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Student-run WSOU-FM Stays On air

Topic: Community-Focused Initiatives
Posted on 2/16/2016

Seton Hall University’s WSOU-FM stayed live on air while the university was closed. Students worked in shifts to provide news, weather and traffic updates. "Experiences like these help prepare students for their careers and demonstrate that student-run college radio stations can be vital souces of information for the communities they serve," said General Manager Mark Maben.

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