Vanderbilt’s student-run radio station WRVU 91.1 FM is in danger of permanently going off the air. The VSC, the board that claims ownership of WRVU has recently reached an agreement with WPLN, Nashville NPR affiliate, to sell the station’s broadcasting license. This sale would mean the loss of Nashville’s only major college radio station. Explore this site to learn more to get WRVU on the air!
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Monthly Archives: January 2011
The following is the extremely rarefied group of 17 Colleges and Universities that are at or above Vanderbilt University in the 2011 U.S. New and World Report yearly college rankings: Harvard University, Princeton University, Yale University, Columbia University, Stanford University, … Continue reading
WRVU Sold; VSC feeds on its musical corpse October 2, 2010 by Jim Gillin WRVU 91.1fm, Vanderbilt’s college radio station, was sold Sunday by Vanderbilt Student Communications (VSC) to raise money for the rest of student communications at Vandy. The … Continue reading
TODAY, January 12th: January 12th is the first day of the semester. From this point on, anything goes. The DJs have asked that we help them begin the semester with a strong statement of support. All fans of WRVU are … Continue reading