The entire team at WJCU thanks you for your support during Radiothon 2024. With your help, we were able to raise over $70,000! The money raised will help ensure that the award-winning commercial-free content you love will remain on WJCU for years to come.
WJCU’s annual Radiothon fundraiser begins on Friday, February 9. It’s the one time of year when we come to you and ask for your support to keep award-winning local, independent, commercial-free college radio on the air. We rely on you to help us Keep WJCU Alive for Another 55!
To celebrate WJCU’s 55th anniversary, the station is launching the WJCU Hall of Fame to honor station members and alumni who have made outstanding contributions to WJCU and/or a communications career field. All station alumni and listeners are welcome to nominate someone they think should be a part of the inaugural class!
John Carroll University announced Thursday that it would be leaving the Ohio Athletic Conference to join the North Coast Athletic Conference in 2025.
WJCU’s traditional Christmas radio plays return starting Christmas Eve!
December 1st, 2023 marked the much-awaited return of WJCU 88.7 FM’s ‘Blizzard Bash’ to the Cleveland area at the Beachland Tavern. The highly anticipated charity concert, after a four-year hiatus, brought together music lovers and local supporters of The Hunger Network for an unforgettable evening.
December 1st, 2023 at 7 PM will see the return of WJCU’s Blizzard Bash to the Beachland Tavern!. This charity concert returns in person after a 4-year hiatus. All proceeds from this year’s Blizzard Bash benefit Cuyahoga County’s largest emergency food provider, the Hunger Network.
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.