WESU Radio Hosts Annual Community Record Fair

WESU 88.1 FM hosted its annual Fall Record Fair Oct. 18 in Beckham Hall.

WESU 88.1 FM hosted its annual Fall Community Record Fair Oct. 18 in Beckham Hall.

Dozens of vendors from across the Northeast sold vinyl, CDs, posters, t-shirts and other items.

Dozens of vendors from across the Northeast sold vinyl, CDs, posters, t-shirts and other items.

At right, Ryan Heffernan '16, loads up on some music purchases.

At right, Ryan Heffernan ’16, loads up on some music purchases.

WESU DJs provided music during the day-long sale.

WESU DJs provided music during the day-long sale.

WESU is one of the oldest noncommercial radio stations in the United States. WESU offers a diverse mix of news and public affairs from NPR, Pacifica, and independent and local media sources. On weeknights and weekends, WESU student and community volunteer broadcasters provide a freeform mix of creative music programming. The station currently broadcasts at the frequency of 88.1 FM from its 6,000-watt transmitter atop Exley Science Center. 

WESU is one of the oldest noncommercial radio stations in the United States. WESU offers a diverse mix of news and public affairs from NPR, Pacifica, and independent and local media sources. On weeknights and weekends, WESU student and community volunteer broadcasters provide a freeform mix of creative music programming. The station currently broadcasts at the frequency of 88.1 FM from its 6,000-watt transmitter atop Exley Science Center. (Photos by Hannah Norman ’16)

For more information on WESU 88.1 FM, visit www.wesufm.org.