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Delaney Mclemore on the WMUL summer staff trip to Kings Island, her first amusement park visit ever

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Delaney McLemore

Production Director

Other positions: I’m co-alternative producer for the music department, I have an awesome show on Saturdays, I play around with Promotions, and am kind of a general lackey.
Hometown: Philomath, Oregon
Major: Radio and Television Production Management
Minor: Women’s Studies, Spanish, and Being Awesome
Career goals: I either want to be a women’s studies professor specializing in Women’s Roles in the Media, or I want to be Rachel Maddow, my ultimate hero
WMUL tenure began: Fall 2008

The Less Serious List

Favorite Movies: Shopgirl, Brick, P.S. I Love You, Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle, A Streetcar Named Desire, American Beauty, but most of all, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Favorite Songs of All Time: Me and Bobby McGee by Janis Joplin, On the Radio by Regina Spektor, Helena by Nickel Creek, Wonderwall by Ryan Adams, A Lack of Color and Title and Registration by Death Cab for Cutie, Embraceable You by Frank Sinatra

In My Own Words

I started out at WMUL during my freshmen fall term. At that point in time I was just a silly freshmen who wanted to play music with cool people. As I progressed through my first term of school, I had a really hard time assimilating to West Virginia, and really hadn’t found my knitch. I decided to start putting in a little bit more effort at WMUL, and started working for the music department, clearing more cds in a few weeks than the staff had cleared in the first term.

As I started to get to know a few more people at the station, and started doing the weather each Friday on the News broadcast, I realized that this was that place that I was looking for. I wanted more than anything to get to be around these amazing people, to get to challenge myself every day, and most of all, feel like I belonged to a really great group of students who were creating quality products every day. I feel very lucky to get to be around the students who run WMUL, and am so glad I took a chance and invested myself last year.