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CJSW making a splash with 2018 funding drive

By Thomas Johnson, October 18 2018 — This Friday, CJSW 90.9 FM is kicking off its annual funding drive, looking to the local community to support its on-campus broadcasting. Between Oct. 19–26, the station will be looking for pledges as they try to reach their goal of $200,000, which will be put to use to improve…

CJSW listeners keep community radio strong during Funding Drive

By Scott Christensen, October 30 2017 — Broadcasting out of MacEwan Hall, CJSW 90.9 F.M. is Calgary’s only campus and community radio station. On Oct. 20, it kicked-off its annual Funding Drive. With only seven paid staff members at the station, CJSW relies on Funding Drive and the volunteer efforts of over 300 people to operate. “We…

CJSW welcomes Adam Kamis as new station manager

By Jason Herring, July 21 2017 —  Calgary’s favourite community radio station, CJSW 90.9 FM, has found itself a new station manager. Long-time CJSW volunteer and Calgary music scene mainstay Adam Kamis will take over as the station’s head honcho on July 31. CJSW’s station manager is responsible for supervising staff and volunteers, overseeing day-to-day operations…

CJSW presents Standing Rock Pt. 2

By Rachel Woodward, March 7 2017—   As part of a new six-part podcast, CJSW 90.9 FM will air Standing Rock Pt. 2, which documents a trip that CJSW’s Curtis Lefthand and a few others took to the Standing Rock Sioux Reserve in North Dakota on Dec. 27, 2016. The podcast aims to capture the…

The Gauntlet Radio: July 2016 edition

This month on Gauntlet radio: We chat about the Sunshine List and the new Carl’s Jr. on campus, while Scott Strasser interviews the University of Calgary’s new mental health strategy director and Emilie Medland-Marchen talks to the Dinos Women’s Hockey assistant coach.

The Gauntlet Radio, February 2016 edition

This month on Gauntlet Radio: Fabian Mayer talks to members of campus conservative groups about Alberta’s “Unite the Right” movement, Jarrett Edmund talks to the director of Calgary’s Folk Music Festival about their new winter festival, and Fabian, Sonny Sachdeva, and Chris Adams talk about diversity in sports.

The Gauntlet Radio Show, August 2015

This month, Chris Adams discusses his feature on the way climate change is taught in university, Jason Herring reviews some of the last month’s best albums, and Sonny Sachdeva and Eric Licis discuss the Canadian junior men’s hockey team.

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