It isn’t hard, we promise. Being a DJ for KOUG doesn’t require much of a time commitment, just about an hour a week plus prep time. It’s a fun, easy way to get involved on campus for someone with a busier schedule. We’ll train you until you feel comfortable to take the reins on your own, and our fantastic staff is always happy to answer your questions.
Each week we will leap into a new idea or genre. From electronic to motown to rock operas, everything is fair game. Our focus will be whatever has made me the most excited during the week. Tune in every Tuesday at 1 PM to hear DJ Anthony’s weekly mix and maybe feel a little froggy. Find the Facebook page here.
By John Consiglio Moments that change history, are not often created by the actions of many, but by the voices of few. During the 1960s, the United States found itself divided; many artists wrote and protested over the issues of social and racial inequality, poverty, politics, and war. Among these artists, one man rose to shake the foundation of society, and give a voice to the voiceless. Bob Dylan’s 1964 album The Times They Are a-Changin’ marks his third studio album, and the first one to...
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