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WMUL-FM launched its new website on Monday afternoon, after several months of development. The change, which makes the station's site part of Marshall University's WordPress system, has given the site a fresh look after having roughly the same layout since 2008. In addition to the new look on the outside, moving to a WordPress-based website has streamlined the process of updating the site.
Homecoming week 2015 may be over 2 months away, but WMUL-FM is already making preparations for this year's Car Bash, which will take place on Thursday, October 22 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Buskirk Field.
The beginning of the fall semester is right around the corner, and that means that it is time for activities around WMUL-FM to get back into full swing. That can't happen without a group of dedicated and hard-working volunteers.
To find those volunteers, WMUL-FM will be present during Week of Welcome, August 18-22, hoping to show incoming freshmen the benefits of being involved in college radio. In addition to Week of Welcome, WMUL-FM hopes to visit over 100 classes across many colleges on campus, with the hope of finding a diverse group of volunteers who can bring their own unique talents and abilities into the Communications Building.
On Friday Oct. 2nd WMUL will go bigger, and better with it's College Radio Day celebration by hosting a night of local music at Huntington's V Club. The theme of the international event is "Your Authentic Guide To The Next Generation Of Music," and will feature performances by Charleston's Qiet (who have previously been on a College Radio Day CD compilation), Huntington's Of The Dell, and Charleston's Letters, in an eclectic night of music to represent the diverse West Virginia scene.
WMUL-FM spent a week in White Sulphur Springs, WV covering the PGA Tour's Greenbrier Classic. Below is an article by Paul Sebert for The Herald-Dispatch about the station's coverage of the tournament.
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