Despite challenges the COVID-19 pandemic poses, the University’s radio station intends to carry on. KWUR’s programming will feature remote broadcasts and the potential for live-streamed events this fall.
With the shutdown of campus due to coronavirus, Washington University student groups have had to cancel programming and figure out how to move forward with their organizations in an off campus capacity.
Student bands Rob Apollo and Doug Addicts will be playing at Blueberry Hill this Saturday, March 30.
For the last 27 years, KWUR has tried to reflect the diverse musical interests of the Wash. U. campus community.
In denying funding for KWUR Week, Treasury is effectively denying our ability to uphold one of the events that makes Wash. U. so special.
Chiller Whale is hoping to take another step outside of performing to begin the recording process in the spring.
KWUR, Washington University’s independent radio station, kicked off its annual Hustle Week fundraising event this past Monday, featuring events including a DJ showcase, performances by local bands and an all-night broadcast.
Tucker, Rusinek, Murphy and Conroy have been on the road together since the beginning of October and will be heading to perform in their hometown of Portland, Ore. next. They also have a plan to finish another record sometime next year.
Indie singer-songwriter Laura Stevenson gave an energizing and vulnerable performance to 80 Washington University students at the Gargoyle Sunday night.
Still fairly new to the scene, having only formed at the beginning of last semester, the Snapchettes’ high energy and kitschy music has only just begun to grace KWUR parties and various other venues around St. Louis.
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