Local singer-songwriter Samantha Haas (HAAS) joined WGMU’s Jackie Reed in the on-air studio on Friday, December 8. From Manassas, Virginia, she’s done covers from WALK THE MOON, Harry Styles, and Lukas Graham, all while creating her own music too. Her rock and pop-alternative covers are inspired by artists like Fleetwood Mac, PVRIS, and Paramore. Haas … Continue reading Lit&Local with Samantha Haas (HAAS)
Australian electropop band Cut Copy stopped by 9:30 Club on Wednesday, November 29. Their show was beautifully constructed; it featured a mixed bag of old and new synth tracks, an elaborate light setup, and a fan base that has clearly developed over the years. Coming from an ill-informed music enthusiast and "blind" ear, Cut Copy … Continue reading Cut Copy At 9:30 Club
FAIRFAX, VA | November 29, 2017 The GMU Parents Fund is a program where families can give contributions toward programs within student offices and campus services. Donations are collected and allocated across an array of strategic initiatives, like The Preamble, GMU Patriot Pantry, Mason Reads, and Social Action and Integrative Learning (SAIL)’s Alternative Break (AB). … Continue reading GMU Parents Fund Grants AB Participants Affordable Spring Break Excursions
On Saturday, November 18, Bleachers led a sold-out show at 9:30 Club - one of the last stops of the raved Gone Now tour. Bleachers, fronted by New-Jersey based singer-songwriter Jack Antonoff, did little to disappoint. His cheerful tracklist and awkwardly infectious song breaks made for an honest and appealing concert. The Fun. guitarist and … Continue reading Bleachers At 9:30 Club
FAIRFAX,VA | November 17, 2017 George Mason University hosted the Freedom & Learning Forum on Wednesday, November 15. It was a conversation between faculty and students that identified the current climate of speech freedoms and campus safety. President Ángel Cabrera opened up the forum, explaining how easy it is to congregate in “echo-chambers” - personal … Continue reading Interactive Panelists Discuss Campus Discourse At Freedom & Learning Forum
On this week’s episode of The Megaphone Podcast, WGMU’s Jackie Reed interviews Igor Stojanov, host of The Megaphone Podcast and visiting journalist from Macedonia, reflecting on his experience as a media fellow with the Office of Student Media. Listen here: Feature Photo By (David Carroll/Office of Student Media). Originally published on http://wgmuradio.com/.