honorable Mention list of the Sportscasters Talent Agency of America’s All-America Program. The program, which announced its list of All-Americans on Friday, recognizes the top student sportscasters from across the country.
Joe and DJ Gums from Old Rock vs. New Rock sat down with Dorothy ahead of their performance Friday at the Sonic Temple Art & Music Festival at Historic Crew Stadium in Columbus. Check out their interview here!
WJCU is dusting off the stacks of wax and playing more than 30 hours of music from vinyl records this weekend as we celebrate Vinylthon 2023.
WJCU will Turn Back the Clock on Tuesday when we broadcast from our original clock tower facility for the first time in over 35 years. Bob Lewis, who helped launch what was then WABU while he was a student at John Carroll, welcomed WJCU Promotions/Events Director Zachary Sinutko to his show on WNIR 100 FM in Akron to talk about the event and the long, proud history of WJCU.