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Founded in 1960, this was the Boston University's student-run radio station, WTBU 's website from approximately 2013-2015.
The current website for WTBU News is www.bu.edu/com/wtbu-radio/ where there is this message on the home page: Hello listeners! We will be up and running this fall (2016) in our groovy new temp studio in b-30. Or check out the WTBU News Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pg/WTBUNews/.
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2016 POSTS: ARTS, LOCAL
BUS FAVORITE POEM PROJECT READING
MARCH 1, 2016
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Boston University hosted the Favorite Poem Project Reading, created by 39th US Poet Laureate and BU professor Robert Pinsky, at Hillel on 24 February. Fifteen readers gathered and presented poems of their choosing to a room full of excited listeners.
BU BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION CARNIVAL
FEBRUARY 26, 2016
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The BU Brazilian Association challenged the snow and organized its first carnival at BU on Feb. 5th with Batucada players, Samba dancers and of course amazing Brazilian food coxinha, paō de queijo, brigadeiros The best therapy against cold and sullenness!
INTERVIEW WITH PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE VERMIN SUPREME
FEBRUARY 25, 2016
Vermin Love Supreme has been running for president since the 1990s. Identifiable by his bushy white beard and unusual clothingmultiple ties and a giant boot he wears as a hatMr. Supreme makes it a point to visit his competitors rallies. On the night of the New Hampshire primary, he attended Bernie Sanders victory rally at Concord High School in Concord, NH. WTBUs Miranda Suarez spoke to him about campaign hospitality and his ideological similarities to Sanders.
COFFEE & CONVERSATION: THE ISSUES FROM A BU PERSPECTIVE
FEBRUARY 24, 2016
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Every Friday from 3 to 5 PM in the Howard Thurman Center, BU students and faculty gather to drink free coffee and discuss the worlds most pressing issues. From race on college campuses to global terror, Coffee & Conversation offers students an open forum to express their views in an age when students across the country are struggling to get their voices heard. WTBUs Miranda Suarez listened in on last Fridays conversation about the Paris terror attacks and talked to Pedro Falci, Coffee & Conversations administrator and facilitator, to find out what makes Coffee & Conversation so appealing to students.
FLAT WAFFLE OFFERS STAGE FOR YOUNG COMEDIANS
FEBRUARY 23, 2016
Every other Monday, student comics and comedy lovers gather in the basement of the GSU for a night of stand-up. The Flat Waffle Comedy Hour (named because one performer thought “falafel” was short for “flat waffle”) gives young comedians a chance to try out new material—or even to step onstage for the first time. WTBU’s Miranda Suarez attended Flat Waffle on October 5th to talk to the hosts and listen to some sets, trying to ascertain what makes the event so special.
DEADLINE TO FAME: BU STUDENTS FOUND METAL BAND REAVE
NOVEMBER 17, 2015
Being a band on campus here at Boston University is no easy task. With limited practice rooms, and a deadline of four years or less to get the bands name out in the music world, campuses bands face unique and interesting challenges. WTBU News reporter Kyle Davi sat down and talked with the co-founder of the metal band Reave, Jack Nystrom. Take a listen to what he had to say about his band and being a band on campus in general
Taylor Reports: Snow Paralyzes Buffalo, Keeps Rhodes Scholar from Interview
NOVEMBER 21, 2014 SPECIAL REPORT
In this weeks installment of Taylor Reports, WTBUs Taylor Walker speaks with Rhodes Scholar Finalist Bethany Saul via phone interview as she is trapped in her house, unable to make it to her final interview for the prestigious scholarship. Tune in below as Bethany speaks about the road to becoming a finalist and what will happen next in ....
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